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While fabric shopping the other day, I came across a group of Liberty of London fabrics that I had never seen before.  In a slightly heavier cotton than their traditional Tana Lawn, these fabrics have a striking, rustic quality that immediately appealed to me.  Each is in vivid colors and patterns reminiscent of Japanese woodblock prints.

Cornflower is the first sheath in a series of three.  Bright blue cornflowers pop against an inky black background, sprinkled with white polka dots.  An aquamarine blue silk dupioni sash highlights the waist.  The deep v-neck of the bodice is accentuated by a lavish silver chain necklace, dripping with Japanese Magatama glass beads in black and shades of blue. 

This fashion is modeled on a Silkstone, but will also fit Fashion Royalty dolls.

If interested in purchasing this fashion, please email me


Cornflower 006

Cornflower 007

Cornflower 010

About hwesterv

Designer of couture fashions in 1/6 scale

15 responses »

  1. Gorgeous!! It looks beautiful on Ms. Joan too. 🙂

  2. Oh yeah, I can see why you had to snap this fabric up!

    I love your nod to the Japanese woodblock print with the silky sash that is hinting at “kimono”

  3. Lovely ! Like a painted peacock ! xo

  4. What a gorgeous print, those blue cornflowers are so lovely! The addition of the blue sash was a perfect call.

  5. Hilda,

    It is lovely. The fabric is so pretty and the colors look wonderful on this doll. Can’t wait to see the other two in the series.

  6. J’aime beaucoup cette poupée et la robe lui va à merveille. Le collier est très joli aussi.


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