Geranium Dress Sewing Pattern is now in print!

Just wanted to let everyone know that the Geranium Dress Sewing Pattern is finally in print! I know there are many people out there who really prefer the printed pattern over the PDF patterns so we’re slowly working on moving a few more of the patterns over to print. The print thing started as a “let’s see what happens if we print this!” experiment with the Washi Dress sewing pattern, but it’s turned out to be a pretty good source of income. I’ve seen other pattern designers move away from print because of the high overhead but it seems to be working out for us pretty well. Turns out that having the Made By Rae brand in hundreds of shops around the world is good for business, even if we make a lot less on each pattern sale. And it allows those shops to make money off of our patterns, so it’s a double win.

print geranium bottom front

We decided to start out by printing the original size range (0-5T) because that’s been the most popular range, but if you need the pattern for 6-12 year-olds, you can get the digital pattern in my online shop. I love seeing Clementine and Phoebe smiling at me from the front of the pattern:

print geranium full front

There is a full-sized, one-sided pattern sheet, so you can either trace or GASP! cut your pieces out (I really do not recommend cutting into your pattern pages — see this post for an overview of my sewing process). Don’t the instructions look pretty all laid out on one sheet?

print geranium instructions

If you would like to own your very own copy of the Geranium Dress (sizes 0-5T) print pattern, CLICK HERE to see our list of stockists.

We also take wholesale orders from brick & mortar shops and webstores who are interested in carrying the pattern, so if you own or work at a shop, visit our wholesale page to sign up for an account.

print geranium full back

print geranium back

9 thoughts on “Geranium Dress Sewing Pattern is now in print!

  1. Congrats to you mama! Feels so grown up and official! I love seeing your patterns in my local shops (though I think I already own all the digital ones)I’m always so proud for you.

  2. I bought the digital version. Can you tell me where to buy the fabric that you used for the dresses on the print pattern?

  3. Good news! I’m one of those who prefer paper patterns. While I understand the instant gratification of pdf, it takes me longer to print, trim, assemble, and then trace the desired size of a pdf rather than unfold a paper pattern and proceed from there. And with no cutting table, in my house pdf sheets run the risk of being trampled on or colored on before I can get it put together! Here’s hoping the Bianca is next on your list of paper patterns.

    • Thanks Betty!! And yes we are always interested in knowing which paper patterns people would like to see next, so thank you for your “bianca” vote! 🙂

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