This cover features a beautiful Liberty Print textile from the venerable British fabric brand Liberty Fabrics. Lucy Locket is a fine, floral design based on a Liberty fabric from 1930’s. In 2012, the flowers of the original design were reduced to a smaller size, and the design was reintroduced into the Eternal Collection, a collection of standard designs popular in Japan. Lucy Locket appears on Liberty Fabrics’ own "Tana Lawn" material, a meticulously processed cotton fabric with vibrant colors and a uniquely silken feel. The beige faux-leather interior and pen holdercomplete the cover’s elegant look.
Note: The Hobonichi Cousin is Japanese language only. If you prefer an English language diary, please take a look at the A6 Hobonichi Planner.
About Liberty Fabrics: Liberty Fabrics is a printed fabric brand from England founded in 1875 by Arthur Lasenby Liberty (1843-1917), who discovered the beauty of Japanese art during a World’s Fair in London in the 19th century. The company originated as a small import shopwith oriental ornaments and fabrics. The delicate silk and intricate hand-dyed art were praised by followers of the Art Nouveau movement, and in the 1880’s, Liberty began printing high-quality cotton textiles as a way to recreate sturdy versions of thedelicate Eastern silks. This is the original of Liberty Print, which has created intricate prints bursting with color and complex designs ever since. Due to the construction of the cover, the material along the spine may become slack when the cover is opened flat.
Quantity per pack:
1 Hobonichi Planner; 1 Cover