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William Morris Fabric

William Morris had great influence on late-19th century design. In flat yet complicated patterns, Morris interpreted the flowers and birds in his garden.

These prints highlight William Morris’s skills at translating nature into pattern. From Eyebright, a tiny alpine bloom, to the showy Honeysuckle, the florals reveal Morris’s close observation of his garden, including the visitors with whom he shared the garden---birds, foxes and rabbits.

The large print Wandle is named “to honour our helpful stream,” the river that flowed near the dyeworks, providing water for the colouring processes as well as a lovely landscape. Subtle colours echo the shades of the natural dyes so important to Morris’s vision.

Morris Holiday is the latest in the series of reproductions. This range has been developed from originals held in the V&A Archives, exclusively for Moda. There are also very limited amounts of the remaining prints from the previous range, William Morris 2017.

We have included the range of fabrics designed by C F A Voysey, reproduced by the V & A Museum. Voysey was a contemporary of William Morris: he also designed fabrics and wallpapers in the Arts and Crafts style in London. Like Morris, Voysey's talents also extended to furniture tiles, ceramics and metalwork. The influence of each on the other is remarkable.

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All fabrics on the site are 100% cotton and approx. 44” (112cm) in width unless otherwise stated