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Infinite Possibilities!!

I know I’m spending lots of time romancing these but it’s because I love them so much. I’m having a hard time making decisions because they play off one another so well! May will be here before you know it and I still haven’t made any reservations to Portland Oregon not Maine which I could have easily flown to and wondered where the party was…..do I sound crazed?Untitled2
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25 Responses to “Infinite Possibilities!!”

  1. Tammy says:

    Oh lordie, girl! Do I need to come get you? haha! Looking forward to seeing your sweet self again in May…xo

  2. liz says:

    it’s so fun to see fabric that isn’t just cute for little kids clothes! love the tunic! where did you get the pattern?

  3. Karla says:

    The top in the first photo – love! Can I get one?
    Karla

  4. Stacey says:

    Those shirts are great! Gotta give more info about those pretty shirts! :)

  5. vanessa says:

    I need one of those shirts! Love them!

  6. Jennifer P. says:

    Those tunics are so great! Better than all the “old lady” fabrics I seem to see them in at the stores!
    You will LOVE Portland, Oregon. We’re regular visitors there. Never been to Portland, Maine though, so I can’t really compare :)!

  7. i’m curious about the tunic pattern as well. i’ve been looking for something EXACTLY like that, so i can dress it up for work and dress it down for weekends. can you fill us in on the pattern you used?!

  8. I’m sorry guys I wish I could find away to make patterns that is not a skill set of mine..we just copied a vintage top I found….wish I could help..if anyone finds a pattern please let our blog readers know!!!thanks so much.

  9. Karen H says:

    Love the fabrics! What pattern did you use for the tunics? Love the style.

  10. jen eskridge says:

    Love the shirt!!! I’m pretty sure I’m going to need to make one for myself. ~jen~

  11. Mandy says:

    I found a pattern! Simplicity 3560. It shows it in various lengths and different options for collar and sleeves. Got it on sale today at JoAnn Fabrics. Happy sewing ladies! I’m quite proud of myself for finding this while browsing through the book while my 7 and 1/2 month old was on my lap trying to eat the pages. Haha!
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  12. Andie says:

    **SQUEEE** The tunics are PERFECT! Luv em! xoxo

  13. Lisa N says:

    Love the fabric, the colors are so vibrant! You come up with such great ideas, keep them coming:)

  14. susie says:

    I have made a couple of tunics from an Indigo Junction pattern called Tribeca Tunic. It is very similar to this style, if not identical. I love these colors. They are gorgeous. Now I need to get some of this fabric!

  15. Amy says:

    The colors and combinations of those shirts are just dreamy! So totally gorgeous! Love them. Amy

  16. Amy says:

    The colors and combinations of those shirts are just dreamy! So totally gorgeous! Love them. Amy

  17. Gabi says:

    Love it!!!! How do we make the boxes??? I’m loving the colors and patterns!!!! My favorite collection of the year!!!

  18. those tunics are adorable. i am new to your blog and love it by the way! do you make these? amazing.

  19. cc says:

    hi! Just got back from Jigglestitch and saw the awesome new fabrics. I cannot wait to get sewing with them. Of course, I also bought more of the Karen and Diane in brown to make more totes with!
    It was great to meet the new fabrics in person!

  20. Lisa says:

    Love all the color combinations. The cuffs on number one is awesome.
    Wonderful fabrics of course!

  21. Alison Gibbs says:

    Love that fabric and the top is great
    Alison

  22. Polly says:

    Well the flight plans may get confused but I’m not confused a bit about those designs. Great stuff! Blessings.. Polly

  23. Bristol says:

    I just love those tunics. My Mom and I were wandering your blog. I wanted to show her your wonderful designs. She is a talented quilter. She saw Hancock’s of Paducah. Have you been there, the museum is great. A lady at a shop in downtown Paducah told her not to bother going to Hancocks. When we looked at the site she was so disappointed she did not go. I love visitng your blog~
    Bristol

  24. M&Co says:

    So perfect those tunics!!

  25. lorri says:

    I absolutely love all these fabrics! When will they be available to buy? Can’t wait!!!

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