Liberty returns to FOQ in 2024 where visitors can learn more about Liberty fabrics and what makes the design institution so special.

Come and meet the designers behind the iconic Liberty fabrics and be the first to see brand-new collections, including their Christmas collection for 2025!

Liberty has been at the cutting-edge of design and decorative arts since 1875. Hand-painted by our in-house design team in the heart of London, our crafting collections are printed on Lasenby cotton, a base that has been developed specifically with crafting in mind. Named after the founder of Liberty, Sir Arthur Lasenby Liberty, Lasenby cotton is made from 100% cotton and printed in our Italian Mill near the banks of Lake Como. Printed using traditional screen-printing techniques that infuses rich colour tones into the fabric, our studio designers’ photographic and painterly creations are brought to life in the most vivid way possible. Soft and smooth, this textile is just the thing you’ll want to snuggle up to on a cold winter’s day or drape across your bed-scape during summer.

The Liberty team look forward to meeting you at the show and sharing insights into the design and production of their world-renowned fabric collection.  Once inspired, you will also be able to purchase Liberty fabrics from a number of retailers at the show.  

What’s new at Liberty

Arthur’s Garden: 2

Inspired by its founder, Arthur Lasenby Liberty’s very own Japanese Garden beckons visitors to step inside this exquisite botanical sanctuary, brimming with flora sourced from distant lands.

Liberty Fabrics’ designers have drawn inspiration from Arthur’s garden and the bloom laden trellises, tumbling blossoms, and ancient gingko trees that made his garden so special. Unwind amongst charming chrysanthemums, marvel at dahlias in full bloom, and see cascading waterfalls passing by blossoming cherry trees. Arthur’s Garden is a tranquil retreat for everyone to enjoy.

Meticulously hand-painted in the Liberty design studio, in the heart of London, and expertly printed in the Liberty Fabrics mill in Italy, the collection is traditionally screen printed onto Lasenby cotton, a base specifically developed for quilting and crafting projects.