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Baby Girl Ruffle Romper FREE sewing pattern (2-4 months)

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Baby Girl Ruffle Romper FREE sewing pattern (2-4 months)

This is the Baby Girl Ruffle Romper FREE sewing pattern from the designer I can sew this.

Now’s your chance to make this cute Ruffle Romper with this step-by-step tutorial and free sewing pattern.

The designer has made this romper so that it is easy to take on or off, but it does not have a snap crotch. It makes for a faster and easier sewing project.

This Ruffle Romper has a generous open back, with tulle ruffles and two small bows.

The designer describes it as a simple sewing project that comes together really quickly. You can finish it all in 1-2 hours, depending on your skills. Besides, you can make this romper with fabric scraps – baby clothes are so tiny!

The designer used an old baby onesie to trace the pattern. Her finished ruffled romper is in size 2-4 months (a baby weight of 13 lb and a baby length of 24”). 

So what fabrics did the designer use to make  her cute Ruffle Romper? She actually used soft jersey and soft tulle fabric. It features two double ruffles that go across the shoulders and extend all the way to the back, plus a skirt made of layered tulle ruffles. And she also added two small tulle bows to the bodice to jazz it up.

Baby Girl Ruffle Romper FREE sewing pattern (2-4 months)

Please be aware that the designer describes her Ruffle Romper as made for photo sessions, not for everyday use. She’s always loved baby photo props, as all these little things look so fun and creative and 100% adorable. You can add ribbon, lace, appliques, or pearls to your photo prop romper if you want a variety of textures. As she says anything is possible!

What’s needed to make a Ruffle Romper:-

Baby Girl Ruffle Romper FREE sewing pattern (2-4 months)

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