Free Romper Pattern {0-9 months}

Today I’m so excited to share this free romper pattern. Its my first pattern available in three sizes!  0-3, 3-6 and 6-9 months.  This Romper has a front and back yoke, with gathered bubbble bottom. I used snaps to close the back and the diaper area. You can add optional ruffles on the front to make this outfit extra yummy.

Free Romper Pattern Size 0-9 months. #sewing #sewingforkids #baby #freepattern

Last week I was part of  the You and Me series at While She was Sleeping, hop over to that post for more photos of the two of us and  some thoughts on sewing… go check it out! I’ll be sharing the tutorial for this skirt next week.
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 You can print the free romper pattern here. {NOTE: if you previously printed this pattern please reprint. Just made changed 6/11/14 as it was not printing full size. Changed some settings, not ready to go!!} I’ve also got step by step instructions for this romper, so scroll down and enjoy. oh and I would LOVE any photos or feedback if you do make this pattern.

Free Romper Pattern Size 0-9 months. #sewing #sewingforkids #baby #freepattern

This pattern is not my original design, I copied this romper from Oshkosh. It was a 6 moth size. The romper I made on the left is the smallest size of my pattern. I also sewed up the largest size, but forgot to get a photo of all three {and I gifted the small one!}

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Okay… so go print the pattern and let’s get started.

Pattern NOTES {READ FIRST!}

1. I made the 6-9 month romper and it wasn’t very long. ADD 2 inches where indicated on the pattern if sewing the larger size. The width is fine. You might also want to consider adding 1 inch to the middle size {3-6} if your child is longish.

2. you will need 3/4 of a yard fabric, Elastic and 6 snaps. I used KAM snaps, but regular set metal ones would work fine.

3. Seam allowance is included, but small 1/4-1/3 inch…

4. This pattern is intended for woven fabric, but if you know what you are doing, knits should work too.

Cut out the front yoke {x2} on the fold and back yoke {x4} and sew the shoulder seam to create two yokes.

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Place the two right sides together and sew the neckline and arm holes. If you don’t use a serger, clip the seams now.romperpattern9

Pull the back yoke through the shoulder seam on both sides to turn the yoke and create clean seams. The front bottom and back bottom should still be un-sewn. Top-stitch the neckline and armholes close to the edge.

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Fold back 1 inch of the left back yoke. Sew.

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I have edited the bottom facing pattern piece. You can see the crossed out one on the pattern, ha! So I think its okay now, but if the facing doesn’t match the bottom of the romper, you can create your own by tracing the romper line and then cut a 3/4 inch wide semi-circle.

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Finish the longer edge of the facing, then sew the shorter edge to the romper bottom. Right sides together.

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Top-stitch both sides of the facing to secure it to the romper. Front romper facing now complete.

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Back romper facing. This should be four small pieces. Sew two together in the center, repeat with other two.romperpattern5

Place the two pieces right sides together, turn and top-stitch. The facing should now look like below.

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Sew to right side of back romper.

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Sew the side seams of the romper, right sides together. Measure the leg openings, and cut elastic 3 inches shorter than opening.

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Sew elastic with a zig-zag and stretch the elastic as you sew. Fold elastic over and sew again to finish the leg openings.

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Gather the top of the romper bottom. It should be 2 inches bigger than the width of the front and back. Pin the front, centering it between the side seams. Sew.

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Pin the back {there should be 1 inch between the front and back yokes under the arms} Over lap the back yoke pieces by about 1 inch. Sew

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You now have finished edges, except for under the arms.

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Fold down and pin. Top stitch around the entire gathered top of romper, securing the under arms as you go. Put four snaps evenly placed in front and back bottom facing. Place two snaps on the back yoke as closure.

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The finished back.

Free Romper Pattern Size 0-9 months. #sewing #sewingforkids #baby #freepattern

Cute right? The romper and the kids are pretty adorable if I do say so myself!

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You can add ruffles to the front if you want.  I didn’t take step-by-step photos of the ruffles but here is the idea.

1. Cut fabric 1 inch x 24 inches. Cut 2 if thicker and 4 if thin {like mine.. I used chiffon}

2. finished the edge with a rolled hem. Mine were two layers, but if it was thicker use only one.

3. Gather down the center of the fabric strip. It should be 1 inch longer than the front of romper. Pin 1 ruffle right above front seam and sew down the center. Fold 1/2 inch around armhole. Sew the other ruffle right above the first, fold over ends the same way.

Free Romper Pattern Size 0-9 months. #sewing #sewingforkids #baby #freepattern

Okay, I think that’s it! Please let me know if you have questions while making one of these cute rompers. I’m happy to offer this free romper pattern for personal use and can’t wait to see what you come up with! I’d love for you to check out my sewing for kids page for other great ideas.

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Emily is a stay at home mom to two crazy boys {which she adores} and one amazing husband. She loves to sew, but also dabbles in crafting and recipes. Her faith, friends and family keep her going and motivated. Come along for the ride!

Comments

  1. Wow – how darling is this romper? I loved it when my kiddos were little and could wear one pieces all summer long. Not that they are that big now…but out of the romper clothing, and I miss it!!! SO cute!
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    • thanks!! Rompers are my favorite too! My boys lived in them. Love having a little one around again so I can make more rompers…

  2. Gorgeous romper Emily :) Thank you for sharing your patterns and tutorial :)

  3. Just adorable, Emily!!!
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  4. Adorable almost makes me want another baby….maybe I need a cute loaner like you :)
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  5. Oh thanks a lot!!! Quite what I need for my little summer baby!

  6. You are so generous to have this pattern for free! It is adorable!!! And the model is such a cutie! Thank you for linking up to the Romper Week Link Party!

  7. What a cute romper!!! Thanks for sharing the pattern with us…

  8. This is amazing! I didn’t know you sewed! I’d love to pick your brains on patterns later :)

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