We bought the Rosemary Raglan pattern before our baby girl was born, that’s how much we loved it at first sight! Since the pattern is for sizes 3 months to 12 years, we could make the pattern for Annie for a few more years anyway.
There are so many fun possibilities for fabric combinations and colors with this pattern. For the Rosemary Raglan you see here, we used Bolt by Girl Charlee Homestead Life Jersey Knit Bluebird Garden Rose Fabric. The brown stripe fabric is leftover from this skirt, and it’s inside the hood too.
The Rosemary Raglan pattern was easy to sew, and the instructions were complete and thorough, just like all Peekaboo Pattern Shop patterns we’ve sewn. It’s going to be so fun to sew this pattern for Baby (and Annie!) for years to come.
These photos were actually taken in May, and Baby has already outgrown this (and the other 2) Rosemary Raglan tops I sewed for her. This was the only one I included the hood option. You can see the other 2 in this Instagram post.
Now that the fall is approaching, I’m ready to do some fall sewing again…and that is going to include some more Rosemary Raglans for Baby! I love the raglan sleeves in baby size!
This pattern can also be sewn without the peplum, if desired. There are 2 sleeve lengths, short, 3/4, and long. So technically I could have made some of these for Baby to wear all summer!
One thing that is going to be very handy about dressing Baby in Rosemary Raglans this fall is ease of crawling. Since she has ALREADY stared scooching, we can easily see that skirts and dresses hinder her mobility. That’s okay, it just means I get to to more scrap busting and whip out a whole bunch of Rosemary Raglans for her to wear this fall!
It’s fun to look back at these photos and see how much Baby has changed in just a few short months! Her hair has lightened to a coppery color for one thing!
She still is enthralled with any sibling who comes near…in these photos, Annie was just out of the shot, interacting with Baby and getting her to smile!
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