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A work by William Morris. This piece draws inspiration from nature whilst balancing it with symmetry. Morris was a leading contributor of the Art and Crafts Movement which led on to directly influence Art Nouveau designs.

ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: I am not able to mail printed canvas outside of US, please purchase chart. About this design:  1. CHART. Design based on original sketch of William Morris for Bullerswood carpet, one of the famous carpets designed for Hammersmith Cottage. Stitch count 311x594. Chart printed in full color with symbol size 10 stitches per inch. Color codes for Appleton wool yarn. Quantities of yarn for each color included with the chart. The chart is very easy to follow…

Bullerswood Rug Carpet by William Morris

Honeycomb textile design produced for both 3-ply carpeting and fabric by William Morris, 1876 | Wiki

Honeycomb textile design produced for both carpeting and fabric by William Morris, 1876

Again a great combination of blue and yellow!  William Morris Fabric:

Collections feature William Morris, Bruce Talbert, Victorian and Arts & Crafts re-issued designs in eco-friendly printings.

A William Morris 'Hammersmith' Carpet, hand knotted for Morris & Co, designed by John Henry Dearle | Lot | Sotheby's

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William Morris I 'Dove & Rose' I 1880 I Textile design

William Morris 'dove & rose' 1880 'Dove and rose' textile design by William Morris, produced by Morris & Co in