Woolworkers tapestry wallhanging


Woolworkers tapestry wallhanging is woven in two sizes: 24″x31″and 34″x44″. See tapestry description below.

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Tapestry Description

Woolworkers tapestry wallhanging

Medieval wall tapestry

The Woolworkers tapestry wallhanging is typical of 15th century mille fleurs tapestries woven in the Loire Valley, inspired by the thousands of local flowers. The woolworkers are shown carding and shearing in this pastoral tapestry.

This medieval wall tapestry is now woven in France in 80% cotton and 20% viscose, in two sizes, and is available with or without (ME162A) the dark blue border. It is fully lined with a rod pocket for easy hanging.

Please note that the above image shows the larger size – the background being a dark blue. The smaller size has a slightly lighter colour for the central tapestry although the border is unchanged.

Here is this example of medieval mille-fleurs tapestries hanging in a bedroom in South Wales (slightly over-exposed):

Woolworkers tapestry wallhanging - medieval mille-fleurs tapestries