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Liberty of London turn their iconic prints in to cross stitch in their new book and we've got two projects, including decorative stickers and cross stitch frames for you to try at home. We've also got six copies up for grabs!

Win the book (UK only)

To win a copy of the book, simply leave a copy below telling us what your favourite department in Liberty of London is? If you haven't visited the store, just visit their website and let us know what things you see and love.

Congratulations to our winners Emily, Jenny, Celia, Andrea, Mo and Violet.


You can pick up a copy of the book now from Search Press now »




It is impossible to choose a singel depatment!! The whole store is a crafters personal heaven. I could wonder around all day just ooohhhiiingggg and aaahhhhiiinnngggg!!! Even the tiolets are gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!
craftyphoenix · Phoenix, Arizona, US
I've never been to the store, but when I went to the website, the Fabric department immediately caught my eye. I didn't even look at anything else! Not even shoes! Guess I'm a die hard crafter!!! LOL
Andrea S.
Andrea S.
The stationary department left my 10 year old daughter speechless with excitement the first time I took her there. We both share a love of all things paper related!
Me · San Ramon, California, US · 7 projects
The fabrics department is gorgeous.
kiddo · Corryton, Tennessee, US · 133 projects
I love the Wovenoak - E And L Hillier
Pilgrim Jaal Cushion.
Celia H.
Celia H. · Ruislip, England, GB
I know it's only there at the end of the year but the Christmas department is amazing! They have the most beautiful decorations and the little Christmas gift shop off to the side has some great finds, I always end up spending a fortune. x
Mo · Verwood, England, GB · 8 projects
Has to be the fabric department. I could just live and die there!!!!
Jenny B.
Jenny B. · Hatfield Heath, England, GB
The Interiors department contains all the perfect sub departments - Haberdashery for my cross stitch needs and kitchen & dining for all my baking, creating & healthy eating needs!
Emily G.
Emily G. · Nottingham, England, GB
The classic fabrics section. They make fantastic looking dresses. Happy

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