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Morris & Co Strawberry Thief Slate/Vellum Curtain Fabric 220314

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4 other colourway(s) available

Morris & Co Strawberry Thief Chocolate/Slate Curtain Fabric 220311
 
 
Morris & Co Strawberry Thief Indigo/Mineral Curtain Fabric 220313
 
 
Morris & Co Strawberry Thief Crimson/Slate Curtain Fabric 220312
 
 
Morris & Co Strawberry Thief Grape/Gold Curtain Fabric 220315
 
 

Product Details

  • Collection:Morris & Co Archive Prints
  • Width:137.00cm
  • Pattern Repeat:53cm
  • Match:Straight
  • Composition:100% Cotton
  • Usage:Curtains, Blinds, Cushions & Upholstery
  • Martindale Rub Test:20,000

Morris & Co Strawberry Thief Slate/Vellum Curtain Fabric 220314

£52.00 / Metre (inc. VAT)
(RRP £65.00 - save 20%)

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Product Description

Price shown is for 1 metre of fabric.

Fabric also known as 226464 & 226713.

Part of the Morris & Co Archive PrintsThe Craftsman Fabric Collection & Compilation Fabric Collection.

Why not view the complementary Archive Wallpapers Collection?


Notes from the designer

Strawberry Thief was originally designed by Morris in 1883. Although the use of indigo made the fabric very expensive to produce at the time, this exquisite pattern quickly became one of Morris’ most popular designs. The traditional indigo discharge print has now been reproduced on 100% cotton, featuring subtle textures that retain the appearance of the original hand-print.

The intricate Strawberry Thief can be enjoyed in five vivid colourways from the Archive Prints Collection.

 

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