We are proud to bring a carefully curated range of hand woven furnishing fabrics back into production, inspired by Gerd Hay-Edie's archetypal designs from the Mourne Textiles archives.
Mourne Check, created by Gerd Hay-Edie, was a signature fabric for designer Robin Day, who used it during his ten year period designing furniture for Hille from 1951. This durable linen, wool, and cotton mix, is hand woven on traditional hand looms that were imported to the workshop in the 1950's. The colours are matched from original heritage palettes in our archives.
Design – Check
Colourway – F102/2 Cloud
Usable Width – 120cm hand woven/145cm machine woven
Suitability – Domestic & General Contract Upholstery
Weight – 340g
Fabric - Reversible, No repeat
Composition - 50% Linen 25% Cotton 25%Wool
Handwoven furnishing fabric – Width 120cm
1- 5 metres - £180 per linear metre
Please contact our workshop for discounts on orders over 5 metres and to check availability/lead timesTrade accounts available
Created by Gerd Hay-Edie and used by designer Robin Day for Hille in 1951, the Mourne Mist was to become a signature fabric widely used for much of his furniture during his ten year period designing for the brand.
Proud to bring the Mist back into production, the weavers at Mourne pay careful attention to remain true to Gerd’s archetypal designs. This durable wool and cotton mix is carefully handwoven on the Kentish looms originally imported in the 1950s.