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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.

'Rosa H' is a Classic Liberty print, originally designed by Allan Thomas in 1997 and introduced to the Classic collection in 2002.

You will receive one fat eighth (9" x 26") in the print shown above. If you are looking for other cuts of this print, please click to see the listings below or contact me for a custom listing:
Fat quarter: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/204486395/fat-quarter-rosa-h-delicate-rose-liberty

*****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 £3.95 per fat eighth, or £31 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. *****

SOME THINGS YOU MIGHT LIKE TO KNOW
- I have a vast personal stash of Liberty - I might not always be able to track down yards and yards of a very old print (I often can), but I can often part with some from my personal stash.
- Please read my shop policies if there is anything you want to know about delivery times/refunds etc.
- 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 (all packaging is recycled and/or recyclable).
- I run my home from a green tariff, use up every tiny last scrap of fabric, and generally try to keep the environmental impact of my shop as low as possible.