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I have been wanting to make this harem romper for some time, I don’t know what was stopping me, I had seen people make this in the B&T Facebook group and it looked so cool! I’m glad I finally got the time because it’s such a great sew! I’m really happy with the way it turned out.
The harem romper pattern is very easy to follow and comes with simple instructions. It’s ideal for a beginner to intermediate sewer. The rompers look super cute and are extremely versatile for warm or cold weather. Also perfectly unisex!
The sizing runs a little on the large side but better that than on the small side. I simply made a size smaller and it’s a perfect fit.
I used this stone gray organic cotton jersey fabric from Stoffonkel, which is 95% cotton and 5% elastane. I have ordered multiple colors of it and I honestly can’t be happier about the quality of this fabric. It’s a thick jersey with enough stretch but doesn’t stretch out and it’s super long-lasting! It keeps its shape after multiple washes and uses. I have used this fabric to make hundreds of leggings and shorts for Rahel and it has been really durable and lasting. I highly recommend this fabric!
The basic t-shirt pattern is also very easy to make. The pattern includes both long and short sleeves. I love that it’s not overly wide, and seems to be well proportioned for the width to length ratios. I have made these in multiple colors and sizes as Rahel has grown and I’m still happy about the fit. These are definitely some of her favorite tees in her wardrobe.
The fabric is a black and white confetti from Elvelyckan Design. It’s GOTS certified organic jersey with a typical mix of 95% cotton and 5% elastane. It’s also a very high quality and long-lasting fabric BUT make sure to wash it before cutting as the print might start to run down when you spill water or other liquids on it. I was surprised and even disappointed in the quality of the fabric at first. Because you know, show me a kid who doesn’t spill drinks on them. After I had washed the shirt it never happened again and it still looks perfectly in shape after multiple washes.
I hope you got some inspiration and wish you happy sewing! ♡
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