Block-printed indigo by Barron & Larcher
Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher ran a London textile printing workshop in the 1920s and moved the workshop to Gloucestershire in the '30s.. Coco Chanel and other couturiers used their traditional yet updated fabrics in trend-setting clothes.
Phyllis Barron (1890-1964) in Vogue, 1926
Enid Marx began hand printing textiles as an assistant in their workshop. See a post on her:
See an essay by Meg Andrews on Barron & Larcher.
The Victoria and Albert Museum has many of their block-printed textiles.
With the majority of them in the Crafts Study Centre