​The basic graphics of this tablecloth are drawn from Eastern Washington traditional parfletch decoration. The parfletch is a weather resistant container made of folded rawhide, and served  riders of the 'Horse Nations', Yakima and many others.

​The colors reference daffodils, which bloom in early spring all over the state. The center of the design is heavily embroidered with mixed yarns and beads reminiscent of the leaves of the flowers.