Liberty Art Fabrics

Liberty Art Fabrics was established in London in 1875 by Arthur Lasenby Liberty.

The exquisite cotton sourced from Lake Tana in Ethiopia became the foundation for Liberty Tana Lawn fabric, considered to be the Rolls Royce of cotton fabric. Like a Rolls Royce, Liberty Tana Lawn is a 'high end' fabric and is priced accordingly.

The extremely fine, even, tight weave allows the fabric to take a very finely detailed print, even down to the smallest scale. The exquisite, finely detailed designs from hand carved woodcuts offer a palette of fabulous colour.  100% cotton Tana Lawn is often confused with silk because of its beautiful drape and feel. Yet it is surprisingly tough and durable. The fabric has no selvedge and is 137cm (54") wide.