April 18th, 2014

Sunny Dress Romper

by Julie Hirt

This is quite possibly the cutest thing I’ve ever made.

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The pattern is Sunny Dress & Bloomers by Felicity Patterns on Etsy.

The pattern image has cute embroidery detail that I would have loved to use.  I tested different colors of thread and the embroidery was just lost in this print.  It’s definitely a must on the next one.

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Rose Bud Romper is the original pattern I wanted. Totally adorable, right??

I plan on buying that pattern as well and just chose the Sunny Dress first because I didn’t have elastic.  You know what it’s like when you are in the mood to make something that very second? Yeah, that happened.

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The back of it is super cute as well with the ruffle butt along the back side.

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The fabric is by Lisette  (Liesl & Co) and it almost has a vintage/feedsack vibe.  The fabric, combined with the pattern, makes me feel nostalgic in a way.

Not sure if I’ll make the bloomers for this one (bit short on the fabric), but I’ll definitely make this pattern again.  I made size 1 which says 12-18 months.

 

Updates:

  • Triangle Quilt: I still have a few rows to stitch together so I’m a bit behind.  I hope to get caught up before it’s all over!
  • Birthday Bash:  Mailing Nicole’s present today. I meant to last week but had a few things I wanted to add.
  • Scrappy Trip:  Round 4 just ended – Round 5 starts May 1st.

 

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4 Comments to “Sunny Dress Romper”

  1. It is super cute! Great fabric choice.

  2. This is so adorable!!! The hanger is a nice touch too. Love it.

  3. SO stinking adorable! I love rompers. I am considering having another baby just so I can make them wear more rompers….not really. But maybe. Haha. I love chubby baby legs in a romper! -slightly crazy lady.

  4. Hey there! I’m at work surfing around your blog from my new iphone 3gs!
    Just wanted to say I love reading yoour blog
    and look forward to all your posts! Carry onn the great work!

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