The Monkey Puzzle Tree

How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre

£144.00
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre
How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre

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English made, artist designed interiors with a twist and a conscience. 

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The Monkey Puzzle Tree

How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet fabric by the metre

£144.00

Charlotte collaborated with Alexis Snell, a printmaker who works with beautifully unique linocuts, to create this stunning cotton velvet.

'How the Leopard got his Spots' is suitable for upholstery, curtains, cushions and blinds, and is perfect to bring new life to a vintage chair or to create ansumptuous feature from a window.

Designed to inject a maximalist dose of creative pandemonium into your interior, the rich velvet suits both period and modern homes.

Alexis works with linocuts, creating strange, angular characters that look as if they’ve just emerged from a fairytale. To authentically recreate the handmade effect of the original design we’ve chosen to keep the irregularity in the print, and a closer look will reveal 18 slightly different leopards climbing through the jungle. 

'I like things that are a bit dark and strange and I'm always drawn to a good story. A flea market, a late night drunken conversation, an old advert or a matchbox might get me thinking about a new idea. I love working in lino. I once heard someone say there is no room for hesitation or apology in lino cutting and I think that the fact you have to be brave and just go for it appeals to me.' 
- Artist Alexis Snell

If you have any questions about this fabric, go to the "Ask a question" tab on the product page. 

Samples are sent by first class Royal Mail. Fabric is supplied in a continuous piece on a roll and sent by DHL tracked courier.

Width: 137cm

Vertical Pattern repeat: 64.6cm

Horizontal pattern repeat: 68.6cm

Match: Straight Match

Composition: 88% cotton 12% polyester, 100% cotton pile

FR Test: Passes cigarette test BS5852, source 0

Weight: 416gsm

Martindale Abrasion: 20 000+         

Usage: Cushions, curtains, upholstery - general domestic

Care Instructions: Suitable for dry cleaning, cool iron 
Made in Lancaster, England

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Charlotte collaborated with Alexis Snell, a printmaker who works with beautifully unique linocuts, to create this stunning cotton velvet.

'How the Leopard got his Spots' is suitable for upholstery, curtains, cushions and blinds, and is perfect to bring new life to a vintage chair or to create ansumptuous feature from a window.

Designed to inject a maximalist dose of creative pandemonium into your interior, the rich velvet suits both period and modern homes.

Alexis works with linocuts, creating strange, angular characters that look as if they’ve just emerged from a fairytale. To authentically recreate the handmade effect of the original design we’ve chosen to keep the irregularity in the print, and a closer look will reveal 18 slightly different leopards climbing through the jungle. 

'I like things that are a bit dark and strange and I'm always drawn to a good story. A flea market, a late night drunken conversation, an old advert or a matchbox might get me thinking about a new idea. I love working in lino. I once heard someone say there is no room for hesitation or apology in lino cutting and I think that the fact you have to be brave and just go for it appeals to me.' 
- Artist Alexis Snell

If you have any questions about this fabric, go to the "Ask a question" tab on the product page. 

Samples are sent by first class Royal Mail. Fabric is supplied in a continuous piece on a roll and sent by DHL tracked courier.

Width: 137cm

Vertical Pattern repeat: 64.6cm

Horizontal pattern repeat: 68.6cm

Match: Straight Match

Composition: 88% cotton 12% polyester, 100% cotton pile

FR Test: Passes cigarette test BS5852, source 0

Weight: 416gsm

Martindale Abrasion: 20 000+         

Usage: Cushions, curtains, upholstery - general domestic

Care Instructions: Suitable for dry cleaning, cool iron 
Made in Lancaster, England

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English made, artist designed interiors with a twist and a conscience. 

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