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Can be used as a surface for readings or worn as a bandana! Large enough for a Celtic cross spread.

This may be laid down to create space for readings, with lines radiating from the center to lay spreads on. The center design features the four symbols of the suits (cup, knife, wand, and pentacles) while the edges depict double ouroboros snakes curling through pomegranate florals. The ouroboros is a symbol associated with This Might Hurt Tarot and the cyclical nature of life, while the pomegranates link the cloth to the veil behind the High Priestess.




  • Each cloth is screen printed in white on a black cotton bandana. Screen printing is not an exact process, so please forgive minor imperfections in the print. Each print will be slightly different from one another, and slightly different from the photo in this listing
  • Item will be folded for packaging, so you may wish to iron it before use to get the wrinkles out.
  • 21.5” x 21.5” screen printed tarot cloth

  • 100% cotton

This Might Hurt Tarot Cloth 🇺🇸

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  • Meet the Creator, Isabella Rotman

    Isabella Rotman is a cartoonist and illustrator from Maine, living and drawing in Chicago. Her art is usually about the ocean, mermaids, crushing loneliness, people in the woods, or sex.

    She is the author of the sexual health comic You're so Sexy When You Aren't Transmitting STIs and Artist in Residence at Isabella's educational graphic novel with Heather Corinna,Wait, What? A Comic Book Guide to Relationships, Bodies, and Growing Up, was published by Oni Press in 2019. Isabella was nominated for the Promising New Talent Ignatz award in 2017. Isabella is the creator of This Might Hurt Tarot, a modern and queer 78-card tarot deck based on the historic Rider-Waite-Smith deck.