Strawberry Thief K
First printed by William Morris in 1883, Strawberry Thief was part of a group of designs incorporating animals with flowers. Introduced as a furnishing fabric for Liberty in 1979, it depicts birds stealing fruit within Morris’ Oxfordshire garden.
Please note: We tear our Liberty to achieve a line that follows the grain of the fabric - fabric edges may reflect this process.
100% cotton Liberty Tana Lawn™.
Name: Strawberry Thief K / Fabric Type: Tana Lawn™ Cotton / Composition: 100% Cotton / Roll Width (finished/usable): 1.36m/1.33m / Weight: 76 g/sqm, 104g/lm / Care: Wash 40℃, line dry
A famous masterpiece of fabric technology, Tana Lawn™ is fine, cool and durable with a silk-like feel.
Made from specially selected ultra-fine, long staple Egyptian cotton, its bespoke process has been fine-tuned by Liberty Fabrics experts over the last 100 years. The qualities of the weave provide a brilliant base material on which to print Liberty’s lustrous textile designs. Today, Tana Lawn™ continually evolves as Liberty Fabrics works with new technologies and processes to ensure it maintains its reputation as the best printed cotton available.