Tinkerbelle Romper for Baby Girls by Felicity Sewing Patterns. Sizes to fit 3 months to 3 years.


The Tinkerbelle Romper is a cute little dress with pants attached. It is dressier then most rompers but still with the functionality of attached pants with snap fasteners on the crotch. It can be worn as a sun dress or with a T shirt under.

The Tinkerbelle has a double layer skirt and button-on straps. Elastic on the back bodice gives a snug fit.

The supplementary tutorial for the 'Party Girl'  frilled straps, lacey version is posted on my blog page.

EXPERIENCE: Advanced Beginner ----- This is an easy romper to sew you only need plain sewing skills as long as you are confident to make buttonholes --- only two buttonholes needed on the front bib. Follow the sewing tutorial closely and take care to use the exact seam allowances and you will get a perfect finish. The tutorial has a tip for managing with no buttonholes. If you do not have a serger /overlocker, use the zigzag stitch on your machine to finish the edges of the seams. 



SIZES:  3m, 6m, 12m, 18m, 2y, 3y --- to fit babies and toddlers 3 months to 3 years. A size chart in metric and inches is included in the pattern.

FABRIC: Most suitable are light weight cotton fabrics e.g. poplin, lawn, homespun and similar fabrics. I used two coordinating prints in high quality cotton poplin. It can also be made in corduroy or denim as a winter jumper.

FABRIC & TRIMS REQUIRED: All fabric and trim lengths are given in the sewing tutorial. As well as fabric you will need narrow elastic, bias binding, 2 buttons, large snap fasteners x 3 and matching thread.

PDF SEWING PATTERN: the pattern can be printed on a desk top printer using 8.5"x 11" / A4 size paper. The pattern file includes a very detailed sewing tutorial with step by step photos. The computer made digital pattern comes as a color coded, full size range nest with seam allowances included. Instructions for printing and assembling the pattern are included. All seam allowances and cutting instructions are marked on the pattern pieces. For more information on Digital PDF patterns please see the 'About PDF Patterns' page.