Today is the last post in the 3 part tutorial series on how to make this DIY Liberty fabric book. If you missed part 1 and 2, you can find them here and here. Thanks to Ava & Neve Liberte Courtiers for providing the beautiful Liberty lawn fabrics used in this book.
This post is part 2 of the 3 part tutorial on how to make this DIY Liberty fabric book using your favorite prints. If you missed part 1, please read it here. The beautiful Liberty lawn fabrics used in this book were provided by Ava & Neve Liberte Courtiers.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I was recently contacted by Martina, the owner of Ava & Neve Liberte Courtiers, to collaborate on a Liberty project tutorial. Of course I jumped at the chance to work with all the beautiful Liberty fabrics in Martina’s shop. With Valentine’s Day approaching, what better way to show my love for Liberty fabrics!
I used the fabrics leftover from making the heart to sew a binding piece for the side. Love these prints.
Here is a picture of the inside cover and first page. The print on the first page ( right ) is on of my favorites from the Liberty 2015 Alice in Wonderland collection called Hampton Wedding.
Today I want to introduce Ava & Neve Liberte Courtiers, a lovely shop that just opened in Brisbane, Australia selling Liberty Art fabrics. To readers living outside of Brisbane, fear not, Ava & Neve also sells online at www.avaandneve.com.au and ships internationally. Ava & Neve is currently having a Liberty tana lawn strippy sale on Instagram that will run for this week. The strips measure 20cm x 137cm or about 7.8 in x 54 in and are AU$11 each or 4 for AU$40. All prices include free international shipping. Accounting for AUD/USD exchange rate fees, this translates to roughly US$9 each strip or US$32 for 4 strips. Pop over to Instagram @ava_and_neve to check out the sale.
I love the interior of the store. I hope I can visit in person one day!
Martina, the owner of Ava & Neve, reached out to me recently to work on a collaboration. She sent me these lovely charms to work on a Liberty project tutorial for you. Stay tuned for more details. For now, here’s a sneak peak of the lovely fabric you will be seeing soon.
Thanks for stopping by today. Happy “mad” Liberty shopping!