A multi optioned coverall with easy front access! You can use the built-in mitts option up to size 12m, or use the cuff options. Inseam snaps and footies are both optional as well. You pick! This is the perfect sew for newborns and to give as a gift :)
The envelope suit can be made with short sleeves and shorts or long sleeves and long legs or any combination of the two! It's a beautiful look for solid french terry fabrics or a fun printed jersey.
$7.50 USDThe pop romper is a super fun pattern that is easy to make in knit or woven fabric! Use ties or closed straps for this playful look :)
This playsuit is a standard fitting coverall with a slimmer leg, there are multiple options for sleeves and snaps! You can mix and match and style as you please :) So many cute options for newborns all the way to 6!!
NOTE: You will need to do EITHER the snap placket or inseam snaps, or you can do both! At least one needs to be used to get the garment on though :)
$7.50 USDThese shorts with a kangaroo pocket are an easy sew for a trendy, functional outcome! Style works well for all sizes :)
The essential coverall has a few different styles to choose from, you can make it super simple and minimal or add all the options :)
NOTE: The snap inseam is recommended for all styles. You can omit the snaps and only do the back opening if the size is smaller than 24m but any larger sizes the snaps cannot be omitted :)
$7.50 USDA throwback style! Retro romper can work in a tank for warm weather or a long sleeve with leggings underneath for cold weather.
A super cool utility coverall for any age! Full video tutorial to help along the way will make it easy, this is worth trying zippers if you haven't before :)
This polo romper pattern is perfect for a sporty or retro look, depending on your fabric choice :) You can make it short or long, and make the binding in a band style or folded over like the traditional style. There are a lot of styling options depending on your fabric choice
Our latest free pattern is a classic, versatile diaper cover that can be made with or without a drawstring. Choose elastic or knit bands for the legs. These bummies are an easy, fun sew!!!
This one-piece pattern is meant to have a t-shirt and pants look to it while maintaining the convenience of a single! No more belly or nappy showing from under the t-shirt :) Make in short or long sleeve, shorts or pants.
Our breezy romper is the perfect answer to warm weather! Snaps at the bottom make changes super easy :)
Make it with cap sleeves or in a tank top style- add buttons or snaps on the placket.
This could be modified for woven if you add seam allowance to the armholes and neck hole to fold over for hemming.
There are 2 videos for this pattern on YouTube.
This zip jacket can be made with a hood or neckband finish, use the vest for warmer weather or the long sleeves for cooler weather. There's a finished zipper placket inside to make it very comfortable, no zipper edges! Great for an intermediate sewer.
Vest shown with the slim harems
This romper pattern has so many options, you will be able to use it year round for any age! Make it in shorts or pants, with short sleeves or long sleeves. Or our favorite, the pants with the tank top option.
On top of that, there's an option for a snap placket on the legs for the younger babes!
Sewing pattern for fully reversible overalls with a contrasting side panel. Fold up the hem of the pants to add some extra pop! The pockets are made to have a soft play dough look, pressed on after being shaped.
These pants make a statement in both the long and the short version. Easy to make and comfortable for all stages! The yoga style, fold-over waistband and drawstring are a killer combo for style and function. A modern look to go with a modern fabric.
Shown paired with the lap neck tee.
The harem coverall is likely the most sought after style currently. Now you can make it yourself and customize with short sleeves, long sleeves or tank top! You can also add a cuff to the ankle, simply roll it up or hem it. Use your creativity with this pattern, the options are many!
The hood zip coverall pattern is a go-to for newborns and toddlers both! It's such an easy one to change diapers in and you know your baby is always fully covered and cozy! The hood is a stylish way to make sure they are comfortable if the air gets a bit chilly.
For a preview of the tutorial check out the blog post.
A vest pattern with a hood and a pocket. It doesn't get much better! Works perfectly for all seasons, just depends on the weight of fabric you choose. Great for those fall days and easily layered for a warmer feel.
Preview the tutorial in the blog post.
The lounge romper is a great style for solid fabrics. The optional pockets are perfect for carrying treasures and look adorable too! If you are sewing for an older child you can use a stretchier fabric and skip the snaps, just pull up through the neck. The fit is generous on this style but you can also size down one if you prefer a closer fit.
See blog post for tutorial preview.