A note from France: Named after Aklan, a province in the Western Visayas Region of the Philippines and known to be a top producer of piña cloth and abaca, a plant whose fibers are used for textiles and handicrafts. If you are planning to go to Aklan, make sure to visit in time to catch one of its many, unique festivals.
This 100% cotton textile is hand dyed with marigolds, iron, and logwood chips. Hemmed.
Naturally dyed in San Diego, California, every piece of Lu France Interiors textile is one of a kind. Use this for your craft projects, to wrap presents, as table napkin, as a bandana, scarf, as a tapestry, as a backdrop for your photos and flatlays, frame it for wall art, etc. Actual colors may vary slightly in person. Due to its handmade nature, there may be imperfectly perfect patterns or marks on the textile making every piece uniquely beautiful.
This textile has been prewashed. Visit the FAQ page to learn more about natural dyes and textiles.