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Monday Feature: Seamingly Smitten Pattern Review

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I just finished sewing this darling romper pattern from Seamingly Smitten Sewing Patterns and I wanted to share my Seamingly Smitten Pattern Review with you today…

Are you a beginning sewer looking for cute and easy to sew sewing patterns?  Jenny Hall, the creative designer behind Seamingly Smitten, has designed and written several PDF patterns with beginning sewers in mind!

Seamingly Smitten Romper Pattern

Jenny asked me if I would like to sew up one of her patterns for review.  Ha ha, silly question, of course, I want to sew one!  The pattern I chose to sew was the Rory Bubble Romper in size 5/6.

This pattern was very simple to sew!  Only two pattern pieces, plus a little bias tape.  This pattern came with instructions for a few different leg options, though, I kept it simple with just a bit of contrasting bias tape around the bottom hem.  What I especially liked was that I was able to embellish it however I wanted.

Seamingly Smitten pattern review

I chose to make my own bias tape instead of store bought and since the pattern already had a front seam,  I took advantage of this and created a chevron style design with my striped fabric. (Which was harder than I thought it would be, good thing I had plenty of fabric.)  I also shirred around the waist of the romper.

I had used a robe belt to tie around her waist to help me decide where to put the shirring.  She loved the robe belt and insisted her outfit needed a belt too, so we added a belt as well!

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  1. Cute version! Love it. I'm featuring you tomorrow for Make IT Wear It!

  2. freckled laundry says:

    That bubble romper turned out adorable! I will have to check out that mimi maxi dress pattern. We have a vacay planned in Oct. and I need a few dresses that can go casual or dressy. The Mimi made with jersey knit would be cute! Considering I've never made one before, easy is good! Thank you for always sharing your cuteness over at my place!

  3. Kilee Nickels says:

    This turned out so cute! Love that she wanted a belt too. 🙂 Found you at Take a Look Tuesday. I hope you will link up to WKWW-What Kids Wore Wednesday tomorrow!



  4. Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer says:

    So darn cute – and yes the outfits are too. Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

  5. Gaft Girl says:

    I'm so excited! Thank you for introducing me to yet another great website.