I wasn't kidding when I said the Libery store was overwhelming. It was huge.
I didn't realize how many types of Liberty fabric there is. There was a lot of the lawn, of course, but there was also corduroy, silk, knits, and other types.
This store had a lot of lawn pre-cut in 3 meter lengths.
I ended up choosing two pre-cuts, one of which was not Liberty and therefore much cheaper. (There was one short shelf of non-Liberty fabrics.) I also got a 4 yard cut of the multicolored paisely and a 2 yard cut of the orange paisely.
The trees fabric is not Liberty, but I loved it so much. The fabric feels like it might also be a lawn.
Back in Bristol, I also found a store that has a lot of patterend bias tape. I don't really enjoy making my own, so I was thrilled to find these.
I bought the stack on the right one day, and then went back later to get the stack on the left. I'm planning to use the thicker orange dot to bind a quilt, and I've already put the red dot tape to use.