38/100: 100 Days of Making

38/100: 100 Days of Making

Romper Suit!

We had Aubrey overnight and I quickly finished this off this morning before Lauren came to collect her… it’s just perfect for a 39 degree Brisbane Sunday. This unisex pattern was an old Kwik Sew that someone had given me. It is meant for knit fabrics but this is a cotton woven fabric from Spotlight.

There were meant to be studs in the crotch but I dispensed with those as it is easy enough to do a nappy change by unfastening the buttons at the top. I love old school romper patterns… so practical for girls and boys in hot weather!

About the Author:

Julie runs most of the workshops at Ministry of Handmade. Over the years she has studied design, knitted, crocheted, made quilts, recovered lounge suites, renovated four houses, made furniture, refurbished lampshades, made curtains, done clothing alterations for boutiques, spun wool, assembled short runs of garments for award winning fashion designers, themed events and published books.

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