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Get ready for a showstopper! The Melbourne Romper is the perfect choice for comfort, ease, and will stand out amongst all those other rompers! Criss-cross straps fasten in back -- with or without a ruffle -- making this pattern great for boys and girls alike. It even has a halter version tied into a bow in back which makes this romper ideal for dressing cool for those hot, summery days. Or you can warm it up using the criss-cross version and putting a tee underneath with knee-highs! You can't go wrong however you style it!!
The Melbourne pairs very nicely with the Macy Pinafore, making it a great sibling set. You can see it here...
Suggested woven fabrics - cotton, rayon, linen, and flannel.
The yardage table in picture 5 is for the criss-cross straps (with or without ruffle). A more comprehensive chart is included in the pattern ;).
This pattern is sold as instant download. After purchase, you will be able to download it. Make sure you have a PDF reader (like Adobe Reader) as you will need this to open your file. If you don't have Adobe Reader already, you can go here to download it free...
What this PDF contains:
Sizes 3-6 mo, 6-9 mo, 9-12 mo, 12-18 mo, 2T, 3T, and 4T
Size chart in imperial or metric
Fabric requiremnets in imperial or metric
Computer drawn patterns--they are already full-sized and will print on your home computer
Tutorial --instructions with pictures detailing each step!
YouTube videos for extra help
Glossary of terms
******* This pattern contains the option to print layers! :) *******
Sewing level: Confident beginner
NOTE: These pattern pieces are also available in A0 format so you can have a print shop print them up on one piece of paper (33x47 inches); there's no printing or taping at home ;). If you would like this option, just message me after purchase, and I'll be happy to send it over!
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Please understand due to the electronic nature of this pattern, refunds and/or exchanges aren't offered.
***If sewing garments in a small business capacity, keep in mind that this pattern has a sizing guideline and isn't universal to each and every child. It's best to get individual measurements and sew according to those. ***
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