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Summer Tour Re-cap

Hey everyone, 

I hope everyone is enjoying your week so far. About a a month or so ago a group of very talented ladies did a small blog tour featuring #HappyHomeFabrics by Caroline Hulse (Aka Sew Caroline) and #AnnaEliseFabrics by Bari j. You might have seem some projects in our social media outlets, but i'm here to bring you the whole scoop about it.

We can start the re-cap with | Elizabeth from LilyGiggle. She made the "Poppy Bubble Tank Tunic & Dress" Which it looks so comfy to wear and we are sure it's super simple to make. Anna Elise fabrics

How adorable is this dress that Raedene from LLK made for her little one. We love how flowy it is and who doesn't love pockets in a dress!? Happy home fabricsEven though it's summer time, we have to start thinking of back to school outfits for the little ones of the house. Kara from Jocole made her daughter this "Endless Dress" for the new school year. Don't you just want to pinch her cheeks? HAPPY hOME FABRICS 2

In celebration of the summer days Tameka from Elleinspired decided to make this simple YET "twirly and girly" outfit for her “Queen of all the Dresses” daughter. Anna Elise fabrics22Our Friend Alexis from Brownie Goose made her daughter this "Allie Oop" dress." She went above and beyond by making two different versions of it. How beautiful is the horse! Little Miss T. looks like a flower child with her matching halos!  Mysweetsunshine

This re-cap is soon approaching its end, but not before introducing the last two stops of the blog-tour. Jessica from IzzyIvy Designs made this "Charly" tunic and paired it with some raffle leggings, so lovely!

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And, last but not least in our tour is Sarah from Green Style. She made these "kind of" matching outfits for her daughters, we think they are adorable.Anna Elise fabrics and Happy Home fabrics

Hop over to all of their blogs to find more info, tricks & the patterns they used. Like always, feel free to share all of your projects with us via email or social media.


Until next time,