This oversized Sweater Romper instantly became a new favorite of ours and we hope you all love it too! The pattern comes in sizes NB - 5T and has the options of a hood/neckband, pocket/no pocket, and a cinched waist or no cinch. For the cinched option there are instructions on adding some length to the bodice for more flounce.
Because this is geared toward littles, the crotch is wide to accommodate diapers. The romper still looks adorable on kids without diapers but I suggest narrowing the crotch. The instructions include a graphic on how do to this so keep that in mind when planning your project!
Pattern Type: PDF - Letter, A0, Projector Optimized
Includes Layered Pattern, Fabric/Notion Requirements, and Pictured Instructions
Skill Level: Beginner - Anyone with a machine can make this romper!
Materials: * Knit fabrics such as french terry, waffle, slub jersey and sweater fleece * Rib knit for cuffs * 1/4" elastic or elastic thread (shirring method) * 3 or 4 sets of snaps * Interfacing
Additional Sizes Examples and Pictures: Click HERE
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Please don't share the file with anyone, though you are welcome to share a printed size with others.
How do I receive my pattern? Right after purchasing, you will be directed to a confirmation page where you can download the files. You will also receive an email with a link to download your files. You can always log back in and see your files.
It will come in .zip format so it's best to download and save it somewhere on your desktop!
What kind of machine do I need to sew your patterns? A sewing machine is a must. If you are really wanting to get into making clothing though, I HIGHLY suggest getting a serger. Sergers make everything easier and cleaner. They also sew with knits a lot better than regular sewing machines!
I also own a coverstitch machine which has been a game changer. It's definitely not necessary but it is an amazing machine to have if you want your clothes to have a professional finish.
Can I sell clothes I make from your patterns? Yes, as long as you are the one sewing the clothes (you may not outsource to a manufacturer or otherwise mass produce the clothes). We love seeing our designs come to life!
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How Do I know what size to print? Once you download the pattern, open up the instructions and there is a sizing chart that will help you decide which size to print! If your kiddo is in between sizes you can always take the width of one size and length of another.
Can a beginner sew your patterns? Yes! We have patterns for beginners and experienced sewists alike. In the description of each pattern there will be a level of difficulty and it's up to you to decide!
Do you support Layers? YES! Each pattern has layers incorporated so you can just deselect any sizes you don't want to print!