Monday is all about Fabric – #28 – September Liberty Society

It’s that time of the month again.  That time when I open my mailbox, squeal with delight, and the fabric petting begins.

Ava and Neve’s Liberty Society has arrived once more.

This time looking seriously Fall inspired.  It’s September, and even way down here in the deep Deep South we are already seeing a change in the weather.  Morning and nights have cooled with tiny nips in the air.  I’ve even been taking my tea outside without breaking a sweat.  It’s time.  Everyone’s ready for the change.  Are you?

Just in case you are new to my blog

The Liberty Society is a monthly fabric club from Ava & Neve.  As a member, each month you receive 10 pieces of Liberty of London’s Tana lawn fabrics.  These fabrics are like no other.  They are cotton lawn, so they have this lush, delicate feel to them.  They work like magic in a quilt.  If you are an addict of tiny florals, these are the fabrics you have been looking for and will fall hopelessly, madly in love with.  You want these fabrics in your stash.  You need these fabrics in your stash.  Become a member of the Liberty Society here.

Here’s What We Are Looking At


Ed  /  Slimmer Blooms  /  Hedgerow B  /  Wild Cats  /  Glenjade GP  /  Yoshie A  /  Fancy Free  /  Mythical Forest B  /  Capel  /  Wiltshire B

Get your own Liberty Society Subscription here.

Liberty Society bundles contain fabrics that are not always available outside the subscription, so that’s why you are seeing some of them not linked above.  Each month the bundles are curated by the sweet ladies of Ava and Neve.  If you haven’t done so, please check out their loooooooovely shop here.

Just an update on my current Liberty quilt:  You remember I’m learning to sew curves and using my Liberty fabrics to make my first curve quilt.  It’s slow going.  Like really slow.  Because I keep stopping, but I’ll get there.  Eventually.

How about a round up of luscious Liberty fabric makes? (etsy love)


One / Two / Three / Four / Five / Six


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