Liberty Fabrics
Tana Lawn Cotton Since the late 1890s Liberty has been experimenting with cotton lawn, a smooth plain weave prized for its ultra-soft and durable qualities. In the early 1930s, Liberty’s then-Cotton Buyer William Hayes Dorell helped to establish a new Liberty signature, Tana Lawn cotton – and a brand legend was born. The ground-breaking product was named after Lake Tana in Ethiopia, where its unique long-staple cotton fibres originated. Back in the UK the silk-like threads were spun into lustrous form, printed with colourful ink, and turned into a material that would change the textile industry forever.Tana is made from specially selected ultra-fine long staple cotton, woven from 70 and 100 ply yarns and subjected to a lengthy series of preparations to ensure its distinctive qualities of handle, lustre and stability. It has a thread count of 240.

Care Details
Cold Delicate Machine Wash.
Belgravia Silk Satin Dyed by Liberty experts in Italy onto the 16 momme Belgravia silk satin – a fabric prized for its lustrous drape and fluidity, along with its luminously high-shine surface.

Care Details
Cold Hand Wash.
Norfolk Jersey The design is expertly printed onto our beautifully smooth Norfolk cotton jersey. Super-soft and versatile, Norfolk jersey is well-suited to creating a wide range of daywear, lounge and childrenswear pieces. It has good stretch retention and deep colour penetration, drapes beautifully and can even be washed in the machine – a practical, beautiful all-rounder.

Care Details
Cold Machine Wash

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