AboutI’m Kati, stitcher, designer, seamstress, beer-lover and owner of Kate & Rose Patterns. Here you'll find news about my patterns, tutorials, stitching-related tips and ideas. Come on over and chat with me!
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It’s been a while since I’ve posted photos of your makes – which is inexcusable! Let’s start with a happy thought: Emily in Bali, wearing a lovely chevron maxi Giselle:
Maxi dresses are SO great for relaxing in lovely locations. I think I would like to go to Bali now.
Michelle of Handmade Read More…→
The inimitable Oonaballoona made a stunning Giselle dress, just look:
I was amazingly fortunate to have Oona test the Giselle pattern, her feedback was SO generous! (And also, I knew there’d be eye candy at some point. And fabric envy. I’m not sure how I’ll manage my sudden attack thereof…)
Oona talks about her approach to pattern testing Read More…→
A big week is starting for Kate & Rose – starting with Selfish Sewing Week, organized by Rachael of Imagine Gnats and Jill of Made with Moxie!
I’m so thrilled that the very first pattern up is Kim of Milkybeer Handmade’s super-cute Read More…→
I’ve seen so many people do top five lists for the year based on Gillian’s invitation, I’m jumping in with some items of my own. But since I haven’t properly photographed most of the things I’ve made (and can’t yet share some others), I thought I’d do something a bit more like Jen of Grainline Studio did, and list the things that were inspiring and good in 2013, and the Read More…→
Another pretty Róza blouse sewn up by Chrissy! Take a look:
Chrissy used a double gauze fabric with smaller checks on one side and large checks on the other, making the front panel in the “reverse” of the rest of the blouse.
I love the effect! Chrissy is a very creative seamstress who I was Read More…→