After KCWC Spring 2012, sewing plans have not stopped around here and I’m finding myself with a renew motivation for embracing some “almost forgotten” projects.
If you follow me on Flickr you are probably already well-acquainted with my love for Liberty.
What I haven’t shown so far is my Liberty stash.
Just in case you wonder, IT IS possible to collect liberty fabrics.
And mine is a very small collection (considering all the gorgeous liberty prints available …).
I’m not lying if I say I could spend hours looking at all the gorgeous prints and colors and feeling the soft touch of Tana Lawn.
Liberty makes me happy.
I have some of the prints in various color ways.
Usually I’m not to keen on seasonal prints, but every season I tried to grab a new print (even if it’s from their much-loved classic Tana Lawn collection).
As a “liberty collector” (lol) this is obviously a difficult moment for me. One should not use liberty lightly 🙂
I pick both the pattern and the print very carefully (and always measure twice before cutting).
But last Christmas the plans for my liberty stash were suddenly revised.
I got the new Liberty book and was inspired.
Suddenly, I have a new project to look forward and I just know my Liberty will be out of the cupboard and put to use very soon.
That’s a promise!
PS. In case you wish to know (I know my husband would), I’m a very sensitive Liberty buyer. Most of my liberty comes from eBay auctions (lots of luck and patience involved in the process) and from Shaukat (online Liberty outlet).