The Liberty Book of Home Sewing Hardcover – Illustrated, 3 Oct 2011
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Full of stunning photography of glorious Liberty prints, it's worth it just to drool over
--Image Interiors & Living, July 2011
We've long coveted Liberty's signature prints. Now you can make the most of its motifs and unleash your creativity...and transform the simple-to-follow patterns into bespoke home accessories --Elle Decoration, November 2011
How to make everything from cushions to iPhone cases --Sunday Times Style, October, 9 2011
Beautiful makes inspired by Liberty fabrics
--Sainsbury's magazine, November 2011
About the Author
Since the 1880s Liberty has produced its iconic Art Fabrics. Today, just as 100 years ago, Liberty Art Fabrics is synonymous with superlative quality. Shopping at Liberty is an experience to savour: artful displays, exciting collections and luxe labels all add to a wonderfully eccentric atmosphere. In 2010 Liberty was voted number one in Time Out s list of London s 50 best shops. Showcasing the best of Liberty Art Fabrics, the projects in this book have been realised and instructions written by Lucinda Ganderton, an experienced designer.
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Beautiful fabric covered hardback. brightly coloured inviting even the non-sewer to take a look inside!.
Well written, good illustrations. a page turner for those who love working with fabric.
From Roman blinds to tote bags the book is full of ideas and easy to follow instructions.
I suggest that despite your eagerness do make sure that you read the opening pages to enter the world of Liberty and its origins. Fascinating. A book to respect and keep safe for readers in a future lifetime, a modern heirloom perhaps!.
It has lots of pretty tasks to perform but they have relatively little use.