Monday is all About Fabric – #90 – Liberty Society

Today’s post is part of a series on this blog every Monday.

I don’t know about you, but fabric is EVERYTHING!  I love buying it, petting it and then gushing with you about it.  I’ll show you my latest fabric purchases and where you can buy it too.  

To view all previous posts in this series, click here.




I’ve got two Liberty Society bundles to show you today.  They arrived a week or so apart and always ready to pretty up my mailbox.  I have a habit of squealing when I read the Ava + Neve label on the envelope knowing what deliciousness awaits me.




Today’s fabric picks

Liberty Society is a monthly subscription club.  You receive 10 prints every month.  The club is designed to help you build your Liberty stash economically.  Ready more details about Liberty Society here.  Lust over all things Liberty here.

Here’s what we are looking at:


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Ava & Neve Liberty Art Fabrics Brisbane

I’ve been receiving the Liberty Society club bundles now since early spring 2017 and I’m so happy to be a member of this club.  I love these beautiful florals arriving at my door each month.  Visit Ava and Neve here and get yourself a subscription.



Betsy (the multicolored floral on top) always makes me happy.  It’s definitely my favorite Liberty print, but I’m also loving the Summer Blooms print (lighter aqua with white).  It’s such a pretty shade of turquoise.  The Tree Tops fabric (pink and red at bottom) is also luscious with color.

My Liberty prints are starting to pile up once more.  I’ve got a custom Liberty quilt coming up to make, but I’m not crazy about the background chosen by the buyer, so I doubt I’ll end up showing it to you.

Still I’d like to make a Liberty quilt of my own choosing.  Something simple like a trip around the world quilt or similar.

I did get all my Liberty sorted into rainbow color and my basket is quite stunning if I do say so myself.


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This Week

Later this week I’ll be showing off my latest Dresden plate quilt.  That pale one I was going on about earlier.

Have a good one!



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