William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns
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William Morris Notebooks - Various patterns

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Our William Morris Notebooks are made in our studio from 144 pages of high-quality ivory laid paper, perfect for writing with a fountain pen. They are all bound in a heavyweight wallpaper with one of Morris and Co's wallpapers, designed either by Morris himself or J. H. Dearle.  Simply gorgeous. 

They measure 100 x 150mm. Please note that each item is hand-crafted in our studio and unique and there may be slight variations in the design shown here.  

'Sweet Briar' designed by J. H. Dearle, 1912

'Brer Rabbit' designed by William Morris in 1882.

'Brer Rabbit' but using the bird sections of the pattern

'Strawberry Thief' designed by William Morris in 1883. 

'Strawberry Thief' but using the section of the pattern with flowers. 

'Thistle' designed by J. H. Dearle in 1897. 

'Indian' designed by William Morris in 1868. 

'Branch' designed by William Morris in 1871.