Description: Delightfully printed, washed, and softened, meet our new Independence Vine Weave. It is symbolic, as it represents the palette of the walled garden, the vines that grow around the cottage, reaching to the sky overhead, at the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site. It was a refuge behind the Stone Cottage that she and her cottage guests used for many years. Opaque with a wonderfully snappy and soft drape. This has been set aside for cheerful everyday shirts, frocks, and sashes. ; Content: 100 percent washed viscose (made from renewable soft wood pulp). Four season weave. Woven in France.; Care: Simply hand wash or put through machine delicate cycle in cold water with a plant based detergent. We suggest using a natural fabric softener to maintain the softness we have washed into it. Tumble dry on extra-low heat with our artisan wool dryer balls to keep the relaxed effect that is featured in the Look Book.