Stripe Flag


A hand-painted nod to the bold stripes and prints of vintage, cotton canvas boardshorts of the '50s and '60s. 

This hand-made flag uses natural duck canvas with hand-painted black stripes. Each flag is topped with a natural twine + twill tape and stamped with Slightly Choppy branding.

Colors: Natural and black

Size: 12" x 20", give or take...

Customer Reviews

Based on 30 reviews
Davis Weil
Super Cute

This looked great installed for our client's lake house!

Madie McKay
Best of the best

We love using these hand made pieces to bring a little whimsy-coastal feel. I love this black and white stripe with the red thread- it is a perfect touch! Everything Scott and his team does is with artistry, craft and quality in mind. Love supporting this brand and artist!

West Coast Pablo
Aces for Stripes!

The stripe flag is sick. The fabric is thick, authentic, and strongly sewn. We ordered two others and they are all exactly the same size, quality, and material. 5s across the board.

Evan R. Doherty
Southbay Stripes n Stitching

I remember seeing some of the early stages of these flags and designs. I though how awesome of a idea just because its a endless market. I honestly just greatly appreciated the craft and time that is put into the end result, I waited for a couple years to purchase anything because i was in the middle of renovations and moving out of my condo. Not that I have found a new place with open walls and areas for these elements I went all in.

With the hope to see a flag made up for the city i moved to now being a big surf segway i will probably be tuned in to choppy for years to come.

Pamela Rae
Gotta love a good stripe, especially in black and white.

I’ve wanted a ‘Slightly Choppy’ banner for awhile so this one is my first step. The striped banner is super fun and well made. I'm considering it my 'gateway drug' because I will soon follow up by ordering a custom version with the name of our summer cabin on it. Onward!

Hand-Made Keepsakes

Slightly Choppy Artifacts are designed and made in a salty boat shed in Newport Beach, CA