This romper is totally reversible, so you get two outfits for your effort. The cutie above is donning a St. Patrick's romper (no pinching) that doubles as an Easter outfit!
The St. Pat's side is made of a stripey cotton and features this applique from SWAK embroidery. The Easter side is made from soft baby wale corduroy, and the wool felt chick applique is also from SWAK.
The romper can be made in a range of lengths from full-length to longish shorts length. This little hunk is anything but crabby in his short-alls! I used a boyish homespun fabric and this great applique on one side...
...and this awesome crab fabric on the reverse. I scored the fabric (which was exactly what I had in mind) at Stitches Etc. in Timonium MD. They have the most amazing selection of novelty fabric I have ever seen in one spot, and it is so well organized. How lucky am I that they are just a few miles from my house?
Ok, more rompers!!! This tough little pirate is wearing a jon-jon made from Sis Boom Basics Fabric, and this awesome applique...
And the reverse side features a fun beachy scene, also from Stitches etc! All of the rompers show above have snappable inseams for easy diaper changes. I included instructions for both snap tape and press-on snaps, but there are also instructions for sewn inseams.
The eBook comes with a bonus supplement that includes instructions for adding darling ruffles AND patterns for cute little dolly rompers!
Even with the ruffles, the romper is completely reversible!
There separate patterns for 18" girl dolls and 15" baby dolls. I just love American Girl Julie in her hip paisley romper!
A huge thank you to my testers!!! They gave me so much great feedback that allowed me to tweak the fit and fine tune the instructions. Their adorable creations can be seen on the "I made this" slideshow on the Reversible Romper product page on YouCanMakeThis.com.