I wanted to share some of the beautiful dresses made by the super talented fabric designer, Josephine Kimberling. Taking a look at through her gallery, you can see such a great variety of awesome sewing patterns made up in her beautiful fabric, including some from the Victory Patterns' collection. 

It's pretty inspiring. I want to live in her world of florals, rainbow streamers and soda pop! Here's a little peek at her versions. Hoooly mama! I'm in love with her verision of Chloe!  Give me mixed coordinate floral prints and day of the week. Feast your eyes, ladies!
If you'd like to recreate one of these pretty pieces, here's a list of the fabrics used in each one:
CHLOE: Vintage Tablecloth, Blue and Garden Floor, Grey from the Field Day collection

SIMONE: Global Bazaar Floral, Red, Chimera, Grey and Hand-drawn Stripe, Red from the Global Bazarr collection
ROXANNE: Dancing Geos, Blue from the Global Bazaar collection
ANOUK: Chic Wallflower, Turquoise and Stripe Soiree, Blue from the Hope Chest collection
AVA: Hope Flourish, Pink from the Hope Chest collection
Textile design by Josephine Kimberling
Fabrics from Blend Fabrics
The fabric line is called Field Day
The 2 fabrics I used are: Vintage Tablecloth, Blue and Garden Floor, Grey

Comments (5)

  1. Crystalpleats:
    Aug 22, 2013 at 04:44 PM

    Oh, my. Those are some beautiful clothes. I am especially taken with the Chloe version! Thanks for sharing.


  2. poppy:
    Aug 22, 2013 at 05:48 PM

    what fabulous clothes and the fabrics are wonderful!


  3. Ginger:
    Aug 22, 2013 at 08:22 PM

    OMG, these are too fab! Love love love these prints-- they look so cool combined with your patterns! I'm reminded that I need to make another Chloe dress!


    1. Kristiann Boos:
      Aug 23, 2013 at 09:21 PM

      I know, they're out of this world pretty! Did you ever solve the puckering issues with your other Chloe dress?


  4. Yvette-Michelle | Crafted Spaces:
    Oct 29, 2013 at 09:42 PM

    Such beautiful pieces. I love the prints, they work really well with the dress patterns.


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