Dear Midland Textiles Customers, We hope you are well and safe. Due to the global pandemic COVID-19 (Coronavirus) we are taking necessary precautions and are following guidelines and regulations. We are currently open and are dispatching orders. We are closely monitoring the situation and will keep you updated. If in the meantime you have any questions, please get in touch with us.

Dear Midland Textiles Customers, We hope you are well and safe. Due to the global pandemic COVID-19 (Coronavirus) we are taking necessary precautions and are following guidelines and regulations. We are currently open and are dispatching orders. We are closely monitoring the situation and will keep you updated. If in the meantime you have any questions, please get in touch with us.

Blue William Morris inspired Butterfly and leaves 100% cotton fabric 45" M669

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Blue William Morris inspired Butterfly and leaves 100% cotton fabric 45" M669

Width - 45 inches
Sample Size - approx 10cm x 10cm
Fat Quarter - 50cm by 50cm
Material: 100% Cotton

Pattern size:

Weight: 120g/m²


Use: dresses, tops,cushions, quilting, patchwork, handbags, accessories, baby and children's wear and more.

Manufacturing:

Textile finishing: Printed

Feel/Hanging:

Certificates: None



Frequently Asked Questions

How do I order more than 1m?

Enter the number of metres required in the buy now quantity box, if there are not

enough metres listed, email to see if we have the required balance – we usually do.

Will multiple metres come in one continuous piece?

Yes generally, but if you require otherwise then please let us know.

Do you combine P&P (shipping & handling) for multiple purchases ?

Yes, always.

Do you take Orders / Credit card payments over the phone ?

No. We accept PayPal only.

Do you ship outside the UK ?

Yes, please contact us for a price.

While every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the colours depicted in our images, please be aware that due to monitor resolution, lighting, photo processing software and other factors it is almost impossible to represent colour to 100% accuracy.









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