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British Sewing Awards 2021

The Rosalee Dress been chosen as a finalist in the 2021 British Sewing Awards for best sewing pattern!

I’m so incredibly excited! The winner will be decided by a celebrity judge and announced in October. Of course, I’d love to win but right now I’m absolutely over the moon being a finalist! Giddy and emotional are good ways to describe how I’m feeling!

Did you know…

  • You can make it as either a maxi or knee-length version.
  • There are 5’3″ / 5’5″ / 5’7″ height lines on the skirt pieces
  • It has incredibly deep pockets
  • It is bra friendly
  • The pattern is available in both PDF and Paper versions
  • You can order a new printout of the pattern pieces (A0/copyshop) whenever you want, no matter which version you buy! No more worries about losing pieces or tea incidents, especially if you’ve bought the paper version.
  • There are also details on how to make a top version in both woven and stretch on the blog.
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About Experimental Space Patterns

Who is Experimental Space Patterns

I’m Andrea, and I run Experimental Space Patterns. It’s just me here and that means I take care of everything from sketching out and designing the patterns (one of my favourite parts!), to digitalising them for PDF and print use, arranging the packaging, website maintenance, to bookkeeping. Some of those things are more interesting than others!

Andrea from Experimental Space Patterns
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The Josie Sew-Along for SewHayleyJane subscribers

Did you receive the SewHayleyJane Luxury subscription box in January? If so you’ll have received a copy of the Josie pattern!

Click here to visit the Sew-Along page and sign up if you’ll be joining us!

Not a SewHayleyJane subscriber but still want to participate? That’s absolutely fine! Although you really should check out her monthly subscription boxes in the future because they’re always amazing!