A key Victorian motif and prominent emblem of the Aesthetic Movement of the 1880s, the elegant peacock has graced Liberty dress, scarf and furnishing fabrics in its may guises throughout the years. The earliest version of the this striking conversational appears in a Liberty silk book dating from 1925. Revived in a much larger scale and recolored in rich, bold palettes during the mid-1980s, this design showcases Liberty's ongoing love affair with these majestic and mysterious creatures.
Liberty of London's iconic Tana Lawn Cotton has incomparable softness and drape due to its fine weave. It is perfect for apparel, it is amazing to English paper piece with and it quilts beautifully.
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Tana Lawn is wider than usual quilting cotton with approximately 52" of useable width per full yard.