Thursday, September 12, 2013

Project Run&Play season#7 : 1st week "You call it Popover" remix

This is the first time for me to participate in Project Run&Play sew-along. So, I was very impressed when I saw that over 40's ladies submitted their link just in the first day, WOW! This is amazingly encouraged.

And mine could be the 7th in romper-overall lovers group who decided to flip this O&S popover sundress to a romper or overall. Surprisingly, all of these are difference and you can check them here to see how wonderful all the entries are.

You Call It Popover romper
Here it comes, the mixing between the top part of O&S Popover sundress  and the bottom part from You call it pants by Suburbia Soup. Both are free pattern, grab them if you didn't yet!

Mixed them up!

I love the roomy pants on little kids. Love the way it created the plumply bum. The girl grows so fast and this style makes her looks like a toddler again, sniff sniff.

Plumply silhouette

The main fabric of this romper is from Bang Sai Royal Folk Arts and Crafts center at Ayutthaya, Thailand. Only cost about $2 per meter. It's 100% cotton and the color is brilliance.



I added the big gathered pockets to the romper. Made by adapting You call it pocket pattern a bit.

The girl loves her pockets

I should start making size 4 for my almost 4 years old girl. Since she is a small girl for her age, I used to make her size 3. Apparently, size 4 will better fit and give her some room to grow up in.

It's turn out cute as I wish. The girl approved by rolling and playing in this romper and didn't want to take it off. She will get worn this often in a coming months because it's sizing fits her now. I plan to pair it with long sleeves tee when the weather is colder. (If we can have a winter again this year, currently we have 30+++ C every day.)
Cheers!
Thank you for stop by. I would love to know your comment or suggestion. :)

24 comments:

  1. Oh, I LOVE this! Completely perfect! And your girl is adorable:-). Also, thanks for the link to those cute pants!

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  2. Oh man, I completely live this one : ) cute cute

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  3. So cute!! Love the colors and style. She looks so happy in it!

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    1. How could you finished 2 outfits on time and both are wonderful. Genius!

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  4. Oh my goodness! How fun is this!!! Just perfect =)

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  5. Love it!! The colours are so cheerful and I love the shape!

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    1. Thank you. The plumply shape is adorable on kids, isn't it. :)

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  6. This is so much fun! Love her attitude too!

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    1. She was in the good mood that day. How lucky I am.

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  7. You did an AMAZING job!!! Thanks for using my pant and I'm definitely making one!

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    1. Your pants are wonderful indeed! I really love it. Thank you million times for share it!

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  8. Fabulous pattern mash-up! I love this and am definitely making some for my wee one!

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    1. Thank you, I would happy to see your version for sure!

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  9. This looks so comfy! She looks adorable and the colors are fun. The pockets really top it off well. :)

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    1. Thank you, the girl always love and get use on those pocket. :)

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  10. So cool - and coincidentally I've been to that arts center in Ayutthaya, though years ago! I wish I had had the foresight to grab fabrics back then. I'm in the romper club with you - go rompers!

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    1. Yes! go go romper.
      Wish you have a chance to visit Thailand again. :)

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  11. Oh MY!!!! I absolutely LOVE your look!!!! ANd your daughter is so cute!!!!! YYAY for rompers!
    elizabeth

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    1. Thanks for the popover pattern itself. How on earth they are such a versatile pattern! I can't believe over 80 styles came up just from one pattern. Amazing!

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