Dots, Stripes, and A Pattern Hack with Sewjourns

September 26, 2019

Dots, Stripes, and A Pattern Hack with Sewjourns - Raspberry Creek Fabrics

Chris Dots and Stripes DBP 1

We love mixing stripes and polka dots around here and Chris from SewJourns is sharing a darling mix with us today!  Head to her blog to see her inspiration and the pattern hack she did to nail this amazing look.  She used our black and white pin dot double brushed polyester paired with our black and white stripe double brushed polyester for a classic look.  Throw in those killer red boots for the perfect pop and this outfit is one we adore!

Chris Dress




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