I’ll keep this short and sweet as we just got home from camping and I have a ton of things to put away and not to mention the huge laundry pile that’s staring at me. At first I wasn’t going to write a blog post about my newest sew but then I started posting in the sewing groups on Facebook and I just felt that this pattern really deserves a place on the blog.
Sofiona just released the Miss Romper Bundle a new pattern in their miss junior line. I made the kids version for Anita earlier in the spring and it was the first garment I made for her that got me feeling I want this in my size, and now I have three and one more on the cutting table.
The pattern comes in three length options, with or without sleeves and if you don’t think you are a romper person – yet, there is also an option for just a peplum top or a dress. So plenty of possibilites! By now I have one in full length with sleeves and one more full length on the cutting table that’s going to be sleeveless. The fabric I used for this one is cotton jersey I bought from Abby’s Tekstiler, I love how it looks and feels.
Then I have two in capri length, this fabric is also cotton jersey from Abby’s Tekstiler but it was from their outlet section so maybe its all gone cause I can’t find it again. I’m usually not a pocket person but I love that these pockets are actually a good size and by that I mean you can put your phone in them and it wont stick out or just fall right out.
The pattern comes with 4 different bust sizes and in sizes 0 – 20. I made all mine in size 4A bust graded to 8 waist and 10 hips. I also added about 7 cm to the hem line on my full length version as I’m taller than the height the pattern is drafted for.
This one is in french terry so a bit heavier fabric with less drape but very cozy to wear. I’m not sure which Norwegian fabric store I bought it from. I must start keeping inventory on where I get my fabric from, I always think I’m going to remember but then I just don’t.
I would say that this is one of those patterns that is a must have in your collection. Now I’ll go back to putting things away after our camping trip, how fun!