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"My dream is that bald kids like me can be happy. The scarves will help them to love themselves just the way they are. I hope the head scarves make them feel better about themselves and make them smile."  - Rosie, age 5

Our Scarves.  Made with love.  100% of the proceeds fund Scarf Making programs throughout the world.

Our Coming Up Rosies customized scarf products are made from 100% microfiber polyester.  This breathable fabric is UPF 35 rated, odor resistant, seamless, moisture wicking, quick drying, and machine washable in cold water.

Head Scarf: Our one size fits all head scarf is 10x20 inches in length.  It's tubular in shape, which is easy enough for a young child (or adult) to put on and off independently.  This versatile scarf can be worn on the head or gently around the neck. 

Neck Scarf:  Our neck scarf is 27x70 inches in length.  The lightweight, breathable 100% polyester fabric is a nice addition to any wardrobe.  The neck scarf can be a companion scarf to your child's neck scarf, or simply a wonderful way to show off your child's artwork.   


Two ways to purchase a scarf from Coming Up Rosies.

1.  Purchase one of Rosie's masterpieces.  Choose from one of the Rosie painted designs featured on our Buy page.

2. Buy a “Scarf Making Kit” for a child or loved one.  The kit includes an 9x11 canvas, brushes, paints, and a custom printed head band head scarf, or neck scarf of their masterpiece.


Tips for photographing your child's artwork: 

For best printing results, refer to the directions below.  You can use any modern digital cameral including DSLR, iPad, iPhone, and/or Android phones.  Note: Standard iPhone/Android photo resolution should be sufficient.  

Fill the viewfinder with the artwork (as best as possible).

Once you take your photo, please follow the steps 1-3 below.  The steps may vary depending on your preferred device (Apple, iPhone/iPad, Windows, Android).  

  1. Confirm your image size is a minimum of 3000x2000 resolution.  To determine resolution, click on the image and choose "Get Info" to confirm.  
  2. Select  "Actual size" for the "Image size."  This ensures the image is a full-resolution uncompressed, original file which works best for printing.
  3. Email the photo to info@cominguprosies.com with a Subject line: Child's Name and date (ex. Micky Mouse 7/17/16).

If you need additional details on how to confirming a jpeg's resolution or how to email an "actual size" image, please refer to the tutorials by device below.  Devices include: iPhone, Android, iPad, Apple Computer and Windows.

iPhone:  Screen shots of the following:  1) How to email jpeg from Photos, 2) How to address the email (To: info@cominguprosies.com) and subject line (Subject: Child's name and date), and 3) How to email an uncompressed or "Actual size" jpeg.

Android:  Screen shots of the following:  1) How to confirm jpeg image size, 2) How to email a jpeg as an attachment, and 3) How to address the email (To: info@cominguprosies.com) and subject line (Subject: Child's name and date).

iPad: Screen shots of the following:  1) How to email jpeg from Photos, 2) How to address the email (To: info@cominguprosies.com) and subject line (Subject: Child's name and date), and 3) How to email an uncompressed or "Actual size" jpeg.

Apple Computer:  Screen shots of the following:  1) How to confirm jpeg image size, 2) How to email a jpeg as an attachment, 3) How to address the email (To: info@cominguprosies.com) and subject line (Subject: Child's name and date), and 4) How to email an uncompressed or "Actual size" jpeg.

Windows Operating system: Screen shots of the following: 1) How to confirm jpeg image size, 2) How to email a jpeg as an attachment, 3) How to email an uncompressed or "Actual size" jpeg, and 4) How to address the email (To: info@cominguprosies.com) and subject line (Subject: Child's name and date).