The Cathy

I love when this happens, just trolling facebook and come upon one of our dear friends in Australia using her creative license on one of our Sis Boom patterns.  Love the Cathy Pattern done long and love the ribbon at the waist and boy the Queen Street  Toile just blows my mind..(I did that) I found some listings on etsy . Don’t forget to ask your etsy and ebay sellers if they have more than one yard..they usually do.  Sellers just fyi if you can find away to list yardages you have in stock try and do so.( I know it’s not easy to monitor that) I think folks are looking to make larger items, duvets, curtains, apparel  etc.  If you do list yardages you have in stock let me know. does a great job of listing yardages on hand. If you already do list stock amounts..Let me know.  Just trying to make it easier on the consumer. anywhooooooo I digress.

Girlfriend Kim Vanderbelt from Australia just sent these pics via facebook ..make sure to friend of the sweetest gals on the planet.  Look at her daughter Katharine looking like an island beauty.  Cathy pattern sales will jump through the ceiling today at least I can only hope with fantastic photos like these. Kim serged the collar and hem I love the whisper of purply blue it leaves behind.  Thanks for sharing Kim!!

7 Responses to “The Cathy”

  1. Heather Kite says:

    Wow, she looks beautiful, and so does the dress! Kim did a wonderful job on this one, as always!

  2. Shannon says:

    So beautiful! I also love the ribbon sash and the toile fabrics! Great job Kim! Keep the beautiful fabrics and patterns coming Jennifer!

  3. Cathy says:

    I just love it! Gorgeous fabrics and such a pretty young lady!!!! We LOVE our Australian friends!!!!!!!

  4. Melissa P says:

    Sis Boom is loved the world over. This little number shows why.

  5. Ruth says:

    A beauty in all ways possible. My Australian friend is a wonderful Lady; has loads of talent and a great family.

  6. Rachaeldaisy says:

    What a pretty pretty dress!!

  7. Cande Vermeulen says:

    This is my granddaughter, and yes, her Mom is talented beyond compare. Love your patterns, fabric and what she does with them!

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