William Morris Strawberry Thief
This is Morris’s most famous pattern, designed in 1883, and is based on the thrushes that he observed stealing strawberries from his kitchen garden at Kelmscott Manor. It was made using a complex printing technique known as indigo discharge, and was an expensive luxury fabric when first produced.
"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful" William Morris.
Further industry recognition with the collection becoming a coveted finalist in the Growing, Planting Equipment and Sundries Category at the 2016 GIMA Awards.