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Charlie Romper

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Author My Childhood Treasures
Price $7.50
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by bennymom
on August 16th, 2014

“Very good pattern clear and consise directions, I made only one change in the pattern, I made the applique from quilting cotton instead of felt. I feel it is more durable”

The Charlie Romper is a cute baby romper perfect for all seasons. It comes with lots of options like the car pocket, plain pockets, closed crotch or snap tape crotch for easy nappy changes. It is easy to make with comfortable elastic at the back and adjustable straps at the front. You will get compliments everywhere your baby goes in this outfit. Wear it with a turtleneck underneath in Winter or a simple singlet in Summer.

This baby sewing pattern is multi-sized and comes in sizes 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 12-18 months, 18-24 months and 24-36 months.

All my children patterns and baby patterns an can be made with or without a serger and are designed for beginner sewers who do not have much experience.

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This baby romper could be made from light to medium weight cottons in a rainbow of colours. Quilting fabrics work especially well and come in some really beautiful designs and colours.

by bennymom
on August 16th, 2014

Very good pattern clear and consise directions, I made only one change in the pattern, I made the applique from quilting cotton instead of felt. I feel it is more durable

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