Mary "May" Morris was an influential designer, teacher and pioneer of art embroidery whose accomplishments were often overshadowed by those of her father, William Morris. She embraced the free-form style of embroidery that emphasised freehand stitching, delicate shading and self-expression.
This collection reflect the work and styles of May and William - elegant prints inspired by nature coloured in rich, vibrant hues.
Perfect for quilts, pillows, cushions & lots more
We offer a choice of:
A Jelly Roll consists of 40 pieces of fabric; 2½" width, 44" length strips. They are individual strips (not joined together) In total there is just over 2½ metres of fabric in one roll.
A collection of 42 pieces of fabric each 10 inch square.