Release Date: Friday, April 30th
See what our talented sewists were inspired to make!
This pre-order includes the fan favorite "Triathlon Tricot" base. This fabric is chlorine resistant and great for swimwear. It's heavier and less slick than traditional swim making it easier to work with. Triathlon Tricot is named for the Triathlon competitions because it can easily go from running to biking to swimming. It makes a great athletic fabric that is quick dry, lightweight and cool.
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, we've been adding new solids all year and it's time to get new prints in for the season! The pre-order will include lots of highly detailed prints that have many color coordinating options.
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!
George and Ginger Roller Romper by Sarah
Swimsuit by Lakeisha
Eunoia Ethel by Mya
Dress (mash) by Sarah
Apostrophe MyFit leggings by Rachel
Made for Mermaids Kaia (hacked) by Jamie
Ellie and Mac Oasis by Colleen
Boo Designs Embrace by Mya
Rad Patterns Super Suit by Jess
Made for Mermaids Roxy by Colleen
Annelaine Poppy and Monarch by Kendel
Sinclair Xena by Laura
Lil Lux Collection Peach Beach by Rachel R.
Sofiona Narwahl by Colleen
Rad Patterns First Crush by Jess
Petite Stitchery Arrow by Mya
Gigi Patterns Ava by Queenora
Petite Stitchery Payton Track Shorts by Jamie
Ellie and Mac Radical Rashguard by Lakeisha
Ellie and Mac Oasis by Mya
Patterns for Pirates Loggers by Hayley
Sew a little Seam Mairin by Mya
Rashguard by Colleen
Rashguard by Colleen
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