Jackie Romper Pattern | Kids Sewing Pattern pdf | Girls Romper | Sizes 12M-5T
This cute romper is so easy and fun to make! Its easy cut and style are great for dressing you little one in the summer months. The rolled cuff allows this style to grow with your little one as well as to help keep her cool on a warm day.
For this Romper you will need: Between 1/4yd-1 1/8yd of fabric Ribbon or fabric for neck tie Sewing Machine Serger (Optional)
The Pattern contains the following sizes: 12M - 31" Tall 18M - 34" Tall 2T - 36" Tall 3T - 38" Tall 4T - 41" Tall 5T - 42" Tall
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- PDF Sewing Pattern
- US Imperial Measurement
- Size 12months to 5T
- Suitable for Beginners
Materials you need at home:
- Between 1/4yd-1 1/8yd of fabric
- Ribbon or fabric for neck tie
- Sewing Machine
- Serger (Optional)
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