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7 Summertime Romper Tutorials


When it comes to kids summer fashion there is nothing quite as cute as a little one running around in a romper. They are cool and breezy, easy to put on and don’t get in the way of trying to scale the tallest trees. For all you new sewing mamas rompers are a great beginner project because they are basic and quick to make. Hardest part is deciding which one of these 7 Summertime Romper Tutorials to get started on first…
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  • Zipper Romper 1 of 7
    Zipper Romper
    Sew up an adorable romper with a zipper in back.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Romper From a Sweater 2 of 7
    Romper From a Sweater
    Instead of throwing out an old sweater find out how you can turn it into a summertime romper.
    Find out more at Craft Passion.
  • Unisex Romper 3 of 7
    Unisex Romper
    The perfect romper for boys and girls.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Fairy Romper 4 of 7
    Fairy Romper
    If you have a little fairy prancing about your house sew her up a flower petal romper made just for her.
    Get the tutorial at Little Pink Monster.
  • Halter Romper 5 of 7
    Halter Romper
    Loving this vintage inspired romper.
    Get the tutorial at The Little Giggler.
  • Ruffle Romper 6 of 7
    Ruffle Romper
    Sew a tiny ruffle romper for the littlest girl.
    Find out more at Little Betty Designs.
  • Snug Romper 7 of 7
    Snug Romper
    This cute romper uses elastic at the waist to keep it fitting nice and snug.
    Find out more at Make It and Love It.

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