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Ruffle Romper sewing pattern (Newborn to 5/6T)

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Ruffle Romper sewing pattern (Newborn to 5/6T)

This is the Ruffle Romper pdf sewing pattern from the designer Elemeno Patterns.

Now’s your chance to make this adorable romper for babies and toddlers, complete with a snap crotch. It has a drawstring that ties in the back, but if you would rather use elastic, then the designer has included an option in the pattern as well. Like all of this desigers patterns, this is a quick sew, very comfy for your little one, and at the same time super cute.

The designer rates her sewing project as suitable for a beginner sewer. In fact all of the designers sewing patterns are designed for beginner sewers who do not have much experience.

The pattern comes in ELEVEN sizes from newborn to 5/6T as follows:-

  • Preemie,
  • Newborn,
  • 0-3 months,
  • 3-6 months,
  • 6-12 months,
  • 12-18 months,
  • 18-24 months,
  • 2-3T,
  • 3-4T,
  • 4-5T,
  • 5-6T.

Ruffle Romper sewing pattern (Newborn to 5/6T)

What’s needed to make a Ruffle Romper:-

  • Woven or knit fabric of your choice. 45″ bolt: NB: 1/2 yd; 0-3M to 2-3T: 3/4 yd; 3-4T to 5-6T: 1 yd. 60″ bolt: NB: 1/2 yd; 0-3M to 5-6T: 3/4 yd,
  • 1/4 inch wide elastic: 18-30″ depending on size,
  • Three size 16 or 20 snaps,
  • Interfacing for snap crotch,
  • Basic sewing supplies,
  • A sewing machine.

The downloaded PDF file includes the following:-

  1. Full supply list,
  2. Super easy print-and-cut pattern,
  3. A0 projector file,
  4. Super easy step-by-step instructions with clear photo illustrations of how to assemble the pattern, how to cut the pieces, and of course, how to sew it,
  5. A glossary of terms for beginner sewers,
  6. Several “tips and rifts” throughout the pattern that allow you the freedom to make changes if you would like,
  7. FREE bandana bib pattern.

Ruffle Romper sewing pattern (Newborn to 5/6T)

If you would like to download the pdf pattern you can click on the blue button below.

Click here for the pattern