Feathers Flights // Sewing Blog: DIY Romper From Button Up Shirt

6.10.2014

DIY Romper From Button Up Shirt

I made Henry some onesies from men's button up shirts when he was a baby, and they were so cute (shirt one, shirt two)! I remembered that they were on the small side so I started earlier to make one for Claire. I changed it into a cute little romper though! It's perfect for a summer baby girl.
See the pattern, fabric, time, and cost breakdown after the jump!

Pattern: shirt onesie free pattern and tutorial. I altered the bottom pieces to have lots of gathering.
Fabric: women's button up shirt, hand-me-down
Time: 2 hours, I had to alter the pattern and then figure out the construction as I went.
Cost: $.25 for snaps and thread

If you want a simple romper for a 9 mos old baby, check out this free romper pattern and tutorial.
Photo bomber brother
Heather

6 comments:

  1. On my goodness, I'm dying g over here. It's so cute it's making me want to speak baby talk!!!

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  2. Awww! Cute romper and baby!

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  3. That is just too cute. And her HAIR!

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  4. Oh baby and romper cuteness!!

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  5. She's growing so fast! And that hair?! It kills me! The romper was a great idea, I love to see babies in rompers...

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  6. Oh my gosh I want to snuggle that baby right now!!!! SOOOOO CUTE! Thank you for linking up to the party!!! http://www.sewingmamaraeanna.com/2014/06/romper-week-kick-off.html

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