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Liberty of London tana lawn is simply the finest fabric to work with. Light as a feather, with amazing colour saturation, this fabric is perfect for that special project. Liberty print fabric washes beautifully and stands up to wear far better than its soft and supple nature would suggest.

'Emily Bowyer D' is a Spring/Summer 2012 Liberty fabric, chosen by Anna Buruma, in-house Archivist for Liberty Art Fabrics and curator at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Emily Bowyer is a monotone floral based on a 1950s print impression from Liberty’s Merton Abbey Printworks.

You will receive one fat eighth (9" x 22") in the print shown above. If you order more than one fat eighth of the same print, your fabric will be cut as shown below:
- Quantity of 1: 9" x 22"
- Quantity of 2: 18" x 22" (FAT QUARTER)
- Quantity of 3: 27" x 22" OR two pieces, one 18" x 22" and one 9" x 22", depending on yardage available at the time I cut your order.
- Quantity of 4: 18" x full bolt width (54" approx)

*****If you are looking for additional yardage of this print, or for a Liberty print in a design or colour not shown, please do contact me - I have access to yardage of a huge range of prints. I charge £4.50 per fat eighth, or £32.50 per yard for orders of one yard or more. I can also put together custom fabric bundles and charm packs - please contact me for details. *****

I believe that it is possible to hand make in a low impact way. As such all of my products, packaging and processes are as green as I can make them:
- I use exclusively organic, vintage and British printed fabrics whose origins I can trace
- All of my packaging is recycled and recyclable
- I use even the smallest offcuts of fabric, minimising waste from my workroom
- I recycle everything that I can from my workroom
- I make/sew/print as much of my products and packaging as I can, so I can be sure that no wastage or unethical practices have gone into the production of my products
- My workroom (and home!) is run off a green energy tariff, meaning that even my sewing machine is as eco-friendly as I can make it!

Monochrome blue and white 1950s screen print inspired 'Emily Bowyer D' Liberty of London Fat Eighth monochrome floral Liberty print


  • Materials: tana lawn, cotton lawn, cotton
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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