Quilt Patterns for Liberty of London Tana Lawn

Liberty of London fabric bundles
Liberty of London tana lawn fabrics are some of the most lovely fabrics you can purchase.  We are proud to carry this lovely fabrics at Pink Castle Fabrics!  We love them so much we have a
Liberty of London Fabric Club that is perfect for Liberty Lovers who make quilts! Many of you may already be in our Liberty of the month club and have collected a nice stash and are looking for projects to create!  I have put together a list of a few of my favorite quilt patterns and small projects made with Liberty of London Tana Lawn fabrics!
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 Aerial Grove Quilt by Carolyn Friedlander


WOW!  Talk about beautiful!  This lovely quilt is a pattern called Aerial Grove from Carolyn Friedlander’s book Savor Each Stitch.  This is perfect for Liberty of London fabric bundles or Liberty scrap packs!

The chambray fabrics that Carolyn uses in this quilt work perfectly with the bright floral Liberty prints.  And you really need to check out the hand quilting!  So lovely!

Members of our Liberty London Club can start making this project right away!  Each month you can hand stitch a row or squircles!







 Liberty Lawn Fancy Fox Quit by Elizabeth Hartman

Liberty of London Fancy Fox Quilt by Elizabeth Hartman

I love the Fancy Fox pattern by Elizabeth Hartman!  I think it’s ultra cute.  AND the blocks are flexible, you can make just a few blocks for a sweet baby quilt or a small pillow or you can create a lovely bed quilt in any size!

In the quilt shown Elizabeth uses an Essex Linen fabric for the background by Robert Kaufman.  I love the way this looks with the bright floral liberty tana lawn!

This is another great pattern to make with a Liberty scrap pack!  If you have the Liberty Club you can get 3 foxes from one fat eighth of Liberty fabrics!

Liberty Lawn Chevron Quilt by Made Peachy

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I love Liberty of London blues! Every season they come out with a great selection of lovely true blue fabrics.  Of couse right now these denim shades are particularly popular!  Paired with a bright white solid fabric (like Cotton Supreme Solid in Optical White) and you get a really nice pop on the zig zags!

A great plus to this pattern is that it is FREE!  That’s right!  Made Peachy has step by step instructions on how to create this lovely bed quilt (it can easily be downsized too).  It might be a little confusing for those of you not used to metric measurements.  BUT it’s the same method as this also FREE Zig Zag quilt pattern by Moda.









Liberty Quilt by She Quilts a Lot


This is a simple and beautiful quilt pattern using Liberty fabrics!  AND it’s another FREE pattern!  Adding some coordinating solids to the mix makes this simple design really work.  I love that the fabrics she chose are monochomatic as well!  These would make the sweetest baby quilts.

Liberty and Crochet Quilt by Tied With a Ribbon

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It’s amazing how a detail like the crochet border on this simple baby quilt really takes it up a notch!  Simple sqaures of pink florals and a feminine border!

Even without the edging (you can find some patterns here) this simple and quick baby quilt made from the super soft and silky Liberty Lawns will make a great gift.

This is another pattern that is perfect for a Liberty of London fabric bundle!










There are so many great quilt patterns out there that would look amazing with Liberty of London tana lawns!  Be sure to tag us on Instagram or link a blog post in the comments if you have used Liberty fabrics from our shop in a quilt or other small project!

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