It’s been a crazy busy fall here at Izzy & Ivy Designs! In August I got an amazing opportunity to shoot a few episodes of It’s Sew Easy TV! After much sewing and planning (and sewing and planning), I tucked those under my belt, and now I wait for the episodes to air! In the meantime, I get to share the gorgeous fabrics that I got to play with from Ink & Arrow Fabrics.

Today we’re getting a peek at Hayden, by Junebee Designs, which is ships to quilt shops this month! Hayden is a fun and festive collection of florals, dragonflies, scrollwork, and dots. You’ll even find the new basic, Lyla, which is a nice damask that you’ll love even by itself!


I fell in love with the cool turquoise, purple, and blue shades of Hayden, and the pops of lime green add a little contrast with a color I wouldn’t normally choose. It’s a great way to add interest in your project if that isn’t the best color on skin that prefers cooler tones.

We grabbed a few friends and headed to the park to show off these new pretties! This line of fabric is perfect for little girls, but there are a few prints that boys would love, too!

I really wanted to show off the Floral Paisley from Hayden for this Emory Dress. It’s the perfect dress to show off a large print on a little girl! Lots of fabric real estate for the skirt portion, with plenty of other added interest on the bodice and sleeves. And you know it just wouldn’t be an Emory without a little crochet edge bias tape from Vintage Door!


Another great canvas for Hayden was the Addie Jo skirt. I loved the Dotted Circles print, so I chose all three colorways for this skirt. I added a little faux placket to add even more interest. A really simple, fast sew, and you can embellish it even more with buttons or different trims.

Brooklyn’s Boho Dress has been one of my go-to dresses for when I want to display ALL THE FABRICS!!! I really wanted to show off all of the beautiful designs from Hayden in this maxi, as well as a few that I borrowed from Ashtyn (which will make an appearance here soon). The full tier on the bottom is from the paper version of the pattern, but it’s an easy adjustment if you own the PDF. Just add third cut of fabric to your bottom tier and gather it to fit the tier above! Easy peasy, but the added drama is worth it!

I hope you check out Hayden by Junebee Designs and choose them for one of your next projects! I’m always thankful for the opportunity to be inspired by Ink & Arrow Fabrics and I will have more to show off later this fall as we get closer to the time that my episodes from It’s So Easy TV will air!

 

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