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New Arrivals Round Up 5/24/19

Updated: May 24, 2019

Release Date: Friday, May 24th

Welcome these exciting new fabrics! They'd be perfect for your capsule!

See what our talented sewists were inspired to make!

Something for everyone!

New Jersey fabrics, double brushed poly and rayon spandex prints!

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

This week's new arrival collection is designed to provide some new variety of prints. Several new geometric prints, some stitchy favorites in new color ways and one that really rocks!

Let's see what the Squad sewed up this week!


Remember Alice?

I used Alice - a lightweight rayon spandex. The print is super unique. It has stitches, like embroidery in the design. It looks like it could be three-dimensional but it's not!

Of course this fabric sold out super quick.... but... great news..... keep reading!

Meet Alicia, Allison and Alyssa!

Three new colorways of this stitchy print are now in stock and on new arrivals sale!


Emily made this Seamingly Smitten Racerback dress and cut it off at a peplum length. Look how well the Wine Rayon Spandex matches the Alicia! PS - Stay tuned because Emily is hosting a June Sewalong using this pattern! Sewalongs are interactive sewing tutorials and you can find them on the events page of the Amelia Lane Designs -Fabric Chat Facebook group!

Andrea used the Alicia fabric to make an Ellie and Mac Everyday Tee. She's wearing it with her Teal Ponte Love Notion's Sabrina Slim pants. What a perfect color match!


Gwen made her sister this Ellie and Mac Be The Leader top in Allison. I think she likes it!

Want to shop Ellie and Mac Patterns? Here's Gwen's afflink! Ellie and Mac.

That's a tough act to follow! This is me in my Mamma Can Do It Priscilla top I made with the Allison Fabric. This fabric feels casual to me, it makes me feel so Saturday- Morning kind of relaxed.

Here's my affiliate link if you'd like to check out the new Mamma Can Do It Priscilla. It just released!


Keller made this Kaledioscope top by Shwin and Shwin patterns using the Alyssa fabric with a coordinating fabric that you'll discover before this new arrival blog is over!

Diane used her Alyssa fabric to make herself an Ellie and Mac True Beauty Dress. Diane is a True Beauty everyday though!

I used Alyssa to make an Annelaine All Seasons Dolman. I added a neckband using the two-tone green fabric that I received in an ALD Scrap Pack! The match was too perfect to pass up!

This is my afflink in case you're headed to check out Annelaine patterns. This top is a super quick sew too!

I couldn't help but share this super amazing (in focus!) close up that Kelle took. Her photography is super! Look how she captured the stitchy detail!


New Prints!


Michael sewed up this new fabric base - it's a tee-shirt knit. You'll find it in the jersey section. Skulls and music notes! This fabric rocks and so does Michael's collar! Way to go, looks so pro! Welcome to the Squad, Michael! Super happy to have you! By the way, this is the Love Notions Dockside pattern.


Michael also sewed up this Ellie and Mac Great Adventure tank using the new Dalton double brushed polyester fabric and white DBP bands from the solids collection. This fabric is super soft and comfortable!

I made the Ellie and Mac Chill Tee using the Dalton DBP fabric and the Two Tone Black DBP from the solids collection. I'm excited to see my husband finally in a print! Mostly I sew solids for him since he's pretty picky but this print passed the test!

Lakeisha made Mommy and Me outfits using the Dalton DBP.

She made the Ellie and Mac Autumn Spice top for herself and the Discoverer tee for her son.

Lakeisha shared that she was inspired by Sonia to do more Mommy and Me outfits with her son. These are such sweet photos, what a beautiful moment they captured!


Stripes, Plaid, Windowpanes!


Speaking of Sonia, she and her son are wearing the new varigated striped jersey fabric called Easton. She made her son an Annelaine Sawyer shirt and made herself the True Bias Ogden Cami.

Brittanie made this Lee Raglan by Made for Mermaids with the new Easton jersey stripes and the solid back heavy rayon spandex. New prints means we got lots of new faces this round!

But here's one of my favorite faces I look forward to seeing every round!

Kendel made the Paradise Romper by Annelaine with the Easton jersey stripes. So cute!

Laura made the Rocky Tee by 5oo4 Patterns. Another new face modeling this round!

Laura also made Puperita Seven Seas Shorts & Puperita Jelly Tee. This set is one of those where even though I sew, sometimes I can't believe something is handmade. This is amazing detail!


Jess made this Made for Mermaids Lee top with the henley option. Her photos this round are stealing the show for me. I'm an 80s baby who might never have grow out of all those teenage feelings and I'm so relating to these photos. Now that I've seen these henleys, I can't imagine this fabric as anything else. Luckily I don't have to imagine, I can just keep scrolling :-)

Laura made herself a Love Notions La Bella Donna dolman top with the Quincy fabric. I'm getting to know Laura and one thing I love is that she doesn't use pearls to dress up or down an outfit, she uses an outfit to dress up or down her pearls! I adore "hanging out" with her online!


Jessica made the Harper Cardigan in Quincy and Sunset Lounger pants in Princeton (both by Sinclair Patterns). What do you think of putting these fabrics together? I love matching, so I'm into it!

Here's the other half of Jess's perfect pair in Made for Mermaids Lee top with the henley option. <3

Jan mashed the high hopes dolman and the cold shoulder top, both by Ellie and Mac. She used the two tone red DBP from the solids collection for the bands. Loving this mashup!

Kelle made the Berklee Tween Shorts with the Princeton plaid and I plan to copy this for myself. Can't wait to order some of this fabric because I have always wanted a skirt just like this! I didn't visualize this fabric as being perfect for it until I saw hers and now I can't believe I missed it!

You might have caught a sneak peak of Rosie's capsule entry for dress week! They made this Everyday Dress by Made by Runi Patterns using the Princeton plaid with a pop of color from the now sold-out stars on mustard double brushed poly (everything Rosie wears sells out, I don't think it's a coincidence!)


Kendel is totally rocking this All Seasons dolman in the new Astoria mauve windowpane jersey fabric.

Kayliegh made this Scarlett Swing Dress by Greenstyle patterns with the Astoria fabric! This is a great look!

Gwen used her Astoria fabric for a Green Tee by Greenstyle! Perfect wardrobe staple! Hope this is going in your capsule!

Jody made a Studio to Street (Greenstyle) top with her Astoria fabric! Simplicity and perfection right here!

Jan made this Sporty Sho!ert in Astoria. I think we're all ready for summer break, I'm seeing a trend of casual summer staples!


Can't wait to see what these talented sewists have in store for next week! Yep! More coming next week!

All of these New Arrival fabrics are marked down on the website until Monday, May 27, 2019! No code needed ... but if you have one, say from the newsletter, you can stack that on top of the sale!

We have a capsule contest going on with weekly prizes and discounts that you might even stack on top of this sale for even bigger savings!

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