Hattingley derives from an 18th-century block print, discovered as a very dishevelled patchwork piece, possibly made to save and use pieces left over from the decorating of a fine house. The patchwork seems to have been intended as a bed cover by the maker. We painstakingly took the patchwork to pieces and worked to create a full printable repeat of the design. The resulting linen has been designed with ageing in the pattern and is then further softened with our ageing finish.
Print Method: Print to order - Digitally printed on pure linen and treated with our softening and ageing finish.
Manufacturers Eco Certification: Linen Mill used is a Gold Member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council and a certified Carbon-Neutral Weaving Mill
Fabric Care: Dry Clean only
Use: Suitable for curtains, cushions, light domestic upholstery (when used with a Schedule 3 barrier cloth) and other soft furnishings
Designer's Sustainability Pledge: "My aim is that Inchyra fabrics should be as natural as possible so that they will, eventually, fully biodegrade. In 100 years’ time I like to think that my linens will either be the antiques of the time or have fully biodegraded, leaving no footprint on the planet." Caroline at Inchyra
Lead time 4-6 weeks from receipt of payment - larger volumes may incur a 6-8 week lead time as the fabric is printed to order.