With lively yet refined rows of interlocking concentric circles, Overshot is a contemporary interpretation of traditional textiles. It is named for a weave structure with a long history and a distinctive construction: as the weft yarn jumps or "shoots" over the foundational plain weave of the warp yarns, a decorative pattern layer is created.
This design takes inspiration from vintage American coverlets. Used as the topmost covering on a bed and distinct from quilts, these woven textiles were especially popular during the early to mid-nineteenth century. The earliest examples were made with an overshot weave, and this craft continues today.
Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Made in the USA with TerraStrand® and Microban®. Backed with flexible, slip-resistant latex and finished with self-bound edges. Free of phthalates.
Best suited to dry surfaces. Vacuum or mop face to clean. Air dry thoroughly. Occasionally lift and air out.
23" x 36"