From the early part of the 1900's a dress fabric or home decor in a sheer stripe design. The tan background is printed with sets of stripes across the width.. The narrow stripes are slightly less than 1/4" wide. Stripes are a cream color outlined in a shade of blue.
The cloth is a gauze muslin, probably of a lesser quality. Not a sheer, sheer fabric, but one that does show a shadow of a hand when placed beneath. I have not opened the fabric to see the condition as it is tied with threads and sold as a remnant, still with the original label. (Original cost was 59 cents)
However, what I can see, looks to be good on the inside. Some light soiling on the exposed areas, including the edges, of the fabric from years of storage. This would be normal.
It is 1-2/3 yards long x 38" wide.