William Morris Red Brother Rabbit 100% Heavy Weight Cotton Floral Fabric By The Half Metre
The 100% cotton is printed in the UK
The cotton fabric is 152 cm wide including a 2.5cm each side salve edge
The pattern repeat is 18cm
This Licensed William Morris Design was first produced in May 1882.
The design was first produced at Merton Abbey.
The Birds and rabbits within the design were drawn by Philip Webb.
Brother Rabbit is also known as Brer rabbit.
The design was named after a character in Uncle Remus,His song and sayings by J.C.Harris (1881) which William Morris would read to his daughters Jenny and May.
If you purchase more than half a metre the fabric will be sent as one continuous piece.
As with all natural fibres, cotton will contract so slight shrinkage should be allowed for.
The fabric is machine washable at 30 degrees.
Why is Our Fabric So Much Cheaper Than Our Competitors’ Fabric?
- We use very high quality cotton fabric (free samples available on request).
- Our printer is a long-established British printer and is one of the best printers in the world.
- We do not sell seconds.
Yet Our Fabric Is Less Expensive - How Do We Do It?
Our designs come either from our own historic archive or they are independently-licensed William Morris designs. We commission the prints after deciding on the sizing of the design and which colours are needed. We originate the printing screens and commission printing onto our high-quality 100% cotton fabric.
Unlike most textiles sold in Britain today, Laura’s Beau textiles are British made. All of our production stages are carried out in Britain, keeping transport cost low.
We do not have the high costs of a showroom or high street store.
When you buy from Laura’s Beau, you are buying directly from the manufacturer.
Unlike many of our competitors, we do not spend huge amounts on advertising.
By keeping our business costs to a minimum we can sell our high quality cotton fabrics at ridiculously low prices!
So Buy British with confidence and enjoy our beautiful high-quality Laura’s Beau fabrics