The inspiration for William Morris' best loved StrawberryThief design came while he watched thrushes stealing the strawberries from his garden at Kelmscott Manor. Some of the original fabric still hangs in Kelmscott Manor and the fabric design is produced today by Liberty of London.
Cushion design size : 28 x 66 cm
Kits includes: Design printed in colour on 14# canvas, Appleton crewel wools, tapestry needle and instructions for working the cushion.
We recommend using a tapestry slate frame when working all tapestries to assist with keeping the canvas in shape.
For this cushion we suggest 400mm sides and 550-600 rods.
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