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How to Sew a Romper? Free Pattern and Video Tutorial

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Learn how to sew a romper with this free pattern and video tutorial. The free pattern is available in sizes XS, S, M, L, and XL and it is for a short and sleeveless romper. It has a nice halter neckline and an open back.  The romper fitted to the waist with an elastic.  To add interest you can add a waist band or a belt.

 

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Rompers are perfect for warm weather and they are very stylish, look young, and are very easy to wear.  This model will look adorable in cotton fabric (solid or print), jean fabric will also work. or you can also use lace.

Here are some lovely rompers that I found in Pinterest:

 

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Layering the romper bodice with lace will give you the perfect outfit for a night out.

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Another idea is to embellish the hemline and the armhole with a thin lace trim.

 

Materials:

You don’t need much to sew this romper only:

  • 1 yd (1 m) of fabric (cotton or rayon are good choices)
  • 1 1/2 yd (1.5 m) of 1/2″ (1 cm) elastic
  • matching thread

 

How to Sew a Romper – Sewing Instructions:

The YouTube following video show the step-by-step instructions in how to sew this romper. The video has captions in Spanish and English. You won’t believe how easy it is.


For inspiration I invite you to take a look of my Rompers Pinterest board where I pin all the rompers that I like. It shouldn’t be to hard to change the length of the romper pants.

 

Pattern Download

The pattern consists of 4 pattern pieces to be printed in 14 pages. The pages can be printed in a regular printer and should be assemble in the following order:

 

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The Free Pattern is from the Spanish website Jazz Ro DIY

 

For inspiration, I invite you to visit my Rompers board in Pinterest!

Follow Anabelle’s board Rompers on Pinterest.

 

The pictures used in this post are from the Jazz Ro DIY blog and from Pinterest.

 

I hope you like it!

 

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Happy Sewing,
Anabelle

 

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13 Responses

  1. Sam
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    I’m sorry but the pdf is no good. Digital patterns normally have a scale to help you check that the printout is the right size. This has none. Some pages are in portrait mode and some in landscape. When printed the two modes printed at different scales so the pieces don’t fit. I can’t work with this. 🙁 !!

  2. Kymelee
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    I have printed this twice. Both times it printed perfectly. I love this pattern 🙂

  3. Calli
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    Is there a way I can get written instructions? I do better with those…

  4. Anabelle Delgado
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    Sorry Calli, this pattern does not include the instructions. Just the video.

  5. Hanna
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    Can I use the upper front piece for backside as well?

  6. Anabelle Delgado
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    Hi Hanna!
    yes, I think it can work!

  7. Meg
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    Hi! I am a very awkward size; in some brands I am an xxs, but in some brands I am a medium or even a large. Is there any way to know what size I should choose?

  8. Katie
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    How do you know what size they are as they could be smaller then wanted

  9. Bethany
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    Any idea on the sizing? From my limited experience, pattern sizing is very different from ready to wear sizing.

  10. Amy Cook
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    You could transcribe the instructions or pause and screen shot and paste onto a power point slide show and page through as needed. There are a few blips in the translation: mostly sew together and hem are used interchangeably. No biggie, but you may need to keep the instructions with the pics so you can see which one she means.

  11. Anabelle Delgado
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    Thanks for the recommendation. It is a good idea 🙂

    Happy Sewing,
    Anabelle

  12. Winnie
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    Is there a size chart so I know what size I need for this pattern?

  13. Dreama Ellison-Rhodes
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    When I click on the download button it just takes me to the Spanish page, no download. What am I doing wrong?

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