|Collection||Crafts Study Centre|
|Textile Printer||Susan Bosence|
|Description||Length of cotton printed in manganese, with discharge spot in citric acid. Only half the length was discharge printed.|
|Id Number Current Accession||T.75.8|
|Location Creation Site||Bickington, Devon, UK|
|Subject||printed textiles, length, pattern|
|Measurements||319.9 x 119.4 centimetres|
|History||A favourite block printed throughout the decades 1950s-90s.
Sample '2001.3.15.e', from Susan Bosence's sample book, was inspired by the paper lining an old trunk found by Ann Sutcliffe in the attic of her friend - Mabel Fursdon of Fursdon Farm, Staverton, Devon.
|Rights Owner||Professor Daniel Bosence/Crafts Study Centre 2004|
|Style Period Period||1970s|