Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Where to buy Liberty Lawn

Liberty lawns are often used by quilters but they are not always easy to find.  They are not cheap and for that reason, most quilters tend to use them mixed in with other fabrics and in scrappy projects.  They  are beautifully soft and light and you can find an enormous range of prints - both classic Liberty prints and new designs.  If you would like to get your hands on some Liberty lawns, here are the places where I get mine:


Organic Stitch Company.  Jo stocks a whole range of Liberty lawns available as yardage, pre-cut packs and scrap bags.


Amitie Textiles.  Amitie also stock Liberty yardage and have a Liberty stash club which is a great way to build up a whole selection of prints.


Hyggeligt Fabrics of London, Ontario, Canada also stock Liberty lawn yardage, this print being one of my all time favourites.


17 comments:

  1. You are missing Shaukat who are in fact the largest stockest of Liberty Tana Lawn in London and they do have an online shop too.
    http://www.shaukat.co.uk/

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  2. I truly enjoy Liberty Lawn fabric but am not able to find it in my area. Thanks for the great info.

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  3. Also Very Berry Fabrics ~ I think she's in the UK too!
    I've ordered from her a couple of times and she's very prompt!

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  4. Very pretty fabrics. When I first learned to smock, I used Liberty fabrics and they do have such a wonderful soft feel. I have a few scraps left that I am saving for the perfect project. Even though they are 20 years old, they still have the same look as the ones pictured in your post. So cool that they are timeless! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I also order from Ali at Very Berry and she does lovely little bundles. Thanks for the heads up on other suppliers.

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  6. Truro fabrics in Cornwall sell online, Tana Lawn approx £20 a metre, min cut 0.5m and if you visit the shop their min cut is 20cm.
    http://search.trurofabrics.com/search?q=Liberty

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  7. Sunflower Fabrics do Liberty Tana Lawn fabrics, they are often at Quilt Shows around the UK.

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  8. I got mine in that place near FQR last year. I just take it out and stroke it occasionally ;o)

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  9. I love Liberty lawn! And their needlecord...

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  10. I'm blessed since I started quilting in the town that has the International Fabric Collection - they have a nice big selection of Liberty London lawns. Because of that my husband would bring Liberties instead of flowers for special occasions or if he was in the dog house. Needless to say, I have a nice big stash of them! (International Fabric Collection still sells online - even though they've closed their store front)

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  11. I have lots of liberty lawn but never seem to find scrap packs so this is really useful!

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  12. Have already visited Jo, and Ali and Liberty's in Regent Street - sigh!

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  13. Thank you lovely customers putting a word in for me. ;-)
    I've written a little guide to buying Liberty myself - hope it's ok to pass on the link:
    http://veryberryhandmade.co.uk/fabric-buying-guides/3910-2/

    There's some excellent sellers on Ebay too if you want bigger bits at great prices.

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  14. And forgot to add - Clothkits and Sewbox all sell Liberty yardage. :-)

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  15. I think you can buy them at Liberty online as well. Not the whole range, but at least the classics

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