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new fabric line = future pattern sneak peaks?

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    mrsc1345 @mrsc1345

    So I have been looking at these new market photos, and the garments made up in the new fabric with the clothes print on them, do you think that there are new patterns on there? Under close scrutiny, I can see sandbox pants, ice cream dress, 2 +2 top, seashore dress, sailboat top, bubble dress, swingset tunic, playdate top, puppetshow shorts, and family reuinion. But, there is a line of three outfits I don’t recognize, a green top (maybe picnic blouse?) a yellow top/dress with a asymetrical hem, a yellow dress that I can’t make the details out on, and a green dress/blouse with blue sleeves. Can anyone else make anything else out, or have any ideas? It is like an eye spy book! (also, am I a total loser with nothing better to do with my time, or perfectly justified in squinting at the print of a fabric?)

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150184842714286&set=a.10150184820814286.318043.131794399285&type=1&theater&pid=6605602&id=131794399285

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    sayiamyou @maraya

    I suspect you’ve gotten a peek at the new patterns.

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    ML @ML

    Good eye! I don’t recognize the ones you listed either. I’m so curious about the two yellow dresses, the asymmetrical one and the one with ruffles down the front.

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    KarenK @KarenK

    Have you ladies seen this? Very fun. It answers your speculations. 🙂

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGzAvCCZYWM

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    losabia @losabia

    Ooh! I just saw in the video that Liesl chose two of my name suggestions for the new patterns. Yay

    Thank you for the link, KarenK! The booth looks scrumptious.

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    meleliza @meleliza

    Thanks for the link. I heard one of my name ideas too! How fun. Gosh, maybe the “apple picking dress” is what baby girl will have to wear for her first apple picking trip this fall…

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