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Black hand woven semi-transparent fabric with green and white vertical stripes running the length of fabric. Stripes vary in width and weaving pattern. Green stripes alternate between plain stripes and stripes with a repeating pattern of long rectangles interspersed with a series of three squares filled with alternating green and black diagonal lines. Black stripes bordered on each side by four white stripes also have the pattern of rectangles and three squares filled with diagonal lines woven into the cloth. There are three sections that have 3 plain white stripes beside one stripe of black, grey, and white with a woven pattern of repeating rectangles: plain rectangles alternating with rectangles with a woven zig-zag pattern that is visible only on the right side of the fabric.

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