"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.

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.   

All of our customized head and neck scarves are printed in America.


There are three ways to purchase a scarf from Coming Up Rosies.

1.  Purchase one of Rosie's masterpieces.  Choose from "Crazy Pink", "Purple Love", “Forever Rainbow”, “Crazy Colors”, "Tia Coky" or "Jonny's Angels" head or neck scarves.  10% of the purchase price from the sale of Rosie's preprinted scarves will be donated to the National Alopecia Areata Foundation (NAAF).    

2.  Create your own custom scarf.  Email us a jpeg of an existing piece of artwork (on canvas or paper), and we will custom print it directly onto a bandana, head or neck scarf.

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

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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).