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Hey Everyone!!!
I'm here today with a fabric haul for Fall.
I was on website and couldn't resist these beautiful fabrics. 
As you can see, I'm in a black and white frame of mind.

Under each fabric choice I've put some inspiration pictures that I may on may not make.

Polyester Crepe Mosaic Black/White
$4.18 per yard

Butterick 6015, View B would be perfect for this fabric. 
It's not to thin or thick, it's perfect for Fall and Winter. 
I may just lengthen the sleeves to 3/4 due to the weather, Texas weather is so unpredictable. 
Last week, it was 61 degrees in the morning and 85 degrees in the afternoon. 

Double Brushed Poly Jersey Knit Medium Stripe Black/Ivory

I thought this fabric would be more thicker but it's nice enough to make a wrap dress like Mrs. Obama has on in the bottom picture. It's reminds me of a DVF dress. 

I'm also inspired by this twist front dress. 
I told myself to be adventurous and start drafting my own patterns and that's just what I aim to do. 
Stay tuned for this DIY. 

Pon Te Am Scuba Knit Black

I love this dress from New York and Company.. 
I won't make it exactly like it, this inspired the hell out of me for work.. 
I'm going on a business trip on the 17th and this would be perfect for the conference.. 

I found this check at Wally World.. 
Yes, if I take my time and really focus, I think I can make 2 dresses.

 I love this dress that Jennifer Hudson is wearing..
This sexy black number with the front slit..
This would be great a Holiday Party.. 

I'm thinking that this is going to the one..
I just need to know how to get that neckline right and I will. 
It's a Cushnie et Ochs and all I can say is, BRAVO!!
Michelle always, always gets it right...…

Come back next week to see what I created with one or two of these fabrics....

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