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Folklore 60cm woven cotton fabric length

Folklore Fabric is inspired by traditional universal patterns. The 60cm by 145cm lengths can be used as decorative scarfs to brighten up an outfit or as a tablecloth runner on your dining room table, it’s up to you the individual to decide as these cloths are multi functional.

Folklore Fabric is unique to my shop and is an exciting collaboration between myself, as the designer, Richard MR Smith, a master weaver and talented folk at Weisters Mill in Darwen, Lancashire.

Follow the making of Folklore fabric story on my Pinterest page.

£55.00

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Description

These cotton Folklore lengths are woven with care in Lancashire to the highest British weaving standards. The 60cm by 145cm lengths can be used possible as decorative scarfs to brighten up an outfit or perhaps as a tablecloth runner on your dining room table, it’s up to you the individual to decide as these cloths are multi functional. These Folklore Fabric lengths are multicoloured and will look eye catching however you choose to use them.

The 60cm Folklore Fabric mirrors the Bird&Leaf motif in the 2m Folklore fabric length. The Bird&Leaf motif is inspired by European Folk Design and has a fetching Bird&Leaf edge design. In-between the decorative Bird&Leaf edge is a pattern that is influenced by traditional Eastern European design.

This 60cm design length is available in two glorious colourways. Choose from; Ecru and Pumice&Mulberry, as shown on the left and far right respectively in the main image in the product gallery.

P&P

I have included free P&P in the price to GB and European destinations for ease of purchase. If you live further afield, happy to send 60cm Folklore fabric abroad for just £5 P&P ROW. Hope this helps?

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 32 × 18 × 3 cm

1 review for Folklore 60cm woven cotton fabric length

  1. Caroline (verified owner)

    A beautifully woven fabric; gorgeous colours. This is a gift for my daughter who buys textiles on her world travels. I thought it was about time she had something lovingly made in Britain, and this certainly fits the bill.

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