This lovely print is from The Hesketh House Collection by Liberty Fabrics (UK). Titled in honour of a favourite artwork in the Liberty archive dating from the 1890s, this collection draws inspiration from heritage interior details of an English stately manor.
Note: Liberty also produces a wonderfully silky, very expensive cotton called "Tana Lawn." This fabric is not Tana Lawn, it's high-quality quilting cotton. Liberty calls this substrate (the base fabric that is printed on) "Lasenby Cotton." In Liberty's words: "It is machine washable and durable enough for daily use, with a richly coloured design created by traditional screen-printing techniques. Soft Lasenby cotton is well-suited to creating classic patchwork bedspreads, cushions and cosies."
This fabric is sold in half yard increments: one unit equals one half yard. The fabric will be cut in one continuous piece regardless of how many units you order (i.e. if you order 4 units you will receive a single 2 yard piece).
This is a quilting weight 100% cotton fabric and is 44/45" (110 cm) wide.