I have a large piece of Sanderson Roslyn fabric left over. It is approximately 2.85m long but there are a couple of flaws at one end of the fabric so I have listed it as 2.6m long as this is what I feel is a continuous length of usable fabric. This fabric I have washed, as I have used some of it but have this large amount remaining, I will iron out the creases before shipping! It is a beautiful fabric and it's a shame for it to just sit in my fabric pile!
Here is the information on the fabric: William Turner, one of the most eminent designers of the 20th Century, first produced ‘Roslyn’ as a wallpaper design in 1910. It was later manufactured as a printed fabric from the 1920s. Originally known as, ‘The Cleves,’ it was part of the Sanderson range until 1974, making it one of the company’s most enduring designs. This latest version has been engraved directly from the original fabric to retain the distinctive textures and effects. It is now also available as a wallpaper.