Where to Buy Liberty of London Fabric

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37 Comments

  1. Janice says:

    Thanks for all the sources! I totally agree with you. I thought the Target clothing was pretty, but when I touched it I shuddered.

  2. Amber says:

    What a great post!!

  3. Laura says:

    In Michigan, Haberman Fabrics carries select Tana Lawn in store and online (http://habermanfabrics.com/scart/Liberty.htm) It runs around 39.98 a yard (I’ve seen some go for less). I’ve never ordered it, because I live so nearby, so I cannot attest to the speed or care of their shipping, but I know it goes by weight and starts at 4.95.

  4. suburban belle says:

    I bought 2 of the LoL duvets to repurpose the fabric – Paisley and Sixty. Lots of yardage for the price and I actually love both prints.

  5. Kyra says:

    I’ve bought a lot of Liberty cuts from Kat’s Fabrics on eBay.
    http://stores.ebay.com/Katsfabrics?_rdc=1

    There are a lot of small cuts but I’ve found larger ones as well. The prices are very reasonable. She ships as economically as she can and the service has always been personal and excellant.

  6. corentine says:

    For France : the blog you’re talking about is actually managed by STRAGIER, http://www.stragier-couture.com/, a belgian company. Certainly the biggest importer of Liberty in Europe.

    For consumers, we also have in France a few nice websites where it is possible to get interesting prices (bwt 19 and 28€ per meter for tana lawn quality) :
    http://www.lafarandoledestissus.com/
    http://tissusenliberte.canalblog.com/

    And direct from UK you NEED to go see that website :http://www.shaukat.co.uk/

    Hope that helps !

  7. Mary says:

    LOVE Liberty fabric! So glad it’s back in style again, I used to be able to buy from a local fabric store back in the 80s but haven’t seen it in the U.S. until recently, yay and thanks for the sources! My local cool fabric shop said they are getting in a bunch soon: http://fancytiger.com

  8. Amy Hodge says:

    When I was in Portland, OR last summer, Josephine’s had a nice selection as well.

  9. Carmen says:

    In the UK, Shaukat (shaukat.co.uk) offers a really broad selection of fabrics in terms of classic vs. seasonal, but also in a few other types of fabric besides their Tana Lawn. I wouldn’t have thought ordering from the UK would be advantageous to me, but even after converting the currency to Canadian dollars, the prices were really reasonable (around £13 per metre of Tana Lawn). Shipping costs £11 for under 8 metres of fabric, and £21 for under 15 metres! I look forward to ordering from them again!

    (I visited a U.S. Target store over the Easter weekend, and I had been really excited to look at the line. I’m afraid I didn’t care for it! The designs used were okay, but yeah, they seemed to lack some sort of Liberty luxury!)

  10. Brianna says:

    So glad that you posted all of these resources. I didn’t mind the Target collection fabric so much as I disliked the styles (unflattering for my shape), so I decided I would get some Liberty prints and make my own dresses. Thanks for pointing us in the right direction!

  11. Lynne says:

    Thanks for the Australian links!

  12. Karen says:

    Textile Fabrics in Nashville, TN carries them. Children’s Corner, also in Nashville, carries them at $38/yard.

  13. martha brown says:

    In Toronto (Canada) The Workroom carries some Liberty prints! http://www.theworkroom.ca/

  14. http://www.hartsfabric.com has 5 prints and 5 more will arrive in June.

  15. Jeannine says:

    Love your site and all the information you share, so I thought you deserve a little award. i left it on my site for you. Thanks for sharing.

  16. Liza says:

    Westminster manufactures Liberty’s premium quilting weight fabric. Kaffe Fassett works with Liberty to choose designs from their archives and adds his own color touch.
    The first Liberty Art line is available now, the second one is about to be launched.
    GloriousColor.com is proud to sell these glorious fabrics.

  17. melissa says:

    ha! You totally missed http://www.shaukat.co.uk

    I just do not see the appeal of Liberty fabrics at all, but I do know a good deal when I see one!

  18. Shin Ae says:

    Thank you thank you thank you! I’ve been scouring the interwebs on my own, and this is a huge help!

  19. amy says:

    I agree! The womens apparel was gross. What a waste to put it on Polyester! I did like the young girls, swimsuits and accessories though.

  20. B says:

    Brooklyn General in NYC is where I first fell in love…

  21. Gina pina says:

    In Austin, Texas the Common Thread has some! A roll was laying on the cutting table and I couldn’t help but pet it while I was getting other stuff cut.
    Thank you for this list. I know these businesses would appreciate my money much more than Target. If Liberty doesn’t mind lower quality why don’t they sell us their cheaper fabric too?

  22. Lark says:

    I agree with you and others that the Target women’s clothing was especially disappointing. Yucky, not cotton fabric and unflattering blouses. A nice sleeveless dress was only available 4 sizes too big. Wish I could have fit into one of the girls’ skirts! Only picked up a bowl for catching bits on my sewing table; might get one of those milkcrates, too.

  23. karen says:

    i will be adding more of the new spring/summer 2010 prints to to my online shop in the near future and i also sell fat quarters in my etsy shop. custom listings are also most welcome.

  24. CityCraft says:

    For those of you in Texas, CityCraft Modern Fabric Boutique in Dallas will be stocking Liberty prints very soon! We’re currently working on expanding our space, and once official, we will be placing our orders. Keep an eye on our blog for details http://citycraftonline.com/blog

    Callie and the CityCraft team

  25. Lizzie says:

    Thanks so much for the mention of my Liberty article.

    If any of you are ever near Asheville, NC, Waechter’s is well worth a visit.

  26. Colette says:

    Dear True Up,
    thank you for including us in your fine list of Liberty stockists….we are awaiting the latest new season and classic Liberty tana lawns any day now along with Liberty cotton jersey!!!! So excited.

    You can see some Liberty creations here http://tessuti.blogspot.com/search/label/Liberty%20Of%20London

  27. Shuchita says:

    Singapore has some too !!

    Check out Nicole Xavier in Chinatown (near the People’s Park Complex). The other fabric shops there have some pretty prints too (cheaper than Nicole Xavier yet just as whimsical)

  28. laura says:

    In Oakland, CA, Piedmont Fabric carries Liberty, and for fun, ask the owner to tell you what she thinks of Liberty using poly- it’s a good rant! Thanks for all the sources!

  29. Jessie says:

    This shop http://www.etsy.com/shop/hyggeligt has a terrific selection of Liberty of London fabrics!! The woman that owns the shop also has a store located in London, Ontario, Canada, 4-515 Richmond Street, London Ontario – in the lane 519-679-4907. It’s a beautiful new store, Chantal is wonderfully helpful and encouraging.

  30. Marisa says:

    Oh this is such a cool post, I’m linking to it!

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  32. di says:

    Handy post! In Melbourne Australia there is also a pretty comprehensive selection at Amitie, only a couple of suburbs away from Patchwork on Central Park, which leaves me rather spoilt for choice!

    http://amitietextiles.typepad.com/

  33. All pure loveliness. The one with the waves feels like David Lynch’s Blue Velvet.

  34. Megan says:

    There is another source in the UK

    http://www.shaukat.co.uk. O/s postage is approx 10 pounds per 7 m and 20 pounds for about 14m of Tana Lawn

  35. Nadine says:

    Hi there,
    You should mention that all the Liberty Fabric at Britex in San Francisco is $50/yd. Probably the most expensive place I’ve seen it yet!

  36. Sandy says:

    I found it at http://www.hyggeligt.ca – a Canadian company that seems to ship to the US also.