An American Classic weaving it’s way through England

Over the past year I've had the good fortune of meeting Slideshow6Slideshow2
  Rebekah Merkle founder of Amoretti
. I love her approach to design. She explains it best when she describes her clothes as practical meets beauty. I love that she chose BellBottoms to create these amazing skirts as well as the simple stripe in our line that finds the spotlight in her layers of ruffles. Definitely not fussy and every young girl will want this classic design. Rebekah your clothes are delightful and so expressive it's the skirt a grown up girl remembers of her childhood. Casey Scroll in red also gives her simple dress Slideshow5
silouette a bold statement and I love how she's outlined her dress with a classic white.
The best news is the online store in England is open and ready to go. So be the first to have an american classic shipped right to your door.


17 Responses to “An American Classic weaving it’s way through England”

  1. Laurie says:

    These outfits are precious! LOVE!
    Gorgeous photography ta-boot!

  2. Terriaw says:

    I love what she did with your fabrics! Lovely, charming perfection.

  3. Cheryl says:

    Ohhh cute designs! Love the models in their wooden shoes too but the favorite for me – the red casey scroll dress – WOW!

  4. Wow! Her clothes are lovely and your fabrics are perfect for them! Happy New Year, Jennifer! xo Cat

  5. Charming and perfect for your fabics. Clarice

  6. celia says:

    Oh, God, how I love the way your fabrics looks in child clothing!
    ¡Feliz Navidad!

  7. Kristin says:

    My daughter doesn’t wear skirts, but I do! Oh, how I wish they came in grownup sizes.

  8. Elaine says:

    Beautiful designs and great photography! – The fabrics are set-off so well.

  9. amelia says:

    These are so beautiful and classy! I love how your fabric has been used for this line and the simple but elegant graphics showcasing the outfits! Lovely is the perfect word for it!

  10. Those are so pretty! I love the silhouettes!

  11. Nanette says:

    These are all so lovely. What beautiful dresses/skirts. I love the little purses too. I have a couple of those purse frames and I have yet to be able to make the purse from them. I’ve tried twice. I’m not giving up.

  12. International superstar! What beautiful creations that make your fabric shine.
    Happy new year!

  13. Hap, Hap, Happy New Year from The ParTea Planner! Best of love, memories and good health for 2009!

  14. Andrea says:

    Your fabrics are so pretty, love the red dress!

  15. Bobbie Lynn says:

    Congratulations and how exciting. Happy New Years too : )

  16. Jennifer P. says:

    glad to know I can still find JP fabric when I move to England….one day….in my dreams :)!
    Happy New Year!

  17. Annie says:

    Cutest clothing made from fabulous cloth! 🙂 Annie

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