|Format||PDF (Download Only)|
|Author||Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop|
“adorable and the directions are easy to follow.”
The Adelaide Vintage Romper is ready for carefree summer days and running barefoot through the lawn. The Adelaide features vintage styling with sweetheart neckline, collar, halter ties, shirred back, accent piping and pockets for storing little treasures.
The Adelaide also has an optional snap closure at the crotch in sizes 3 mos. -4t and an optional hidden snap at the neckline for easy potty breaks for the big girls.
Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated. New to sewing? No problem- the tutorial will walk you through and if you get stuck I'm always available to help you out via email.
You may sell rompers made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.
Full yardage/size chart in additional photos
2-3 Decorative Buttons (optional)
Snaps for Opening at crotch (optional)
Snap for easy on/off at neckline (optional)
adorable and the directions are easy to follow.
Love this pattern. I have made 3 already and have 2 cut out ready to go!
I LOVED this pattern! Easy to follow, I love the detailing with the piping. Tons of compliments. The only issues I had is the sizing. I would suggest going up one size for a perfect fit, two sizes for room.
Very easy to follow, so CUTE!
Very cute! I make one just like the pattern. My daughter wanted a skirt instead, so I made a second with a skirt. Plan on making another with capri or full length pants. I found it was easier to attach the back bodice to the short back before running the elastic gathers. I also sewed the lining down with my machine all the way around except at the bottom and just did a 1/4 hem there.
Great pattern and super cute when sewn.
so super cute! the pattern is easy to follow. I did change a few things on the second one I made to make it easier for me (pleats instead of basting, and next time i'll try something different than shirring only because my machine seems to hate shirring). I agree with another reviewer who mentioned going up a size. our 3 year old measured for a size 4, but it still seemed a little small when I finished it. our 6 year old measured for a 6, but I think hers could be a little longer. having said that, they both fit and the girls can wear them. they love them and couldn't wait to put them on! i'll be making more!
Super Cute! Putting the pattern is simple.
ADORABLE and easy to follow pattern! I'd suggest going up a size because it seems to run a bit small, but I'm super happy with the rompers I've made so far.