Nantucket bubble romper PDF sewing pattern. 0m-4y
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Nantucket bubble romper pattern for baby, toddler, boys, girls, infant, and newborn children. PDF Sewing Pattern. Instant Download.
❥ Sizes: 0 months - 4 years. Please choose the size by heigh-chest (not by the age) to ensure a proper fit.
❥ ROMPER FEATURES: This romper has been hand-picked for babies. Sweet and playful, our Nantucket Bubble is essential for all seasons. Made with a fitted yoke and gathered bodice, this romper features classic elements like a Peter Pan collar or shoulder ruffles. The elasticized leg holes and a roomy waistline are comfortable additions, while the crotch and back snap plackets help to make changes quick, fuss-free affairs.
❥ FABRICS: Poplin, linen, quilting cotton fabrics, crepe, corduroy, lightweight denim, velvet, cotton knit, gauze.
❥ PDF project includes a professionally graded sewing pattern and comprehensive how-to-make tutorial for US Letter and A4.
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I have been a memerb of the group for awhile but this is my first purchase and attempt to make an item as I have been put off by other companies PDF patterns in the past. So far this has been a breeze from printing and taping together, Im just about to cut out and sew. Liove the fact there is a video as well as written instructions. Excited to see my finished garment and make others.
I enjoyed using this pattern and am pleased with the outcome. I'm looking forward to my new grand-daughter wearing it come summer.
This pattern was easy to use. Here’s the situation. A friend of mine asked someone to make a romper from an infant blanket since the child was going to turn one and would have looked great on pictures for her first birthday. Well they ruined the blanket. I was able to purchase new material for her and use the leftover material to attach to the newly made romper to give the appearance of a skirt/apron.
The pattern you provided was very easy and enjoyed using it. The mom loved the romper.