Day of the Dead Tapestry
Day Of The Dead Tapestry...Artwork by William Schaff...Versatile and Convenient - Designed as wall hanging art, our tapestries have many uses. In India, they are what locals use as bedcovers. People use them at home for tablecloths, bed-sheets, room dividers, curtains, couch and futon covers, window treatments, ceiling decor and to quickly cover large piles of dirty laundry…The corner loops make our tapestries the perfect multipurpose outdoor traveling companion. Secure your picnic sheet down at the park. At festivals, stake out an appropriate amount of space for your friends. Tie up a sunscreen at the campsite. Add some privacy to your car. Great at the beach as a windproof beach sheet or sun cover-up…Quality Construction - Our tapestries are printed, not quilted or woven. They are hippie Indian tapestries. Thin as sheet. Good, tight power loom construction with hemmed edges. Made from 100% cotton. Modern Artists, Old School Production - Sunshine Joy infuses modern art with traditional production. The attention to detail, while having a finger on the market pulse, sets our tapestries apart from others…Sunshine Joy tapestries are printed with a special soft fiber reactive dye. This is the same soft feeling of your favorite tie-dyed T-shirt. The printing process is unique to India. Each tapestry has its unique imperfections. In some cases what printers would call registration errors are intentionally included on the screen print to simulate hand woodblock prints…Tapestry measures approximately 5 feet by 7.5 feet (60 inches by 90 inches. 152 centimeters by 228 centimeters. 1.52 meters by 2.28 meters). This tapestry will fit a twin XL college dorm bed.