William Morris Michaelmas Daisy Interiors Fabric by the meter

+ $19.04 shipping
+ $19.04 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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Morris and Co Michaelmas Daisy DMFPMI201 (Indigo/Red) fabric from the Morris Fabric Compilation collection, priced per metre.

'Originally designed by J.H. Dearle in 1912 this fabric depicts pretty daisies arranged within delicate branches giving a trellis effect.

Design - michaelmas daisy
Colour - indigo / red
Composition - 100% cotton
Pattern repeat - 52 cm

This is a current Morris & Co fabric and retails at £61 per meter

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