Pumpkin orange, mossy green, burgundy, yellow all the colors you see in a glorious display of autumn leaves blend together in a celebration of fall. Samhain (pronounced "SOW-in, where the sow rhymes with wow) is an ancient Celtic harvest festival and the precursor to modern Halloween.
Falling halfway between the fall equinox and winter solstice, Samhain is a "between time." It marks the day when the veil that divides thisworld from the otherworld is at its thinnest. Spirits are free to roam the earth, fairies may play tricks on mortals, and rituals to honor the dead are common. It's no coincidence that El Día de los Muertos, All Saint's Day, and Halloween occur at the same time.
The product picture shows about 8" x 11" of the cloth including one finished side.
Shown below: Samhain cloth with the Druidcraft Tarot
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Design: Our cloths are made with a single layer of 100% cotton, beautifully finished on all four sides with a rolled edge hem.
Size: Measures approximately 20" by 20" square (about 51 cm square).
Fabric: 100% Cotton
All of our cloths are individually handcrafted with care to ensure quality. Please allow for slight, natural variations in size and pattern placement.