The designer actually names this project her Charlie Romper. This is a cute unisex romper that features a curved front, two button locations, two cargo pockets, one front pointed pocket (kangaroo pocket), or the option of sewing this romper with no pockets at all.
The designer has made this romper slightly loose-fitting which gives comfort and allows your little one to move about without everything being too tight.
This project is described as – very easy to make! It takes approximately one and a half hours to sew.
So which fabrics are suitable to sew for this pattern you may ask? It should go for medium or lightweight woven fabrics like linen, cotton, chambray, corduroy, etc.
Please note that you do not need a serger for this pattern, but you do need a zigzag stitch to finish the raw edges.
With the Quinn Romper pdf sewing pattern you’ll get:
Layered home printable letter size, projector, and A0 files. You should print or project only the size/s you want.
Gender-neutral pleated front style.
Sizes 0-3 months to 6 years.
Crotch snap placket for sizes 0-3 months to 3T. There is no snap placket for 4T to 6 years.
Instructions include many photos for easy-to-understand assembly.
If you would like to download the pattern you can click on the blue button below.
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