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New Arrivals Round Up 12/18/19

Release Date: Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

See what our talented sewists were inspired to make!


Athletics for every activity level

Athletics are a variety of fabrics, each varies in its contents (check the listing) but are grouped together because they're well suited for whatever kind of workout your day brings you.

Nylon content makes these fabrics moisture whisking, polyester makes them soft, spandex makes them stretchy and cotton makes them breathable. Check the specific product listing for the content breakdown. Information about UPF rating is also included for each fabric!

Each fabric weight is also listed. Heavier fabrics will be stronger to sew something more compressible (with more negative ease, meaning it's actually smaller than you and designed to stretch when you put it on, like leggings) while lighter fabrics make for cool tops.

Amelia Lane Designs created this handy info sheet to help understand all the fabric bases!


Coordinating colors for more combinations

ALD strives to source fabrics that coordinate so that as you make pieces they'll naturally coordinate with each other.

In keeping that balance, this stocking includes a 4 solids and 3 prints that not only coordinate with each other, they also coordinate with the existing available athletics fabrics from Amelia Lane Designs!

Build your ultimate athletics capsule by pinning the fabrics you would love to pair to a Pinterest board! The product listings have a handy "Pin It" button!



Sonia used Marine solid dri-fit with Meridan print to make this cute colorblocked cowlneck top.

Emily hacked thumbhole cuffs onto the George and Ginger extra top! How clever!

Jess sewed up the Striped Swallow Coachella shorts - so much fun to see different ideas for athletics. I wouldn't have thought of it, but it's perfect!

Laura made a really cut workout set. I love how she added the pop of black in her leggings. So dramatic and elegant!


I'm really excied about this make too - Sarah made the Swoon patterns Denver bag with the Kent fabric. Not only is it gorgeous, it's so handy!

Brittanie made a matching set! She used the Brindle and Twig drawstring leggings pattern.

Kendel used Kent and Teaberry to make this cute half zip. She used the Sonia Estep Designs Hannah pattern.

Diane made these colorful Apostrophe My Fit leggings. So many color options with the Kent fabric!

Heather colorblocked in Simply Purple Jersey Moss with the Kent fabric for this outfit. She used the Nikkita top by Jalie Patterns.


Brittanie made a cute crop top with the new Haven fabric!

Kendel blocked in mesh for these fun hacked Aposrophe My Fit leggings!

Xanadu Dri-Fit

Emily used the MyFit leggings pattern too - hers are solid Xanadu!

Rachel made bottoms for the whole family! Kids grow out of them fast! She used the 5oo4 Ninjas and the Apostrophe MyFit leggings

Marine Dri-Fit

Emily made these Wardrobe by Me Rebel Joggers. It's fun to see the fabric love shared!

Rachel made bottoms for the whole family! Kids grow out of them fast! She used the Mamma Can Do It Fit Pants and the Ellie and Mac Wide Leg Pants.

Teaberry Dri-Fit

Jill mixed Teaberry and Xanadu for this cute outfit!

Simply Purple Jersey Moss

Jan painstakingly handsewed this set when her machine went in for repairs. I see some Kirby, Simply Purple and Teaberry!

Clara made a set of 5k Tees in their school colors!! How spirited!

Sarah shared the fabric love too! She made this Love Notions Dockside Polo in Simply Purple Jersey moss. Jersey moss is so soft. I bet this is quickly becoming a favorite!


All of these New Arrival fabrics are marked down on the website until Sunday, December 22, 2019! No code needed ... but if you have one, say from the newsletter, you can stack that on top of the sale! Shop quick! They're 20% off !

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

You can always find the latest releases in the New Arrivals section of !


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