This is one of the more unique and interesting pieces I've found lately. It's a cape that is reversible from a blue and tan woven cotton to a purple embroidered satin. The cotton may look like burlap but it is actually quite soft to touch, it is not a burlap or hessian style material. It has braided trim around the neck that extends to just above the waist with small blue beads at the ties. Back hem is straight, front hem dips to a point. There are side openings for hands/arms. Technically the hook/eye, the trim and ties are sewn on the cotton side but the cape is definitely reversible. In very good condition, the satin side shows a bit of fading that shifts the color in places to more blue, it is visible in the photo.
There are no tags. No idea how old this piece is. It was obviously handmade / home sewn. There is no stretch to the fabrics. Please refer to measurements.
Around the body at the hand openings - 66 inches (it is 33 inches across one side) Length down center back - 36 inches