Friday, October 17, 2014

Flutterby Romper&Playsuit for my tiny girl

I'm lucky enough to be one of the tester for Lydia of LittleKiwisCloset's new patterns: the Flutterby Romper and the Flutterby playsuit.

First thing that I was impressed by these pattern is how they are easy to sew. As a breastfed mom of a 2 months baby who seems does not like to sleep, you can imagine that free time doesn't exist. Anyway, I can manage to finished both cutie outfits during her short naps. Thanks for the clear instruction along with lots of photo that make every steps fast and easy.

The flutterby romper has a huge size range from nb to 12. I made size 0-3 for my little girl and happy with its fit. With the many variation for neck, sleeves and pants, I select the short lenght with flutter neck option and made it with seer sucker which suits to our warm climate. 

The eyelet ruffle made this outfit even faster to finish. No need to hem it, just cut and sew. Really love to see that soft pink ruffle frame around her face. 

The flutterby playsuit comes with many options for neck and sleeves as well. Both pattern have snap crotch option for baby.

I did double layer for flutter sleeves and added a cutie cat applique in the front. I sure my girl will has lot more of these Flutterbys in her little wardrobe. Such a fun and easy project to wipe up during too short nap of my baby!

Thank you for stopping by, Your comments will make my day!


  1. Oh she is such a cutie! Congrats! The rompers look gorgeous on her :) I agree, lace was a good choice!

  2. Lovely girl wearing cute rompers! I love the photos, I want to have a baby, too ;)

  3. Thank you ladies. As a romper lover, having baby again give me a ton of opportunities for sewing romper again. Since my older one turns five and now insists wearing only skirt. Lol

  4. Oh my goodness, she is perfectly beautiful! The rompers are adorable on her!

  5. Beautiful girl, I love how you used the lace as the neck ruffle