Liberty of London: Tana Lawn Wiltshire Berry

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Liberty of London: Tana Lawn Wiltshire Berry

7.20 9.00

Wilshire Berry Tana Lawn from the Liberty Art Fabrics collection.

Wiltshire is a leaf and berry pattern which was first created for Liberty in 1933 by an unknown designer and updated in 1968.

Composition: 100% cotton

Width: 53” (137 cm)

Weight: 76 g/m²

Sold in ¼ yard increments. Additional increments will be cut continuously. For example, for 1 yard of fabric, select a quantity of 4. You will receive a piece of fabric that measures 53" wide by 1 yard long.

 

In 1875, Arthur Lasenby Liberty began selling imported fabrics from a small shop on London's Regent Street. The popularity of these beautiful textiles meant the Liberty name soon became synonymous with a very distinct and highly fashionable style of fabric. Today, Liberty is London's best-loved department store and its cutting edge design studio remains at the forefront of fashion across the world.

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