Molly Romper for Toys Dolls or Preemie Babies / Children PDF Sewing Pattern

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A snug fit garment that opens down the center front and legs allowing you to quickly and easily get baby in and out of their romper.

Suitable for preemie babies aged 24-36 weeks and upwards.

Can also be used to create clothing for toys and dolls.

 

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Size

24-36 weeks, 0-2, 3-8, 9-14

The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Molly Romper for Toys Dolls or Preemie Babies / Children PDF Sewing Pattern

The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Molly Romper for Toys Dolls or Preemie Babies / Children PDF Sewing Pattern

The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Molly Romper for Toys Dolls or Preemie Babies / Children PDF Sewing Pattern

The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Molly Romper for Toys Dolls or Preemie Babies / Children PDF Sewing Pattern

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Pattern comes as a fullscale copyshop PDF document which can be printed on any size paper using Adobe Reader to poster print. Also available broken up onto A4 pages. The separate A4 pages have page numbers and markers to help you align each page correctly after printing.

Please view the Printing Instructions to find out how to accurately print your pattern to scale.

36 weeks

Copyshop size: 51cm x 39cm
A4 pages: 9

US Letter: 9

0-2

Copyshop size: 189cm x 33cm

A4 pages: 14

US Letter: 16

Please note that all pattern downloads are in English, however you may view the tutorial here in your chosen language by selecting your preferred language by clicking “TRANSLATE” at the top right of any page and selecting your preferred language from the drop down menu.

Molly Romper Tutorial
The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Molly Romper Tutorial

The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Molly Romper Tutorial

The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Molly Romper Tutorial

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Note: If you are printing the pattern split onto A4 pages, first arrange the pages and stick together to ensure you match the correct pieces together.

Lay the BACK pieces RIGHT SIDES together.

Pin and stitch the center back seam.

Trim and finish the seam allowance.

Lay the GUSSET RIGHT SIDES together with the back matching the balance marks.

Pin, stitch and finish the seam allowance.

Lay the FRONT and BACK pieces RIGHT SIDES together.

Pin and stitch the shoulder seam allowances.

Trim and finish the seam allowance.

Fold the SLEEVE CUFF in half lengthways. Lay RIGHT SIDES together with the SLEEVE edge.

Pin, stitch and finish the seam allowance.

With the FRONT and BACK opened up and RIGHT SIDE facing you, lay the SLEEVE RIGHT SIDES together along the armscye.

Match the shoulder seam point with the center of the SLEEVE head. Ease the rest around.

Pin, stitch and finish the seam allowance.

Begin applying the OPENING CUFF by folding in half and pinning one end to the center back seam of the neckline. Curve the CUFF off the end of the seam allowance so it hides the raw edge.

Ease the CUFF all around the NECKLINE, center FRONT, leg, GUSSET and back up to the center back neckline. Pull the CUFF so it is applied to the seam allowance with some tension. Overlap the first end with a curve again.Pin in place and ensure it is evenly EASED all around.

Pin, stitch, trim and finish the seam allowance.

Use the FASTENING PLANNER to help you decide where to place the snaps. You may need snaps closer together around the gusset and further apart down the FRONT and legs.

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