A Pieced Furoshiki of Two Plaids: Machine Stitched

$60.00 USD

**reduced from $75.00**
mid twentieth century
40" x 40", 101.5 cm x 101.5 cm

This attractive square of pieced, machine loomed plaid cottons is a furoshiki or a traditional wrapping/carrying/hauling cloth.

The sixteen squares of two plaids in alternating patterns are machine stitched together. The furoshiki is backed in a commercially milled cotton, also machine stitched to this front piece.

The combination of plaids is handsome and well thought out. Note a small, turquoise green hand stitched detail to the top, left hand corner.

In good, used condition with a bit of stretching to the center of the cloth due to its use in carrying items in its former life. The furoshiki does not lay perfectly flat.