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|Author||Little Lizard King|
“Very cute! Snap tape was tricky”
This super sweet romper pattern contains detailed instructions and step by step directions for the most adorable bubble romper ranging in size from 0-3 months through 4T, including an option to make a matching romper for your child’s doll.
Your little one is sure to be the talk of the town in this little number! Use fabric or ribbon for the neck straps.
This tutorial is an easy sew; the romper instructions are FULL of detailed instructions, diagrams, and photos for simple step by step directions.
You are more than welcome to sell rompers locally or online.
Note: These are downloadable instructions for making halter bubble romper . Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
You are more than welcome to sell rompers locally or online. Duplicating any part of this pattern is strictly prohibited.
Fabric, Elastic, Sewing Notions, Optional Ribbon
Very cute! Snap tape was tricky
I myself opted out on doing the snap tape, little tricky on the 3 - 6 mts. Pattern was very easy , I love this romper
I love, love, love this romper!
I liked the pattern. I bought it for the doll size, so I really didn't follow the snap tape directions. But I loved the look and fit for the Dolly romper.
Easy to put together,but I did leave out the snap tape option.
Pattern worked up very fast. I did not use snap tape b/c none of my craft store carry it. So folded over my raw edge and sewn across.
Cute pattern. I love the unique shape of this romper. I agree with op that the directions for the snap tape are weird.
So other than the fact that I couldn't manage the snap tape, it was an easy and adorable pattern! I made one for my daughter and for a doll and get lots of compliments whenever she has it on. I added a flower embellishment on the front for an even bigger wow factor!
A very nice pattern and lots of photos which is great :) Not too keen on the instruction asking to sew the snap tape directly to a raw edge on the bottom.