An exciting collaboration between Kate Rowland and Lizziebug!

 

These dungarees feature one of Kate's signature designs (based on the cute floral beetle design from her entomology collection!) hand-printed onto gorgeously soft double gauze fabric.  Due to the nature of hand-printing, each pair is completely unique!  The design has been hand-printed in dark green ink onto an old-green fabric.

 

FEATURES

 - two big pockets on the knees (for collecting bugs in of course!)

 - multiple snap fastenings on the straps for adjustability and fabric loops to thread them through 

 - flat-felled seams for durability and neatness (creating lovely smooth seams on the inside)

 - double gauze facing

 - soft fabric care label inside

 

Made to last and to be handed down when the little one is not so little any more, these are the perfect addition to your little one's wardrobe! Buy big and roll the hems up, then unroll as little one grows.


Hand-printed and made by me in my Worcestershire studio. 

 

Kate Rowland is a jewellery designer and illustrator based in Northamptonshire, UK! You can see more at www.katerowland.com and click here to read her blog post on this collaboration!

 

A bit about the fabric

Double gauze fabric is two layers of cotton gauze that have been stitched together at regular intervals, creating an airy but sturdy material. It's soft, lightweight, has a little stretch and wears well.  

 

Looking for other sizes? Drop me a message if you're looking for sizes outside those listed. 

 

Kate Rowland x Lizziebug Dungarees

£40.00Price
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  • I send my UK orders as First Class Signed For with Royal Mail and International orders are sent Tracked & Signed. If you would like a different option please message me for a quote. All orders are wrapped in tissue paper so can be sent straight to the recipient if buying as a gift. I use cardboard boxes with paper tape for UK orders, making the packaging 100% recyclable (although please reuse if you can!). International orders are wrapped in tissue paper and then popped into a plastic mailing bag to keep them safe and dry on their travels.