Melbourne Romper sewing pattern (3mths – 4T)

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Melbourne Romper sewing pattern (3mths - 4T)

This is a super popular sewing pattern from a very talented designer. It’s called The Melbourne Romper and it’s the perfect choice for comfort, ease, and style and will also stand out amongst all those other rompers.

It has criss-cross straps that fasten in the back and then you have the option of with or without a ruffle. These Melbourne Rompers are great for both boys and girls alike.

The designer has even added a halter version tied into a bow in the back which makes this romper ideal for dressing cool for those hot, summery days. Or she says you can warm it up using the criss-cross version and putting a tee underneath with knee-highs! You can’t go wrong however you style it!!

The best fabrics to use for this project are woven fabrics like cotton, rayon, linen, and flannel.

The designer JillyAtlanta gets some of the best customer reviews we have ever read. Here are just a few for her Melbourne Romper sewing pattern:

Lora Renshaw said – This is absolutely darling!!!! Easy to sew and follow!!! So so cute!!!

Camille said – Great pattern! Made this romper for my first sewing project and I’m extremely proud of how it turned out thanks to the easy to follow instructions!

Kimberly Van Rees said – This pattern was so well-written! The print process was simple and instructions were easy to follow and very thorough. I loved making my daughter’s birthday outfit and look forward to making several more rompers. I definitely will be purchasing more patterns from JillyAtlanta in the future!

Christine Dillmann said – As a beginner sewer, this pattern is very easy to follow. Each step has thorough instructions and photos to make it easy to understand. Best pattern instructions that I have ever purchased.

Melbourne Romper sewing pattern (3mths - 4T)

You can download the pattern by clicking on the button below.

The PDF pattern contains the following:-

  • Sizes 3-6 mo, 6-9 mo, 9-12 mo, 12-18 mo, 2T, 3T, and 4T,
  • Size chart in imperial or metric,
  • Fabric requirements in imperial or metric,
  • Notions list,
  • Sewing tips,
  • Computer drawn patterns–they are already full-sized and will print on your home computer,
  • Tutorial –instructions with pictures detailing each step!
  • YouTube videos for extra help,
  • Glossary of terms.

Click here to get the pattern

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