Kate Medlicott, The Journeyman - Duck Egg & Ochre
Kate Medlicott, The Journeyman - Duck Egg & Ochre
Kate Medlicott, The Journeyman - Duck Egg & Ochre
Kate Medlicott, The Journeyman - Duck Egg & Ochre

Kate Medlicott, The Journeyman - Duck Egg & Ochre

Regular price $122.00


The Journeyman was originally inspired by a Mediaeval tile depicting a knight on horseback. Kate has reimagined him as the travelling artisan, or ‘Journeyman’, as they were known in the Middle Ages, and added flora and fauna for interest – our artisan is flanked by oak leaves whilst birds soar overhead. Unusually, this fabric is designed to run horizontally and can be printed across the width or railroaded, depending on your requirements. It works well as a headboard, blind, drum lampshade or border, and will add a lovely sense of story-time adventure to a child’s room.

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Colour: Duck Egg & Ochre
Designer: Kate Medlicott
Material: 53% Linen 47% Cotton
Width: 140cm
Vertical Repeat: 65.5cm
Horizontal Repeat: 33cm
Weight: 350gsm - Heavy
Martindale: As unprinted cloth, 30,000 Rubs
Made in: UK
Print Method: Digitally printed onto British-woven linen union using non-toxic, water-based pigment inks. Custom colourways available.

Use: Curtains, Blinds, Cushions & Light Upholstery
Care: Dry clean only
Designer's Sustainability pledge: "We are proud to be a British-made brand, with a passion for doing the right thing where we can. We are small but selective – from the very start of our journey we have carefully chosen our suppliers and manufacturers in order to minimise our impact on the environment and maximise the positive effect of our commitments to sustainability. Our printed fabrics are printed in England onto British-woven linen union. We print everything digitally using non-toxic water-based pigment inks, a process which has several environmental benefits over more traditional methods. Digital printing also enables us to print to order which massively reduces potential fabric waste. Any waste we do have we repurpose as fabric birds and padded coathangers. Our woven fabrics are woven for us using Flax in a vertical production Jacquard weaving mill in Suffolk. This means that the entire process, from design development, yarn dyeing and weaving to finished fabric can be followed through the factory." - Kate Medlicott

Larger volumes may incur a 4 week lead time as the fabric is printed to order. 
Learn more about why this designer is part of Haines Curates