Medieval plaid inspired by traditional country patterns found in many medieval tapestries such as La Dame à la Licorne.
This plaid, composed of thousands of threads, is entirely woven using the Jacquard technique. The patterns of small country flowers are typical of the late Middle Ages. Called Millefleurs, this abundant vegetation is also characterized by the presence of animals such as hares, greyhounds, pheasants ... The plaid is mostly made of dyed cotton threads. The edges are overcast and rolled.