Release Date: Wednesday, December 4th
New Stretch Velvet prints plus new DBP and a bonus stretch suede!
See what our talented sewists were inspired to make!
They're all in the new arrivals section of the website right now.
Find them here: new arrivals section of the website.
Alvin Stretch Velvet
It's stretch velvet season, yay! Le'Darien is getting into the spirit with this Rugged Raglan from Koerbs Brothers in Alvin stretch velvet.
Jeanette Stretch Velvet
Florence is gorgeous in Jeanette stretch velvet.
Jay made a set of Sansa Flairs from Bella Sunshine Designs in Jeanette velvet.
Athens Stretch Velvet
Kendel made the Annelaine Tammy Dress with Athens stretch velvet.
Cotton Candy DBP
Lakeisha made these flair leg pants with the new cotton candy DBP
Heather used the Love Notions Hazlewood hoodie pattern to make this cute casual tunic in cotton candy DBP
Melissa made the Rad Petty in Cotton Candy DBP
Brittanie made a super versatile Made for Mermaids Tai Bodysuit in Holland DBP
Jess made the new Made for Mermaids Ivy Dress in Holland DBP
Welcome back, Teukie! Missed you while you've been busy with school! Teukie made themselves a Petty AF top by Rad Patterns.
Sonia used Holland o colorblock with the Ellie and Mac Discoverer Tee
Jess used the Made for Mermaids Penelope pattern for this twirly dress!
Teukie made a 5oo4 Ryan Raglan in Juniper DBP
Keri made a fancy feeling cowl neck top in Juniper DBP
Jan is rocking some statement sleeves with her Juniper DBP top
Red Stretch Suede
Reminds me a lot of DBP, good stretch, suede feel.
Kendel made an Ellie and Mac Lucky Girl
Laura made the Wardrobe by Me Asta Dress
Emily made the George and Ginger October Dress
All of these New Arrival fabrics are marked down until Sunday, December 8, 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!
You can always find the latest releases in the New Arrivals section of AmeliaLaneDesigns.com !
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