Merton Abbey Panel


Designer Victoria and Albert Museum

This panel was designed by John Henry Dearle who worked as the artistic director of Morris & Co. from the 1890s onwards.  He was a considerable talent in his own right whose reputation, not surprisingly, has been overshadowed by William Morris himself. As chief designer for Morris & Co. he oversaw the production of wallpapers, stained glass, carpets and embroideries along with the famous tapestries. The Merton Abbey Panel was designed by him around 1900.
  • Product details
    • 19" x 40"
    • 48 cm x 101 cm
    • 12 holes to the inch
  • Kit Contents
    • The kits include a 100% cotton canvas printed in full colour, all the yarns required (100% pure new wool), a needle and an easy to follow guide to get you underway.
    • Kits do not include backing materials or cushion pads


Victoria and Albert Museum

Celebrating the Arts and Crafts ethos and traditional textile techniques from Japan, Ehrman Tapestry has created a range of beautiful needlework kits inspired by the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the world’s leading museum of art, design and performance.

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