Liberty fabric sale is now on with fabrics at discount prices

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Liberty fabric sale is now on with fabrics at discount prices

Choosing your fabric is one of the best bits of sewing – and the Liberty fabric sale is a great place to do it. There's so much Liberty fabric to choose from in the sale, with reductions of up to 50% off your favourite prints .

Whether you're looking for an opulent silk or a pretty cotton, you're bound to find something you love for your next sewing project.

If you've been inspired by the Great British Sewing Bee to get into sewing and dressmaking, a cotton is a great place to start. It's more forgiving than other fabrics and has less stretch, making it easier to work with. Cotton is perfect for new cushion covers to give your home a summer lift, or use it to make a pretty dress to wear on holiday.

If you're a more experienced sewist, there are gorgeous linen and silk prints to choose from. Or if you're a beginner crafter, why not try our Liberty shoe laces pattern to give some old trainers a new lease of life.

Liberty is known for its iconic fabrics with beautiful designs. There are 50,000 fabrics in the Liberty archive and are loved by crafters across the world for making clothes and accessories for the home.

We've rounded up our favourite Liberty fabrics from the sale to inspire you – the prints are so varied, there's something for every style and craft project. Each fabric is priced per metre.

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This classic Liberty design is now available on silk – the original product when the department store first opened its doors in 1875. The Willow Wood is inspired by William Morris' 1877 Willow pattern and updated with fresh, intense colours.

We'd buy this fabric just for the name! And the print is equally as lovely, featuring cupids floating across flowers and swirls. It's perfect for a spring blouse.

We love a gingham – and this one has been beautifully updated in Tana Lawn. This collection interprets the alphabet in surreal graphic patterns. It's perfect for a final winter sewing project.

We want to cover everything in the Bronwyn crepe de chine – and now it's better than half price per metre. It would look gorgeous sewn into wide-leg trousers, or a beautiful statement dress for a wedding.

This silk is inspired by the city of Athens, and is guaranteed to elevate your next sewing project. The motifs are layered on top of each other to create the striking effect – it would look fabulous as a wrap skirt or slip dress.

The Windsor Ribbon cotton is part of Liberty's London collection, inspired by iconic landmarks and British traditions. This would look fabulous as a tablecloth, for an opulent finish to your dinner spread.

This dreamy fabric featuring fantastical and drawn moons, stars, dandelions, paper airplanes, planets, rockets and trees would make a fabulous pair of children or adults' pyjamas.

This pretty poppy pattern has a chic retro feel. Worked on a silk base, it would make a stylish scarf or neck tie – or even a fabulous dress.

Salters Forest is an enchanting autumnal print. The fabric is perfect for all your quilt and patchwork projects.

This lovely rose floral is a classic and has proved popular with Liberty Fabric lovers across the world. It would look beautiful as a silk scarf or necktie, or as a chic spring blouse.

This striking geometric design, brandishing a thunderbolt, is part of the Universe selection in Liberty's Autumn/Winter 2023 collection. The fabric would look fabulous transformed into a dress or a shirt as it would some bright cushions.

Described as "a sweeping tour across sea, land, and heavens, shot through with captivating mythic imagery and symbolism to ignite the imagination", this fabric can be used to create everything from shirts, skirts, tops or scrunchies.

This dramatic Aphrodite’s Rose Tana Lawn cotton focuses on the goddess's symbol of the rose, giving the illusion of roses submerged underwater. It would look stunning as a blouse or tea dress.

This delicate floral design is so pretty and understated – it would make a dainty tablecloth or napkins.

Welcome to the mythical, watery world of Neptune’s kingdom. This could make a statement table cloth.

This canopy design is the perfect fabric for any nature lover. The camouflage tree design is inspired by one of Liberty's earliest landscape design patterns. It would look lovely worked into a pair of children's pyjamas.

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Liberty fabric sale is now on with fabrics at discount prices

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