20 August, 2014

Reversible bubble romper

Here is a reversible bubble romper for my granddaughter. For the pattern, a t-shirt was traced and extended to form legs. The legs have an elastic casing and snaps for easy on and off. The shoulders form long tie straps for knots or bows. Shown here is the purple floral side; it reverses to solid purple. Soon it will be too cool outside for this but here in Alabama, August is a very hot month. 'Gotta love rompers. To see the matching hair bow and the pattern difficulty rating, follow the link below my signature. Prim Summer blessings.
Here is the matching hair bow for the purple floral reversible romper. It features a center knot, and is made of the purple floral fabric. The bubble romper is easy to make a pattern for and to construct, with no fasteners. Although it is fully lined, the process is quite easy as well. Just place and sew the lining inside the romper, right sides together. Sew, leaving the leg openings open, and turn. Turn up the leg hems to form elastic casings and add elastic. Finis! This earns the DIY pattern a difficulty rating of:

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