Was it that the weaver ran out of time or changed her mind? This frazada started out as a double warp patterned dowry. Then for some reason it was finished in jacquard-like stripe effect, which is why its shaping is a little irregular. Probably from Sucre region. Completely hand spun and woven, 40-50 years old. Two selvedge pieces stitched together. Approximately 65″x50″. Dry clean. Sheep’s wool. Bolivia.