New Penny Rose Collections in 2015


We wanted to share some of the fabric collections that will be making their way to stores, early in 2015.

The long awaited Paper Dolls collection featured above, will be arriving in stores late November/early December in 2014.
These paper dolls will have you cooking up something sweet in the sewing room.


Classic toile is making a come back. This Aesop’s fable collection “Please all, and you will please none” features timeless prints authentically reproduced. Set to arrive in January.


Elea Lutz, a new designer for Penny Rose, will debut a 1930’s collection in January 2015. Sweet florals, vintage cats and adorable magpie birds, make up Milk, Sugar and Flower.


Mourning Gray and Purple basics circa 1890.

The somber, mourning colors in the years 1880-1910 may have been attributed to the colors worn by two major figures. Queen Victoria mourning the death of her husband Albert and Empress Eugenie mourning the death of Napoleon III.
It became fashionable to wear dark clothes during this period. The colors worn were typically black, gray, purple, and navy.


Penelope circa 1920

Penelope boasts of beautiful French floral designs that date back to the early twentieth century. The floral patterns vary from tightly bunched prints to large flowing flowers in shades of blue, green, tobacco, tan and crème. Penelopes’ soft colors are a beautiful collection of fabrics that are comforting and resonate a sense of familiarity.



This circa 1880 collection has been authentically reproduced in hues of cool indigo and warm mahogany, reminiscent of wintry days and warm nights by the fire.


Evening Haze
A spring collection from Sue Daley was designed specifically for fussy cutting. Sue Dailey has created some unique patterns for these classic reproduction prints.


30’s minis, how can you resist! Small but mighty, these bright cheery prints will be the perfect addition to your 30’s stash.
*You only have to wait until April for this range.



The Victorian era began with the coronation of Queen Victoria in 1837. Floral and paisley motifs were typical of the day, arranged in tightly packed patterns. Fabrics featured hues of bright reds, blues, neutrals, and pinks accented with black. This Victoria collection is a beautiful representation of the patterns and colors of the time period.

We hope you enjoyed seeing a preview of our new collections for 2015, many more to come.

If you would like to view individual prints and collections on our coming soon page, click here.