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ABOUT THIS LISTING
NOTE: Three strips left! Orders for more than one strip of this texture may arrive in two pieces. Please let me know if this would be a problem.
'Check-a-Doodle' is a very classy window pane, with tiny checks of dark umber, and burnt orange and russet stripes forming the window pane pattern. Other tiny flecks of many colors throughout. Slightly nubby texture and light medium weight, with slightly loose weave. There are some decorative threads that may make it a bit harder to tear, but it should not ravel too readily. The repeat runs every 2 1/4". Strips will run about 21" long X 3". Zoom view shows actual size of pattern.
Textures behave in a variety of ways, depending upon the weave, and of course there is much more variety in style and weave, compared to the hand dyed wool, which is all dyed over a 2/1 twill, a pretty consistent weave from bolt to bolt. Textures also shrink at dramatically different rates, which are hard to predict, so while I will always strive for a 3" X 18" strip, sometimes it will vary a bit in length -- may be 16 1/2" to 19", although 3" X !8" is the nominal size I am selling. All textures have been pre-fulled and are ready for use.
HAVE A QUESTION?
If you are here for the first time, I would encourage you to check out the FAQ section at the top of your screen and the 'About' section at the bottom. All common questions about how the "strips" work, ordering larger pieces, color organization, shipping, payment methods, exchanges, accuracy of the graphics, and others, are answered in these areas.
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THE CHALLENGE OF CHOOSING COLORS ONLINE
In general, use the INDIVIDUAL color image as your guide. I have devoted many hours to adjusting the images to match the actual wool color, but this is no guarantee of accuracy on your monitor, especially laptop monitors. These will not display the colors of the wool properly -- a desktop monitor is a better choice for shopping.