- 100% Cotton tablecloth
- Available in 6 sizes
- Durable and wrinkle-resistant
- Folded 1/2" hem
- Topstitching thread color will be chosen at time of sewing from a limited color set to best match the design
- Mitered corners
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Luxe, heavy cotton sateen Bantam tablecloths elevate your rectangular (and square!) dining table with a wash of one-of-a-kind pattern and color. The Bantam tablecloth is made of our durable, wrinkle-resistant, Luxe Cotton Sateen and features a double folded 1/2" hem, mitered corners, and topstitching thread chosen from a limited color set to best match the design.
Mix-and-match with our Amarela dinner napkins for a truly unique tablescape. Available in 6 sizes. Your selected design will be featured on one side.
Square Small - 70” x 70”
Square Large - 90” x 90”
Rectangle Small - 70” x 90”
Rectangle Medium - 70” x 108”
Rectangle Large - 70” x 120”
Rectangle X-Large - 70” x 144"
Each tablecloth is designed by independent designers, from around the world, and printed and sewn in the USA.
These vertical, variegated stripes in pink, lavender, purples and blue coordinate with all BN10 designs in the Bella NIna series.
Easily find coordinates within the full Bella Nina collection by watching for the code BN10 at the beginning of design titles or do a search for this same code on the Spoonflower designs page to pull up related designs.
All stripes within this collection are available in both crosswise and lengthwise versions, as well as in multiple sizes. Still need another size, just ask!
Personally I love stripes! I've always been frustrated by how few I saw in the store, and when I found a striped blouse, I always had to try it on. Now that I'm here at Spoonflower, where it is easy to find an endless variety of stripes, I truly realize how much I am drawn to them. I tend to prefer narrow stripes, and after reading this article on the history of stripes, I have new insight as to why, at a subconscious level, that might be: https://fashion-history.lovetoknow.com/fabrics-fibers/striped-cloth.
In clothing, I tend to think of stripes as most useful for blouses and shirts, but they also make great dresses. The narrower versions also work well for slacks and shorts. Stripes are also tremendously fun to use for quilting. Here is a useful article about using stripes in your next quilt: https://quiltsocial.com/use-striped-fabrics-effectively-in-your-quilt-design/
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Copyright Mary K Wykes 7-30-2016
Luxe Cotton Sateen - Luxe heavy cotton sateen is machine washable and wrinkle-resistant. All-natural, 100% cotton fabric is perfect for casual and elegant tables alike.