One of many designs named after the tributaries connected to the River Thames so important throughout Morris life Kennet was originally produced at Merton Abbey using the indigo discharge method. This technique involved printing onto a dyed indigo cloth using a bleaching agent which removed the ground colour and at the same time printed reds greens and yellows in its place.
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|Composition||49% Linen 38% Cotton 13% Nylon|
|Vertical Pattern Repeat||67.0cm (26.4")|
|Horizontal Pattern Repeat||22.5cm (8.9")|
|Pattern Match||Straight Match|
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|FR Domestic||Treatable Domestic Upholstery Standard|
|FR Drapes||Treatable Contract Drapes Standard|
|FR Treatable||Treatable to BS5852 (1) Match
Treatable to BS5867 P2TB
|Martindale Rub Test||20000|
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
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