Liberty London Fabrics
Mayrose Tana Lawn Cotton
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Each year Guerrilla Gardeners worldwide plant sunflowers on May 1st. This design was originally hand drawn from sunflowers and then finally created with layers of wax crayon from which the drawings were scraped out in repeat, almost as if being planted in the soil. Tana Lawn cotton’s distinctive hand-feel and translucent softness make it a versatile favourite.
Pricing: All fabrics are priced per metre length
Please note: All fabric orders are non-refundable
Guerrilla gardening is a loose global movement of gardening without boundaries, digging up land and bringing life to neglected public spaces. Richard Reynolds founded GuerrillaGardening.org in 2004 as a blog of his nocturnal transformation of the abandoned flower beds and roundabouts of Elephant and Castle in London. Richard’s activity became a campaign and his website is a source of inspiration for Guerrilla Gardeners worldwide.
- Name: Mayrose
- Fabric Type: Tana Lawn
- Composition: 100% Cotton
- Roll Width (finished/usable): 1.36m/1.33m
- Weight: 76 g/sqm, 104g/lm
- Care: Wash 40°C, line dry