Must Have Baby Rompers

I might have a little addiction to sewing rompers for our baby girl. I just love how cute they are! I also think they come with the ease of a onesie from a practicality standpoint, but look a little more like you tried. That’s a win for me!

So…here is a round-up of some of the romper patterns I’ve used (most of which I sought out reviews to make sure they should actually fit when our baby girl gets here!)

  1. Bitty Bubble RomperI love all of the options this one comes with. I used it for our son a few times and probably half of his summer wardrobe last year included the bubble shorts option. Great for both girls and boys and I love that it works with both woven and knit fabrics. And then it comes with a bloomer/shorts/pants option too, which puts it over the top! This is definitely one of the more versatile and most-used patterns I have for the baby/toddler stage. Fabric for the turtle and whale rompers came from Smoogie Fabrics and all of the others came from Christy’s Cute Designs.
  2. SLPco Romper Bundle/Add-On This one is drafted to fit several of the dress bodices (both woven and knit) from the SLPco line. These are both knit bodices (I prefer sewing knits :)) and have woven bottoms. I like all of the options you have by just changing up the bodice. The heart fabric here came from Christy’s Cute Designs and the Harry Potter Daily Prophet print is from Snowy Owl Fabrics.
  3. Whimsy Romper This pattern is designed for knits, but I was told that if you use the option for a back placket and extend that down into the bottom part it could work with wovens as well (I would think only the bottom not the bodice). My favorite part about this one is the little ruffles around the legs. There’s also a sleeved option for this one too. I wish I could tell you where the pineapples came from, but unfortunately I got those from a destash.EAM Whimsey 2
  4. Emerie Romper I just love the style of this one! The scales one is actually a little swimsuit that I added a self-drafted skirt to (that’s not included in the pattern) for fun! This one is drafted for knit fabrics and comes with a few options: tank, binding, and a crop top. Scales are from Zenith & Quasar, Princess Tiana is from Christy’s Cute Designs, and the sweet peas are from Sahara Fabrics.
  5.  Muse Romper I made this for my boys when they were a little older and liked how it worked with cloth diapers (which we plan to use this time around as well) if you use the gusset option. It comes with different arm and leg lengths which makes it an option for everyday-wear rompers and sleepers. There’s also a free file in the Stitch Upon a Time FB group that shows you how to add feet so it’s more like store-bought sleepers. I can’t remember where I got the dinos from, but the cute little squirrels came from The Other Side Textiles.

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I’m gearing up to do some more round-up/comparison posts for patterns I’ve been using for my kiddos so stay tuned for more! 🙂

Affiliate link disclaimer: Some of the links included in this post are affiliate links. It does not cost you anything extra to purchase using these links, but I do receive compensation (usually 3%) for referring you. I use this to support my sewing hobby. 🙂 

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