The Daisy Romper now officially has a sister: 👗 meet theDaisy Dress 👗
She comes with both a circle skirt as well as a flared skirt.
With the announcement of this new pattern variation, I would also like to inform you of a few changes that we're making to our patterns. We decided that our printed patterns will go out of stock (sorry printed pattern lovers! 😔) and that we will switch to only selling pdf patterns.
Even though I personally love our printed patterns and pretty booklet, it turns out to be too much work for a small company to manually assemble, print, fold and mail. Not forgetting the needed translating of all files into two languages... I wish to put more time into offering new patterns throughout the year, so I had to make this difficult decision.
Phew, glad I could get that off my chest 🙏.
Now, this also means that the Daisy Dress is available as an English pdf file only. But not to be too disappointed printed lovers!!! As I have tried my best to offer these files in the best possible quality! Meaning:
patterns come in both A4 / US Letter as well as A0 format
include size layers (yay!)
sizes are differentiated by both colored lines as well as different line strokes (another yay!)
show both cut and stitch lines (triple yay!)
One last note regarding the Daisy Dress. I tried to get the full size range out by today...but sadly enough I need to wait for a few technical updates.
That means that the A4 / US Letter format is, temporarily, only available up to size 44 / 14. Hopefully, by next week, they will include all sizes up to size 54 / 24.
Size A0 is already available in the full size range!
I hope you're up for some last summery sewing. Or perhaps think of a Xmas fabric Daisy Dress already! 🎄 In the end, the fun part of sewing (one of the fun parts that is) is that your fabric choice will decide how your creation will fit the occasion!
Over the years, Rosie & Me has developed into more than the Vintage Inspired Pattern brand that she has been. As I missed working with people, I have been giving more and more workshops and textile classes for both adults as well as children.
Since the patterns are being sold worldwide, the website, patterns and newsletters are all in English. However, the classes that I am giving here in Holland are in Dutch. This was getting a bit confusing for some...is the class in English or Dutch?
To help with this, we have updated our website.
You will now see two buttons on our home page "Patternstore" and "Rosie's Naaicafe". The last one will link to the agenda of classes and workshops, in Dutch.
On top of this, we added an Instagram account: Rosie's Naaicafé, where we will communicate about everything related to the Naaicafé. Soon, I will share more exciting news on this!