Baby Romper Tutorial: Sew Along Day 4

Welcome to Day 4 of the Sew Along!

Today I have a baby romper tutorial to share with you! It’s a fun and easy mash-up of the Lullaby Line Bodysuit and the Lazy Days Romper
Bodysuit Romper Mash-Up

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Day 1: How to Participate, Schedule, Choosing Your Supplies, etc.
Day 2: Ringer Tee Neckline Variation
Day 3: Bodysuit Dress Variation

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Definitely a comfy outfit for little ones!

With lots of room to play and go about important toddler jobs ๐Ÿ™‚

Let’s get started!

1. First off you’ll need to get your patterns printed. I did a mash-up of the 2t bodysuit and the 24 mos. romper. I used the bottom half ย of the romper but lengthened the hemline a bit so I could I could do a standard hem instead of a binding. You can definitely keep it as-is I just wanted a quick sew ๐Ÿ™‚ For the top half I lined up my front neckline of the bodysuit with the romper neckline and then traced out the top portion of the bodysuit. The bodysuit is quite a bit narrower than the romper so I narrowed it down a bit along the side seams. I ended up narrowing through the legs a bit since Will is very slim but for most kids I would keep the legs the same and maybe widen the top a bit instead.

Here’s my altered pattern all ready to go:

And all cut out


To sew up the romper I used the bodysuit instructions for the top half and the romper instructions for the bottom. Quick and easy!


Have fun with it!

2 Responses

  1. Where are you finding fun colors of binding, like the bright yellow used for this romper? The color selection at Jo-Ann is rapidly dwindling. Thanks!

  2. Is the bodysuit variation in the pattern? I haven’t bought it yet, but seeing all the variations…I may buy the whole set to make for baby shower gifts!!

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