08 May, 2014

Lavender romper: The Scientific Seamstress

Wow! Another entry in: The Scientific Seamstress' Make It This May contest. This romper is actually a birthday gift for a friends' daughter. Made of 100% cotton in lavender with white polka dots. The lining is also 100% cotton, in a white-on-white tonal with butterflies print. The leg ruffles are made of a fat quarter of 100% cotton in a bright floral striped print. The buttons are covered in that same fabric. Since this romper is an infant size, there is a snap closure inseam. Did I say already, I just adore this pattern! It is so versatile and stylish. To see the romper for my granddaughter, check out this post: Macey's romper. To see this romper's pattern difficulty rating, and the matching hair bow, follow the link below my signature.
Here is the matching hair bow for the lavender romper. It is made of eight gathered petals with one covered button as its center. This romper pattern is quite simple and fast to construct, and is fully lined with two buttonholes to be sewn. It's pattern difficulty rating is:

2 comments:

  1. Lavender with polka dots....you know I'm loving this fabric! And the hair bow would make a cute brooch or could even go on a tote bag! You're so creative my friend! Happy Mother's day!

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  2. Such a cute romper and flower! Wish I had a little girl to make one for...........
    Happy Mother's Day~

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