William Morris Brother Rabbit Heavy Weight Floral Fabric By The Half Metre
This Licensed William Morris Design was first produced in May 1882. It is also known sometimes as Brer Rabbit and was inspired and 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.
The design was produced at Merton Abbey using the Indigo discharge method of printing.
The Birds and rabbits within the design were drawn Morris' close friend and colleague, Philip Webb.
Just like all our cloth, our Brother Rabbit heavy weight 100% cotton is printed in the United Kingdom.
Measurements: The cotton fabric is 152 cm wide including a 2.5cm each side salve edge.
The pattern repeat is 18cm
If you purchase more than half a metre within the same order, 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.
More about our fabric:
We use high quality cotton fabric which is printed in the United Kingdom. Our printer is a long-established British printer. If you would like a closer look at any of our fabrics, you can get in touch and we’ll be happy to send you a free sample (United Kingdom only.)
Why is your William Morris fabric cheaper than our competitors?
Every single one of our William Morris designs are licensed Morris designs. We print and manufacture all of our William Morris designs to our own specifications in terms of both size and colour way to best suit our products.
We can keep our fabric cheaper than competitors by printing within the UK and reducing transport costs, we are exclusively an online retailer and therefore we don’t need to pay for flashy showrooms! When you purchase from Laura’s Beau, you are actually purchasing your product direct from the manufacturer and so we can dictate our prices and keep them competitive.
So - buy British and buy with confidence that you’re purchasing a licensed William Morris design.