Today we have the second installment of our tester photos to provide you with even more inspiration for sewing my newest pattern, Rose! (See vol. 1 here.)
Jessica (@kunklebaby, above) has come up with tons of ways to wear her Rose pants, and she’s one of the first to have made shorts! Note that we asked testers to first make either the long or cropped pants rather than shorts so we could evaluate the length, which is why you don’t see as many shorts pics in the roundups.
Jenny (@thewardrobearchitect, below), made this beautiful cropped pair first in an off-white tencel twill, then dyed them navy:
Nancy (@milkpillowblog) has made multiple versions in both prints and solids. Love how she’s paired hers with so many great handmade tops, too!
Mei made contrast pockets for all of the pairs she made — check out her pocket closeups in her feed: @mei.sews. Her versions look great with her Sointu tee and Ogden cami (also both made by Mei)!!
Kten (@jinxandgunner) made her cropped test pair out of chambray; she has plans to sew up more out of some drapey linens and rayons to prepare for summer.
These printed Essex linen [Forage Essex by Anna Graham] cropped pants from Niku are just making me so happy! Love how she’s styled these in so many fun ways (and that pair with red polka dots, upper right!!!).
Meredith (@brooklyncrafty) is a garment sewing instructor and had a lot of fun playing around with her Rose muslins. I’m always super excited when testers play around with fit — Meredith adjusted rise and played around with the seams and waistband width — because it gives us great info that we can share with those of you who have adjustment questions.
Kristine @kristinesews made these gorgeous flowy rayon Rose pants for her test version — love how she first made these in the long length, then decided to crop them!
Jessamy (@jessamyb) made these pretty blue Rose pants out of a viscose twill. Jessamy also made shorts and took photos with Jacqui — check them out on the Ewe Fibers blog! The Rose pants video they made together is completely awesome — check it out if you’re interested in a great review of the pattern features and to see their versions in action!
I hope you’ve enjoyed our tester roundups! We are so grateful to these awesome testers for the feedback and photos — they’re essential to the pattern making process!
Ready to make your own Rose Pants? Find the pattern in my shop!