I have some Varuna wool fabric which I bought from a small shop locally quite a few years ago. I think it is Liberty seconds but it did have a label on which I have since lost.
I don’t have a use for it any more and want to sell it on a local Facebook craft page. I did try to sell it on Ebay but the buyer returned it saying it wasn’t Liberty. As I had bought it in good faith as Liberty I just had to refund him but it has knocked my confidence in the fabric.
Is there any way if I put a picture on that someone can tell me. It is ever so slightly more crepey than the normal Varuna wool but it has the typically Liberty flowers and paisley bits, it is very vibrant.
I have only just found this forum and website too.PS: I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO UPLOAD AN IMAGE INTO THIS COMMENT, JUST TRIED! I DON’T KNOW WHAT AN URL IS.
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