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New Arrivals Round Up 11/22/19

Release Date: Friday, November 22nd

New DBP prints, French Terry and crochet sweater knit!!

See what our talented sewists were inspired to make!

They're all in the new arrivals section of the website right now.


We're Winter-Bound!

It's time to admit, Winter is coming! (or may already be here!)

Find new fabrics for your Winter wardrobe and gift makes here: new arrivals

Faded Rose French Terry

Diane made a cozy cowl sweater with the Sinclair Nova pattern.

Brittanie is so clever using the reverse (looped) side of this french terry for her coordinate. She made the Heidi and Finn Lotus Sweater.

Sarah (Resident Zipper Expert) made a warm winter cowl'd hoodie with the Finnleys Jordis pattern.

Laura and her sister have matching winter 5oo4 Weekender Tunics!

Kendel made the Annelaine Tangerine. I love Charlie's style!

Himalayan Sea Salt French Terry

Wendy is also on board with cowl tunics for Winter. She used the Phat Quarters Monterey Pattern.

Jay made a pair of Lowland Kids Raglans (free pattern!). Looks like she's being rewarded with a couple of willing garden helpers!

Keri made the George and Ginger Monna hoodie. So many different patterns for cozy winter looks!

Blue Vintage French Terry

Lakeisha made the Ellie and Mac Fall in Love Sweater. The cross hem detail is so fun!

Rachel used the Ellie and Mac Be Creative for this hoodie. She used the reverse side for the coordinate too, how creative! I love the added cut file! I wonder how many times per day she's going to be stopped in the grocery store and asked where she bought this sweater! She had enough left to make a tee so Dad isn't left out of this release round too!

Sonia used the Vintage Blue French terry for both bottoms and top! She used the reverse side for these Ellie and Mac kids joggers.

Laura made her nephew a smart looking tee using the reverse side for the neckband and cuffs.

Kendel is my fall goals with her Ellie and Mac "To the Point" hacked to have a button accent.

Blush Crochet Sweater Knit

Kelle made the Halla Soho Top and Toby K Patterns Dinkytown Beanie (free pattern). This is how I picture the perfect winter!

Kendel made a pair of 5oo4 Mable Ruffle tunics with cowls.

Rachel made Mommy and Me cardigans. Mom's is the Annelaine Coffee and Tea and her Little's is the Ellie and Mac Chapman Cardigan. The pop of olive for the bands looks so great too!

Denim Crochet Sweater Knit

Brittanie used the crochet for the skirt of the Brindle and Twig Gathered Raglan dress. Looks like she "hearts" it!

Wendy self drafted this unique skirt. I'm so impressed!

Kelle made the George and Ginger Rulo. The lightweight crochet is perfect for the dramatic sleeves!

Black 2x2 Rib Knit

Keri made the Millicent Joy Aster Sweater with the 2x2 rib knit. Super versatile!

Lakeisha used the Runenstein Pull Over pattern for her perfect casual Fall look.

Kendel shared the love and hacked the Annelaine Mark tee to add a zipper and hood.

Jill is elegant with this Love Notions Forte.

Jess made a Little Lizard King Sausalito - it looks so comfortable!

Ripley DBP

Shakita used the Rad Choose your own adventure crop top and added the Marsha skirt. The Ripley fabric is such a great weight of fabric, it can be so many versatile makes!

Gwen used the 5oo4 Sheila from the basics line for her winter staple.

Black/Ivory Dots DBP

Diane added fun modified sleeves to the Ellie and Mac Sweetie Pie Dress. Her vision was so perfect for this fabric, I think I'm going to need to copy it!

Michelle used the Love Notions Sloan and Leggings to make this little ladybug's day!

Diana is so vintage and elegant in her Sitting Pretty (Ellie and Mac) top!

Heather used the Ellie and Mac Southshore Romper for a striking, fashionable outfit! I'm so jealous of everyone's eye for style with these dots!


All of these New Arrival fabrics are marked down until Monday, November 25, 2019 !

Plus, check out the new pattern that just released from Amelia Lane Designs. Yes, A PATTERN! Read about it here.


Share, inspire and be inspired in the Amelia Lane Designs Facebook Group!

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