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Gifting with Flarrs is easy! 

 Not sure what size to go for? Choose an immediately available digital gift card, and it'll be emailed straight to you or your chosen recipient. 

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Liberty Fabrics – original British design since 1875

Shortly after opening on Regent Street London in 1875, Arthur Liberty became renowned for his silks. By the 1890s Liberty Fabrics was a byword for the very best of avant-garde textile design. Today, every bolt of Liberty fabric is the product of a bespoke production process: hand drawn or painted by the in-house design team in London, Soho. Transformed onto fabric at Liberty’s own Italian printing mill, near Lake Como. Liberty Fabrics are created by skilled technicians who oversee the production of over 300 different designs every year.

A famous masterpiece of fabric technology, Tana Lawn™ is fine, cool and durable with a silk-like feel.

 Made from specially selected ultra-fine, long staple Egyptian cotton, its bespoke process has been fine-tuned by Liberty Fabrics experts over the last 100 years. The qualities of the weave provide a brilliant base material on which to print Liberty’s lustrous textile designs. Today, Tana Lawn™ continually evolves as Liberty Fabrics works with new technologies and processes to ensure it maintains its reputation as the best printed cotton available.

Liberty Print Pockets!

Tansy & Tillie Flarrs Fleece Pockets are trimmed with Liberty Fabrics' Betsy Print.


Betsy is a small stylised floral design, created in 1933 – it was designed by the mysterious ‘DS’, who also created many other favourite Tana prints.


Flora Flarrs Fleece Pockets are trimmed with Liberty Fabrics' Felicité Print.


Felicité is a rose trail design designed for Liberty Fabrics, also in 1933, by the same designer as the Betsy print known only as D.S.