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IF THERE IS ANY INTEREST IN MY UPLOADING THIS PATTERN AS A PRINTABLE FILE, PLEASE COMMENT SAYING SO***
I will (hopefully) upload photos of this project in actual use soon
My tiny person grows out of her clothes so fast it seems. Add that to the fact that her father downright insists that she wears a one piece to sleep, and that summer is coming up, a new set of pyjamas was in order. This is a little something I threw together with inspiration from a winter pyjama onesie I found. It’s actually disgustingly easy to put together
visualise, front left, front right; front left yoke, front right yoke; back, back yoke; short sleeves x2; the yokes are 4cm shorter than the (front) body pieces and 8cm shorter than the (back) body piece: a pleat in the centre of the top seam of each front piece and two evenly spaced pleats in the centre of the back piece; sew everything together, slap on a zipper, use a strip of the same fabric as binding on the neckline, double fold the leg hem and sew, narrow zigzag sleeve edges, presto. New jammies
NOTE*** this could very possibly be made in a non-knit fabric, as the long zipper gives plenty of room for stress free dressing and the basic design is made to be very roomy. If you are thinking of drafting up a similar pattern, just keep in mind that if you are not planning on using a knit, you’ll want to make sure there is plenty of extra room for the little one to move about in.
UPDATE: Adding an image of a (very) basic walk through for drafting the pattern, as well as a full image list of all the pattern pieces needed to make this romper.