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Thread Faction #110 – Summer Romper PDF Pattern

Thread Faction #110 Romper - a PDF Sewing Pattern for a summer romper with flutter sleeves. Perfect summer romper to sew for a girl!

Thread Faction #110 Romper - a PDF Sewing Pattern for a summer romper with flutter sleeves. Perfect summer romper to sew for a girl!

One of my 2016 goals was to say ‘no’ more – I’m forever trying to reconcile my list of projects with how many hours I have to actually work on them. So, when an email landed in my inbox for a blog tour, from a company I’d never heard of, I had a “thanks but no thanks” all typed out.. and then I just happened to click on the link.. and saw the cutest romper ever!

Turns out Thread Faction used to be Hatchlings, and this kicks off the designer, Liz,’s Spring/Summer collection of patterns. I’m excited to be a stop on the blog tour, this romper is SO fun to make, and I love how it turned out. There are some great giveaways, coupons, and other bloggers so keep reading!

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Summper romper #110 thread faction

From their website, a description: “#110* is a pattern for a girl’s summer romper with a back opening and flutter sleeves. As with all our patterns #110 is drafted for knit fabrics. This pattern is suitable for confident beginners or intermediate sewists, with binding, ruffles stabilised with elastic, and an elastic waistband.”

Summper romper #110 thread faction

It comes in sizes 2-10, my daughter was a few inches under the measurements for the size 2 but wears 2t in US clothes, and the size 2 turned out just fine without any adjustments.

romper front and back

I used a slinky, 4-way stretch knit that I mined from the Hancock Fabric flat folds table a while back. I love that it looks tie-dyed! You can see the elastic at the waist, shortie shorts, and flutter sleeves.

Summper romper #110 thread faction

I’ve never done a placket like this; the neckline and placket are all bound quite smartly. The pattern calls for elastic and a button, but I couldn’t seem to find a button that looked right.

romper back detail

I cut off the elastic and hand sewed a snap on, which seemed to work well so far!

summer romper sewing pattern

You can see more versions and pattern details on the Thread Faction site*. Liz, the designer, released a spring/summer collection of patterns. I really love the simple lines and silhouettes, all in knit fabrics which are right up my alley! You can see the other patterns in the lookbook here*.

Summper romper #110 thread faction

The pattern itself was easy to put together and easy to sew – it was much quicker than I anticipated! I want to make one more, with jean knit on the bottom and a different print on top. Rompers are my favorite to pack because they are brainless – no matching tops or bottoms, just the one thing. It looks to be super comfortable, too, judging by the ease in which she climbed up on our counters in it.

Thread Faction SS2016 Blog Tour

There are a bunch of other bloggers joining in on the tour, and a huge fabric giveaway over on Thread Faction’s site! Even if you aren’t feeling lucky, there are coupon codes for The Fabric Fairy, Bobbie Lou Fabric, BWD Fabrics and Supplies, LA Finch Fabrics, Brave Fabrics, and Phat Quarters. Go visit, shop, and enter over there.

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  1. LOVE this fabric & this romper is SUPER adorable!! It looks very comfy also! Thank you for participating, SEW nice to see the different fabrics & styles being used by such talented Ladies!!!

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