The Medium You Gave Me Liberty (reverse) Silk Square


60 × 60 cm

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‘You gave me Liberty’…..

Growing up in a family with both Fine Art and Dressmaking history, Ailish turns her attention to her mother and her enduring love of Liberty fabric. Juxtaposing modern materials such as plastics as well as Liberty Print fragments, she created one off pieces as a celebration of her familial bonds. The pieces were then reworked into printable files.

This version shows a different side to the pattern.

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Silk Satin, printed in the UK and Hand Rolled using the traditional method.

Size: 60cm x 60cm

Size Guide

Notes on it’s use:

Frameable piece
Head shawl
Table runner
Wrap / Beach cover-up

Dimensions 60 × 60 cm
Care Instructions:

Spot Clean
Iron on reverse


Inspired by her mothers love of Liberty Print, this design is a marriage of a facial collage based on the artists mother, coupled with tiny fragments of her own drawings of floral patterns. This has been developed into a repeat format to print and create pieces like the one you witness here.

Cost Time
Mainland UK £4.00 4 day(s)
UK Highlands and Islands £4.00 4 day(s)
Western Europe £.00 NA
Rest of Europe £.00 NA
USA and Canada £.00 NA
Far East / Australia-NZ £.00 NA
Worldwide £18.00 10 day(s)

Artist Return Policy : This item can be returned.

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Ailish H

Ailish is a practicing artist who has had two solo exhibitions to date, one in London and another in the North East of England. Printed Textiles is Ailish’s main focus. Using her original works, she develops them into digital files. A British based fabric printing company is then assigned to print the designs on her favoured cloth. She uses this digitally printed material to create Scarves, Pocket Squares, wall mountable art and jewellery. As a practitioner she sees this as a crucial move forward; “one off” art can now be available for a wider audience to view and collect. Coupled with this, the fabric she prints serves as a durable catalogue of her design highlights.

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