kimono bodysuit : 40

Contrast trim will define this kimono bodysuit and make baby stand out among all the others in the nursery. With the wrap-style front, changing is made easy for all involved... included good ol' dad (or granddad, for that matter).  Like our kimono shirt, this pattern includes instructions for optional hand mitts, making for a great take-home option.


MATERIALS:

  • Knit fabric for bodysuit, we suggest a soft cotton jersey. AMOUNT NEEDED- 0.75 yards for all sizes.
  • Knit fabric for binding, a stretchy jersey knit works for this as well as a lightweight rib knit. AMOUNT NEEDED- 0.25 yards for all sizes.
  • 7 sets of snaps and snap fastener. We suggest size 14 (aka: 5/16" or 8mm)

MACHINES:

  • Sewing machine
  • Overlock machine / Serger – If you don't own one, you can use a small zig-zag stitch in place of the serged seam.
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Size Chart
  • Size Waist Chest Height Inseam Head
    Preemie 14 13.75 17.5 5 13.75
    Newborn 16 15.5 20.5 6.75 15
    0-3M 17.5 17 24 8.5 16.5
    3-6M 18.5 18 27 10 17.5
    6-9M 19 18.5 29 11.25 18
    9-12M 19.5 19 30.5 12 18.5
    12-18M 20.25 19.75 33 13.5 19
    18-24M 21 20.5 35 14 20
    2-3T 21.5 21 38 15.5 20.25
  • Size Waist Chest Height Inseam Head
    Preemie 35.5 35 44 13 35
    Newborn 40.75 39.25 52 17 38
    0-3M 44.5 43.25 62 21.5 42.25
    3-6M 47 45.75 68 25.75 44.75
    6-9M 48.25 47 74 28.5 46
    9-12M 49.5 48.25 78 30.5 47.25
    12-18M 51.5 50.25 84 34 48.5
    18-24M 53.25 52 90 35.5 50.75
    2-3T 54.75 53.25 96 39.75 51.5

Size range: Preemie - 3T

Skill level: Intermediate

Layers: No

Collections: All, Newborn, Tops

Type: PDF pattern