Wiltshire is a leaf and berry pattern first designed for Liberty of London in 1933 by an artist with the initials DS (who also designed Michelle and Betsy - two other classic Liberty patterns). Wiltshire was redesigned in 1968 to look like it does today, and it became a part of the Classics collection in 1979. This colorway is dominantly pink and gray.
Unlike standard quilting weight cotton, tana lawn cotton feels like silk. Machine washable, this fabric is very soft and light, and while it can be sewn into projects alongside traditional cottons from quilt shops, it is not standard quilting cotton weight.