Poplin has been used since the 15th century and was named for the Papal residence in France. During that time, it was normally made of silk. But because of its material being expensive it has evolved to several materials which include cotton, wool and polyester.
Macramé Lace was most popular in the Victorian era. Most Victorian homes were adorned by this craft. Macramé was used to make household items such as tablecloths, bedspreads and curtains.
We create this tablecloth: a unique blending of contemporary Poplin fabric with the elegance of Macrame Lace for everyday use.
- Made of Polyester Poplin.
- Ecru Ivory cream colour.
- Tablecloth size: 60″ x 84″ / 60″ x104″ / 60″x120″ / 60″x140″
- Matching Napkin size : 18″.
- All measurements are approximate with a variance of 5-10% deviance.
- Precise measurements can be available upon request.
- NO Dryer.