ISABELLA - Baby Ruffle Romper Sewing Pattern (0-24 Months)
The Isabella Romper is a beautiful vintage styled baby romper with easy shoulder ties and 3 cute ruffles at the back. It is easy to make with no buttonholes or zippers. The Isabella romper is designed to have lots of room to accommodate either disposable or fabric diapers. With an elasticized back and legs it is easy and comfortable to wear and is perfect for the hot summer months. You will get compliments everywhere your baby goes in this outfit.
SIZE RANGE: This baby sewing pattern is multi-sized and comes in sizes newborn, 3-6 months, 6-9 months, 9-12 months, 12-18 months and 18-24 months.
FABRIC SUGGESTIONS:This baby romper could be made from light to medium weight cottons in a rainbow of colours. Quilting fabrics work especially well and come in some really beautiful designs and colours.
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PDF Sewing Patterns FAQS
PDF sewing patterns are a wonderful guide and wealth of information for the amateur and professional dressmaker and sewer. Learn how to download a pattern, and read the different signs and symbols, and you will be amazed at the treasure trove of information hidden in one of the pattern digital files.
What are PDF Sewing Patterns?
These sewing patterns are a PDF file that contains instructions on how to sew clothing or another item such as bags, toys and accessories. It will also contain templates for cutting out the pieces of your sewing project and all the instructions you will need to complete the item.
- FILE TYPE - A digital sewing pattern is a PDF file which includes easy to follow, step by step instructions and photographs.
- PROGRAM NEEDED - The file and instructions are viewed on your computer screen. Your PDF can be read with the free program Adobe Reader. While you can open a PDF in other reader types, Adobe Reader is considered the best for printing the pattern pieces to scale.
- PATTERN PIECES -It will also include a full-sized pattern for all pieces which will print on your regular home computer on either letter or A4 paper. Your pattern will print in a grid and you simply trim and sticky tape the edges together.
- MEASUREMENTS - All the measurements and instructions in my patterns are in both metric (cm) and imperial (inches) so you don't need to worry about conversions no matter where you live.
- REPRINTING - Digital patterns are great because you can reprint your pattern at any time to make different sizes as you require. This is especially valuable for kids patterns - just print a new size as they grow!
What Else are PDF Sewing Patterns Called?
Other names for PDF sewing patterns include downloadable sewing patterns and digital sewing patterns.
What is in PDF Sewing Patterns
All Treasurie patterns vary slightly but common inclusions are -
- Sizing charts
- Fabric requirements
- Notions requirements (this is any extras eg elastic, bias tape, zippers)
- Cutting instructions
- Sewing instructions
- Pattern pieces
How to Download PDF Sewing Patterns?
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How to Print PDF Sewing Patterns
I have an article with more instructions for printing and putting together your pattern In a nutshell, you will print the pattern pages and stick them together in a grid. The most important thing to remember is to check you are printing to scale. Sometimes the wording of your printer may vary but it will say something like - scale 100%, scale original, scale none.
See the bottom of the page for a video where you can watch the printing process. All patterns print on A4 or letter paper and stick together in a simple grid.
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Types of PDF Sewing Patterns at Treasurie
Free PDF sewing patterns - these are simpler items that are fantastic for quick and easy projects and beginners. Free sewing patterns can be found on my blog and pattern site. Free sewing patterns for beginners include burp cloths and bibs for babies, an easy pillowcase dress for little girls, simple skirts, flowers and scrunchies, purses and dolls clothes.
Premium PDF sewing patterns - these sewing patterns are for clothing, dresses, pants, baby patterns and accessories and are more detailed and are multi-sized. These quality patterns will lead you through the sewing process step by step so you end up with a product you will be proud.
PDF Sewing Patterns Help
The pattern is the backbone of the sewing process. Once you have mastered the cutting and
organizing of your pattern, and learned how to work with the symbols and sizes using the pattern, it is a really simple and rewarding process.
If you get stuck, the Treasurie blog now has over 300 articles on how to sew. Here are some articles that might help you get started.
This pattern was easy to follow and easy to sew. I added an additional ruffle and loved the fit.
Just finished it yesterday, a good pattern, I changed a couple of things, made the back panel a bit longer so that it could overlap the front panel and put 3 plastic poppers, just discovered these, wonderful invention, much easier than buttonholes, my machine being 60 yrs old doesn't do these automatically, with the poppers there will be no need to take off the romper to change the baby, I used bias binding for the leg casings, I have trouble making a neat casing by folding the leg material. I am sewing for my new great granddaughter!
This pattern is very easy to understand and follow. Each step is written so even a beginner could follow. Perfect pattern and beautiful finished product.