Acanthus Leaves, William Morris' classic design extended to fit a stool top. The complexity of his dense, layered, subtly shaded wallpaper required 30 printing blocks and 15 colours, causing each roll to cost 16 shillings (80p sterling) - rather expensive in 1875 ! The original watercolour design is in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
Artichoke - this superb design was originally produced by William Morris as an embroidery kit. It could be purchased as an outline on fabric with some of the stitching partially done if required.
Daffodils, designed after the style of GP & J Baker, leading designers of the Arts & Crafts Movement of the late 1800s.