I’m taking a little break from tutorials today to show you how cute the t-shirt romper is on a girl. And with some added details to the pattern. If you’re wondering I used my free t-shirt romper pattern and tutorial. For this one I used the full length of the shirt to make the legs long instead of short. I also added an elastic casing at the waist which is my very favorite part.

How to Upcycle: T-Shirt Romper Tutorial // Free Sewing Pattern

The leg length turned out to be more of a cropped length which is just adorable. It’s great to keep her legs protected from falls, the snaps are great for easy diaper changing, and a t-shirt romper can’t get much more adorable.

How to Upcycle: T-Shirt Romper Tutorial // Free Sewing Pattern

The lapped shoulder makes it easy to sew and easy to put on. Last winter I made a green polka dotted one with long sleeves and long pants, but it is still too big for her. I bet it’ll be great for next Fall though for those somewhat chilly days. I love that I reused the hems and the neckline.

How to Upcycle: T-Shirt Romper Tutorial // Free Sewing Pattern

As you can see the neckline gaps a little so I have since added a tiny pleat to pull it in. It is a perfect romper for my petite baby girl.

How to Upcycle: T-Shirt Romper Tutorial // Free Sewing Pattern

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How to Upcycle: T-Shirt Romper Tutorial // Free Sewing Pattern

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Author: Heather Handmade

I'm a seamstress and mother. I sew, blog, thrift, upcycle, design fabric, and teach sewing classes. I'm also a self-proclaimed fabric fondler.

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  1. That peach/blush color is so popular right now! She looks adorable.

    Posted on June 5, 2015 at 4:54 pm