This beguiling design is an interpretation of an embroidery circa 1895 called ‘Spring and Summer’, designed and most likely stitched by May Morris, William Morris’ daughter. Produced on a textured cloth, it features a mirrored trellis of parakeets, stylized roses, tulip leaves, and turning stems intricately accented across the feathers and petals.
Sold by the yard.
Content: 85% viscose, 15% linen
Match: Straight match