The Winterbourne Collection from Liberty Fabrics for Riley Blake is my newest fabric obsession. I was head over heels for Flower Show Spring and this newest collection is just as incredible.
This time I sewed up two dresses- my favorite thing to sew with Riley Blake quilting cottons. As usually it was torture narrowing down our fabric choices. My oldest is steering away from florals and this collection had a few beautiful prints that she loved. My younger daughter loves pinks and blues and I knew so many of the prints in this line would look pretty on her.
This print was such a beautiful choice. It’s called Bankart Fresco-A and it has such a vintage feel to it. The dark jewel tones are so pretty!
She’s been wanting another Zoey Dress from Violette Fields Threads. This pattern is one of my favorites. I sewed one up for one of my very first collaborations with Riley Blake and it’s still in constant rotation. It’s such a pretty style and one of these days I’m going to convince her she needs a maxi version because it’s just stunning!
Those pretty sleeves get me every time! This pattern comes together quickly thanks to that snap-front placket and bias neckline finish. The fit is nice and easy with an elastic waist that adds comfort and a cute blouson effect.
Little sis got a beautiful ditsy floral in the most gorgeous colors. This print is call Primula Posey-B. The pretty pink, soft blue, and sage green is such a great color combo.
For her dress I used the Jilly Atlanta Marlow Dress. I’m on a bit of a Jilly Atlanta kick. I’ve hesitated to buy her patterns recently since my girls are at the top end of the size range but they seriously are sooo cute that I can’t help myself. They’ve got their eyes on a couple of more of her patterns so expect to see a lot more Jilly Atlanta love around these parts.
The Marlow is full of sleeve and skirt options which makes it a pattern that I can switch up a lot. This is the short sleeves with vintage length. You can do bodice or sleeve ruffles and there’s a clever front pocket to add too. I love the relaxed fit. It’s totally something I’d have in my closet too!
My love for all things Liberty continues with this collection. The collaboration with Riley Blake makes me so happy! The lower price point makes these precious prints affordable and hopefully gets more sewists a chance to work with them. Take a peak at all the Liberty collections with Riley Blake– so many to die for prints!
It’s my stop on the Riley Blake Jubilee Blog Tour today! This fabric collection is absolutely darling and I’m excited to be sharing it will you guys.
I always let my girls help pick fabric for their makes but they struggled this time because they seriously wanted them all. You know my oldest will always pick red if given the choice and she was crushing on the main prints in this line bad. I was surprised when she settled on the navy colorway but secretly thrilled to be adding a little different color to her wardrobe. My younger daughter looks darling in blues and loved the dainty print of this ditzy floral. Together they coordinate but aren’t too matchy for these sisters.
If I could pick my favorite color combinations of the moment these would be it. I love navy, yellow, seafoam, and pink together. They are perfect colors for fall but also work really well for this weird warm transition season we’re in too.
The floral prints work so well with this season too. The hint of summer brights and warm fall colors make these fabrics something I think they’ll wear year-round.
Let’s talk about these dresses. My oldest daughter is quickly sizing out of many of our favorite patterns. I’m grateful for companies like Violette Fields Threads and Hey June Handmade who are now branching into tween pattern size lines. This is the Zoey Dress from Violette Fields Threads. My daughter still isn’t quite in a 10 width but she’s at least a 12 or 14 height so I struggle choosing between the tween and child patterns. In this case, the extra ease in the bodice works with this style and the tween sizing looks great on her.
I love the boho-feel of this pattern and think it’s perfect for this print. The cute puff sleeve, elastic cuff and bias bound neckline are pretty features that add to the free spirit look of this dress.
Little sister got a Sutton Dress from Made for Mermaids. I wanted something that had a similar vibe as her sister’s and the Sutton was a great choice. I wanted this print to really shine but knew it needed a little trim and buttons to make it pop.
I absolutely adore those sleeves! Such a sweet touch. I did modify this pattern to use a gathered rectangle skirt (the width of the fabric) instead of the gathered circle skirt the pattern calls for. This was not really a style choice as it was a lack of fabric choice (that’s what I get for changing my plan for this fabric at the last minute!).
Make sure to check out your favorite local fabric shops to grab your own Jubilee fabrics. They’ll brighten your days just as they’ve done ours!