Christmas Patchwork Tablecloth Alternate2 Alternate3 Alternate4

Christmas Patchwork Tablecloth

Item #: TPCHRC.Multi
$109.00
Qty.
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
  • Details
  • Reviews
An exquisite textile uniquely worthy of marking the seasonal celebrations we cherish. Bordered with cheerful holly, embellished by stunning embroidery and completed by two of our most joyful designs, the Chritmas Patchwork stands poised to steal your heart and enhance your home. Enjoy!
"Christmas is coming the geese are getting fat, please put a penny in the old mans hat..."
  • 100% cotton
  • Signature April Cornell design
  • Attached 7 inch border
  • Limited production - less than 100 pieces made
  • Due to the hand-screened nature of our prints, colors may vary from piece to piece. Not perfect- perfectly beautiful.


Close
Related Products
These rich textiles can hold so much more ...

These rich textiles can hold so much more than spilled eggnog and cookie crumbs- they possess an ability to absorb the laughter of small children, stand ready to dry teary eyes and invoke the comfort and joy of a hospitable ...
A vintage color palette that transcends the seasons. ...

A vintage color palette that transcends the seasons. Our Claudette napkins feature honey-toned leaves and blooming blue roses on an antique ecru ground. A beautiful choice for weddings and receptions, they also make a fabulous housewarming gift. Blue, aqua and ...
Flea market finds, the time faded hues of ...

Flea market finds, the time faded hues of vintage textiles, sweet antique accents applied with care- these are the bread crumbs I am constantly seeking. Carefully collected, surreptitiously sorted and ultimately made new, in a fashion honoring their heritage and ...
It's that waft of garlic from a slowly ...

It's that waft of garlic from a slowly simmering cast iron pan, Bach's piano concerto floating airily on the summer breeze, or in this case a timeless floral pattern on crisp cotton that brings you back to Grandma. Her house ...