Colouring is a great activity for days spent indoors, a brain-soother known to boost relaxation and improve focus. Here we introduce the second in our series of downloadable PDFs – designed for you to print and colour at home, these pages are drawn from a host of favourite Liberty Fabrics prints. Appealing for both adults and older children, and totally free to download, these Liberty designs are all set to be reimagined by eager pens and pencils. Get ready to put your own stamp on our best-loved Liberty prints.
ANIMALS IN THE BUILDING
The Liberty flagship store is woven with magical details – for example, the menagerie of carved wooden animals who perch on the bannisters and balconies. Found most prominently on the third-floor atrium, these animals are imagined to come alive and cause mischief in the store at night.
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Far Away Paisley draws inspiration from an archival Liberty scarf design dating from the mid-‘70s. It features Egyptian-inspired palm trees and fan leaves, in a rich interpretation of a classic teardrop design.
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Drawn from an archival print dating from 1916, Imran was originally based on Indian and Persian miniatures. This print is typical of the Eastern-inspired styles created by Western designers in the early 20th century.
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Tree Tops is a novelty conversational print, hand-drawn in pen in the Liberty Fabrics studio for the seasonal Autumn/Winter 2018 collection. It depicts a troupe of naughty monkeys swooping between palm trees, snatching bananas and watermelons from one another.
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Adelajda is a whimsical print of tiny snowflakes and scattered stars, arranged across dense circles sweeping up into dramatic trails. This design was originally created for the seasonal studio collection for Autumn/Winter 2011, soon joining the Contemporary Classics range in 2018.
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