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The Liberty Colouring Book

The Liberty Colouring Book
Written by coloringqueen
The Liberty Colouring Book by Liberty
Published by Viking on October 29th 2015
Style: double page printing
Format: Card cover with fold out
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Make your mark on a stunning collection of patterns from the Liberty archive - in this beautifully designed, pocket-sized adult colouring book
In 1875, Arthur Lasenby Liberty began selling imported fabrics from a small shop on London's Regent Street. Today, Liberty is London's best-loved department store and its cutting edge design studio remains at the forefront of fashion across the world.
The Liberty Colouring Book is a unique opportunity to reimagine Liberty's iconic patterns in your own personal style.
Lose yourself in paisleys and florals - and fall in love with your favourite Liberty prints all over again.

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The Liberty Colouring Book:  Adult Colouring Book Review

The Liberty colouring book has been produced by the Liberty of London textile company.    They have reviewed their archives and created a book of patterns to colour in.   I have been familiar with Liberty of London fabrics for a number of years.   At one stage, I purchased a lot of their materials to make quilts with.    I was expecting to see a lot of florals in their book and I was not disappointed.

The Liberty colouring book is small, measuring 18cm x 13cm.    It is a great size to carry around with you.   The book has a beautiful heavy card cover with gold highlights.    On the inner cover there is some purple outlined art for you to color in, based on the cover image.

The paper is good quality and whilst thicker than a lot of coloring books is not thick enough to withstand markers.   The images are all printed on both sides of the paper.    There is a great range of  images in the book, flowers, paisleys, birds, whimsical scenes, leaves and patterns.

The line work on the designs is very clear, sharp, black.  However, because the book is small, some of the art work will be very challenging for all colorists to color.    There is a lot of fine detail in many of the designs that may be a problem if you have a visual or motor impairment, or lack patience like I do 🙂

The Liberty Colouring Book  Video Review

Check out the video review of the Liberty colouring book and let me know what you think:

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Happy coloring x

Lea

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About the author

coloringqueen

I’m Lea and I love everything to do with coloring! If it is a coloring book, a poster or even a bookmark that you can color in, I’m all over it. Of course, a girl has to have some pencils, markers, gelly rolls, pastels and what not to make those pictures pretty and I love those as well.

Whilst my coloring style lacks skill, I am enthusiastic and focused on enjoying the moment and having fun.

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