Our precious "Baby Bubble Romper" PDF tutorial and sewing pattern will help you create a gorgeous designer outfit for your little girl. The pattern features step-by-step instructions that are easy to follow even for beginners. You can use it over and over again to create unique creations just for her. Simply mix n' match fabrics and trims to come up with your own unique design. You'll love how precious she looks wearing her new outfit. And your friends and family will be delighted when they see her. At My Little Plumcake, we believe that the right outfit can truly add sparkle to her day.
The ribbon ties can be quickly undone so that you can change your little Missy with minimum fuss and she can quickly get back to romping around. This is really a practical little outfit so I'm sure you'll want to make more than one.
The PDF tutorial includes:
- over 35 descriptive photos
- Printable pattern pieces for each size from Newborn to 2T
- Instructions on how to cut pattern pieces
- Fabric requirements and suggestions
- Materials list
- Simple, step by step instructions
This pattern is an original My Little Plumcake design. Copyrighted 2012, all rights reserved. It is for personal use. Garments produced using this pattern may be offered for sale by in-home sewers on a small scale. We ask that you give My Little Plumcake credit for the pattern.
I am a proud wife and momma of a son and daughter. I became a stay at home mom two years ago after my daughter was born. When I am not spending time with my family you most likely will find me in a ...
I am a proud wife and momma of a son and daughter. I became a stay at home mom two years ago after my daughter was born. When I am not spending time with my family you most likely will find me in a fabric store. I would rather shop for fabric than shoes! My friends must think I am crazy!
I come from a long line of women who love to sew. My great grandmother’s quilts are still treasured to this day. My mother made all of my dance costumes when I was a child. I feel so fortunate to have been taught the skill of sewing. Who would have ever thought it would become a lost art form?
Now that I am an adult, I have come to realize that my most prized possessions are handmade items that were made for me or that were passed down to me. I hope that one day my children feel the same way about the items I make for them. I feel an enormous amount of pride that I can make something for someone that has not come from a store. A gift, I know was quality made and will last a lifetime.