24 February, 2017

Simplicity 1447 A romper

Hoping this post is finding you all well and happy. This past autumn, I made the romper pictured above for some friends' little boy. It is made of 100% cotton corduroy in a shade of dark grey. The inseam has snaps for ease of dressing the baby. The front has cute little pleats. The little shirt is cotton fabric featuring a Winnie the Pooh© print. The shirt is supposed to be a mock; sleeves and collar attached to the romper. I was afraid the dark grey may fade on the white, so made the shirt a separate piece. This pattern is very cute, and has a girls' pattern as well, plus two hat patterns. I had made the girls' dress for this little boy's sister a few years ago. This pattern's former number was 4243. The fastener is a back zipper on the romper, and the neckline and armzyche are bias tape trimmed. The pattern difficulty rating will be as before:

3 comments:

  1. Sweet outfit and love corduroy! You are an accomplished seamstress Danice.

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  2. How cute, well done. Any one would be glad to receive this for their son or Grandson.

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  3. Looks like a little heirloom outfit to me. I'm with you about color transfer. Good idea to separate the items, and little people do get their clothes dirty.

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