No coatings, no dyes, no chemical or additives just plain cotton. An interesting cloth used for crafting, dressmaking, upholstery, and soft furnishings these unbleached cotton fabrics can often have speckles of seeds from the cotton plants that gives them their organic and rustic appearance.
If you can image Arkwright trying to sell someone this 132cm wide excellent quality calico but being unable to get past the first curly “C” it would have been better just calling it unbleached cloth which of course is exactly what it is.
160cm wide, unbleached, but finished quite hefty cotton canvas of a type which might of covered the wagons of the settlers as the made their journey from East to West across America prior to the gold rush. Of its kind magnificent.