CHA Summer 2012 Reveal : Lucille

Like pieces of fabric sewn together with care, time-tested and much-loved, Lucille by BasicGrey proves that variety is the spice of life. Pull that old dress out of the trunk, dust it off, darn it up and grab your kitten heels, because it’s time to pattern your next project, perfectly.

Available October 2012.

Made With Love | Kelly Goree

Sew Sweet | Jana Eubank

Collection Pack

Vintage Buttons

Embroidered Tags

Banners

Garland

Mixed Brads

Lucy Monogram | Kelly Goree

Want to see more Lucille?  Click here to see our entire collection! 

Want some Lucille for yourself? For your chance to win a Lucille collection pack, see the giveaway box below.  Good luck!

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190 thoughts on “CHA Summer 2012 Reveal : Lucille

  1. Wow! So fun. The garland and the banners are incredible. Leave it to BG to always be innovative. Can’t wait to see this line in person.

  2. I don’t know which I like more – the buttons, the banners, or the garland! This is my favorite of all the new lines.

  3. Oh its beautiful!! My mom is an amazing seamstress and I would love to make a page honoring her with this collection!! I love all the little sewing bits in this line.

  4. I can see lots of Girl’s Night Out or Girl’s Weekend Away lay outs using this line! I’m going to make a mini album of a quilt retreat I go to annually with my best friend.

  5. Love the fun vintage tags and the paper collection-brings onderful memories back of mom sewing our clothes!

  6. I think this is my favourite line from CHA. I already have the exact pictures set aside to use it for can’t wait to get my hands on this collection! LOVE IT.

  7. Omg those little banners are too cute. They are by far my favorite. Love the retro colorful feel of this collection.

  8. I recognize some of those papers. I had patterns like those, many years ago. Wonder if I have any kicking around? Would love to win this prize pkg.
    Gotta love Clipper Street Scrapbooking in Langley for Promoting this line of paper and accessories.
    Judy Anderson

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