Liberty specialist Alice Caroline has launched two brand-new Liberty collections for autumn/winter 2017. Little Land of Rhyme is a playful collection of 16 original Liberty designs for childrenswear and nursery projects.
Inspired by much-loved traditional rhymes, the range includes a pretty garden scene from ‘Mary, Mary Quite Contrary’, complete with silver bells and bright cockleshells, as well as designs inspired by 'The House That Jack Built' and 'Goosey Goosey Gander'.
Garden of Temptation is a vibrant celebration of nature's harvest, depicting ripening fruits, freshly picked veg and decadent delicacies, and is accompanied by a selection of plain Tana Lawn fabrics in complementary colours.
Alice Garrett, owner of Alice Caroline, says: ‘It’s always lots of fun when a swatch book for a new Liberty collection arrives in the post!
'I just love the sweet florals and nursery rhyme theme in the Little Land of Rhyme collection – these prints are going to be really lovely for my sewing and quilting customers. ’
To browse the full range from both collections, as well as over 500 carefully curated Liberty fabrics and a range of patterns, notions, kits and accessories,
Thanks to the lovely folk at Alice Caroline, we’re offering two readers the chance to win a six-fat quarter bundle of Little Land of Rhyme fabrics. The bundle retails at £31.20, but for a chance to win one, just visit our competition page and answer a very simple question.
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