A Sailor’s Romper

by sew.knit.create on September 17, 2013 · 4 comments

in Children,Kids,Modern Patterns,Rompers / Playsuits

If I could I would dress my boy in vintage baby clothing all the time! There is something unique in vintage pieces or vintage inspired pieces and I love to incorporate vintage style in outfits that I make for my son. Here is a summer romper that I created back in July.

The bodice is fully lined (another thing I enjoy about sewing clothes myself) and I ended up adding piping that wasn’t called for in the original pattern. Oh, and yes that is a vintage bike as well!

If you would like to see more pictures please head over to my blog!

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Hi! I am a sewer, knitter, crocheter, and crafter enthusiast! I love retro, vintage, and antique clothing and accessories. I am a blue-noser living probably as far away from water as you can get in the US. I love working with modern patterns and fabrics to achieve a vintage look. I am obsessed with crafting books and love reading through vintage fashion and beauty books.

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Debbie Feely September 17, 2013 at 9:43 am

So cute! I make this kind of thing too! So fun! I love that belt in the back, and the way the back bodice is cut, more like a coverall than overalls. Cute model too! : )


Debbie Feely September 17, 2013 at 10:53 am

Found your blog, following on Bloglovin’


mochaccinoland September 17, 2013 at 11:48 am

your son is precious and that romper is just too cute <3



Jean September 17, 2013 at 1:12 pm

I love seersucker. The little one and the outfit are both darling! So much cuter than all the sports motto things the boys have to choose from.


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