Is it festival season yet? Well, whenever the sun is out, the temptation to put on a romper is always strong. A lot of people find that there isn’t a lot of variety, and even when you find the right design, they can be expensive, and may not fit properly. This is why we had to find the best romper sewing patterns available. Each one on our list has something unique about it, and that is exactly what you want from that go-to summer outfit. We’ve taken the strain out of searching, so take a look and find a new favorite pattern.
If you are looking for a vibrant summer piece then look. no further. This design just screams of having a good time and is that head-turning romper sewing pattern that everyone will be asking about.
The cut front ensures it is breathable so when the summer months are blaring, you will remain cool, and the shorts style and attractive halter neck really top off what is a fabulous outfit.
There are plenty of size options and images to help guide the user through each step of the pattern.
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A great romper sewing pattern that will, suit an adult or teenager and it is easy because there are no zippers or buttons required.
This means some basic straight stitches and finding quality fabric are the bulk of what you can expect to have to do.
Challis and cotton knits are two good choices for this free pattern and there are sizes between 6 to 26 and pages of instructions to make the process as simple as possible.
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With fitted shoulders, a pleasant length on the shorts, and a scoop neck, this is an excellent everyday romper.
The scoop back ensures it allows plenty of air in and enough coverage to make those sweaty summer days as comfortable as possible.
It has that tank top feel to it but is a complete outfit that can be thrown on to wear to the store, the beach, or the park as it is as versatile as one could hope. It is easy to follow, and free to download.
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Another romper playsuit that just looks like it was tailor-made for summer. The airy feel and the flattering yet comfortable fit make this a staple garment for many people and it is easy to see why.
There are pockets ad shoulder ties that add a little subtle texture and it would look great with a plain tee underneath when the weather is not quite ready for you to expose the shoulders just yet.
A simple design, but one that really works.
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Using an old dress and repurposing it is always good fun, and this romper sewing pattern makes good use of the old.
Using a zig-zag stitch to finish the seams, a lot of the hard work is already done so making this off-shoulder stylish jumpsuit isn’t overly difficult.
What makes this option even better is the fact that there is a video tutorial so it is easy to follow, especially for a novice who needs to pause and go at their own speed.
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After repurposing an old dress, why not use a men’s button-down shirt and turn it into your new romper.
If you can grab one that your partner no longer needs, or find one in the sales or a thrift store then the rest is easy.
With ten simple steps, the pattern requires the use of the entire shirt with only scraps left over. The process is fun and shows that it is amazing what you can do with an old shirt and a little know-how.
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Summery and pretty as a petal, this floral jumpsuit sewing pattern looks great and has a style that would work with any printed design.
The fabrics that work best include challis, chambray, cotton, linen, and even silky types.
The whole process is great because there is an instructional video that is easy to follow but failing that, the images and guide through make everything simple.
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We, adults, don’t get to have all the fun, so try this kid’s romper sewing pattern.
It is perfect for those days where you and your little one are running behind and you need to find something for her to throw on in a hurry.
The free pattern is available in a variety of sizes between ages 2 to 11 and has adjustable straps to make it more comfortable and an elasticated waist.
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Another excellent romper for the younger madams in the house, this is one of the easier options on our list.
It can be made in sizes between 12 months to 6 years and can be printed via pdf.
The cotton quilting fabrics are going to work nicely as they have a soft feel, plenty of stretch for playtime, and can withstand a bit of rough and tumble play.
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For sizes 12 – 18 months, this cure baby romper is going to be one that you look back on in pictures and smile because you made it.
The legs snap apart making it easy to change a diaper on the go and for a design that is cute as a button, there is nothing overly complicated about it.
It is breezy enough to make a hot day more bearable and of course, it is a free baby romper sewing pattern.
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This button-up romper is cute as a button and has a small pocket and can be made in some colorful summer designs when using the right fabric.
It looks smart thanks to the collared shirt look so when tucked into a pair of shorts you wouldn’t be able to tell that it is a comfortable and cozy romper.
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This could be the baby’s first outfit as it is available in sizes from 0-3 up to 12 months old.
The gathered bubble bottom leaves plenty of room for a diaper and the front and back yoke ensures there is some nice texture to make it a little more special.
This has a summery feel and is easy to make with only a little fabric needed to fit that young one into their first romper.
More at: Life Sew Savory