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Bubble Romper Pattern, Jack and Jill


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It is so exciting to make a pattern that is so versatile! The Jack and Jill Romper can be made for either a boy or girl! You choose to add the front pocket, ruffles on the bum, ruffles on the leg, or just keep it basic. And if you have twins. they can match!! Great gift idea. This pattern fits sizes 3 months - 24 months. 2 button placements on the shoulders for that growing baby. Snap opening for easy diaper changes. No seam down the front center for that crisp look. Pattern bubbles perfectly around the baby's diaper and stops before the leg begins so you can see their cute chubby legs. Pattern has real pictures for every step!!! Skill level - some sewing experience will help. Some edges have been sewn by a serger, but tell you how you can do these steps with out one. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS baby sizes 3 month to 24 month

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 yard each of 2 fabrics
  • 1 - 2 packages snap tape
  • 1 package 1/4"elastic

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My Taylor Made
Coming home with a shopping bag full of fabric that has no known future as of yet, is very normal in our home. My husband is very patient and supportive with my love to sew. As a child, my mom put me in sewing lessons. That was all I needed in life. I was hooked. I still remember that pair of M.C. Hammer pants that I wore everywhere. I was so proud of every tiny project I made. As soon as I could start teaching other I was ecstatic! And I continued to challenge myself and sew new things. Then I went to Ricks College (now known as BYU-Idaho) and majored in Fashion Design and Construction. Loved it! I had so much fun! This is where I learned a lot more techniques and was able to design a line of clothes. I designed and sewed my own wedding dress when I married in 2000. Loved it! After I had my second child, my daughter, I couldn't resist every frilly dress and huge bow I could find. So I started creating my own. I am having so much fun, and my kids are to. They keep coming up to me, "Mom, can you make this? (As they show me a drawn picture or start motioning with their hands.)" They are budding designers ready to shine. My husband and I now have 4 children who are my true inspiration for my patterns.