William Morris Anemone (Blue) - Liberty Style Pima Lawn
Price is per HALF metre. 1 unit = 0.5metres. For 1.5metres, add 3 units.
All cut length orders are sent as one continuous length.
Composition: 100% Cotton
Width: 140cm / 55inch
Pattern repeat: 8.5cm / 3.3inch
This true Liberty style classic was designed as part of Liberty Fabrics Classics collection that started in 1979, created to champion the most well-known and iconic designs from the Liberty archive, all year round. This heritage design epitomises the ditsy florals we know and associates with Liberty Lawn.
William Morris Anemone, based on an original Morris Arts & Crafts design. This classic Morris design features beautiful blue anemone flowers surrounded by curling and intertwining foliage in a beautiful sage green tone. Black outlines add definition to the whole design which is a true masterpiece. The fine details in this design are quite enchanting from the masterfully drawn foliage to the tiny stamens inside the lush flowers.
Boasting all the wonderful attributes of Pima lawn; soft and smooth with a delicate and drapey handle. It's perfect for projects with gathers, pin-tucks and smocking, Which are very on-trend in designs inspired by '70s fashions.
With all the wonderful characteristics of Liberty style lawn; soft, smooth, light and drapey yet stable width and lengthwise with good bias stretch. This iconic fabric is perfect for pretty shirts and blouses and summer or autumnal dresses with fine gathered and pleated skirts. We love the Wildergown by The Friday Pattern Company or Marilla Walker's Belemnite Dress.
Imagine wearing a superbly tailored shirt in this stunner teamed with a classic neat wool pencil skirt in a beautiful blue tone with a matching neat boxy jacket, perfect!
Another beautiful fabric, as soft as silk. I was looking for a nice fabric with green colours to compliment my tendency to choose blues. The print/design detail on this fabric is far better than a photo on the website can capture, absolutely gorgeous. I bought this fabric to make the Coram T-shirt by Allie Olson, and bought some more to make 2 to 3 patterns in total. This fabric is an affordable luxury!