We are delighted to supply you with hand dyed and hand printed fabric lengths for you to use in your own home furnishing projects – whether for blinds, curtains, tablecloths or upholstery.
All our fabric is seasonally dyed and hand-printed to order on 100 percent linen. Each piece of fabric is a one off creation, the product of a passing season, changing weather and local soil and the by the dyers and printers hand and skill. Variety and inconsistency are an essential part of how we make our fabric and one we hope you will love.
In spring, we use the pinky colour of rhubarb to dye our cloth. During summer months, the bright acid yellows of weld and in autumn and winter, the warm earthy hues of walnut and seaweed.
Once our fabric has been dyed with these subtle base colours, we carefully print our unique designs using water-based inks in a range of colourways that are fresh and contemporary.
Our South Downs collection of patterns, including our St Cuthman and St Peter designs are inspired by the ancient patterns of the churches along the South Downs Way, near our workshop in West Sussex.
St Cuthman is a loopy pattern, inspired by Romanesque stone carving in the church of St Andrew and St Cuthman in Steyning.
St Peter is a more geometric pattern from the nearby church of Coombes, which shelters in the Downs above the River Adur.
Both our St Cuthman and St Peter designs are available to order in a range of colourways, all printed on fabric hand dyed with natural dyes – walnut, rhubarb, weld and indigo.
Please email us to discuss your needs as your fabric will be hand dyed and printed to order.
Prices available on request.