#SewingBlogger Thursday: Let’s sew a #patriotic #dolls’ romper w/this free pattern…

This is the non-pdf image of a free printable sewing pattern (found on ChellyWood.com as a pdf pattern) for making a baby doll's romper / jumper / old-fashioned swimsuit. The pattern includes a DIY tutorial giving instructions on how to make this romper outfit for baby dolls in the 12-inch doll size range. If you go to the page where you find this image, you will also find the free printable pdf pattern for the romper, plus a tutorial video showing you how to make it. ChellyWood.com uses the Creative Commons Attribution mark on all patterns, which means you are welcome to download and print Chelly's free patterns, but you need to tell people where you found these free printable sewing patterns, using the social media platform of your choice.
Please visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

For those of us who are citizens of the United States, today is a special holiday, marking the US’s independence from Great Britain.  In celebration of this event, I’ve designed an adorable little romper to fit 12-inch baby dolls.

Here’s the free printable sewing pattern for the baby doll romper, in its PDF printable form:

In the video, you’ll see that I recommend using jersey fabric or another stretchy fabric for this sewing project. You may also want to buy some 5/8 inch ruffled elastic or ruched elastic for the straps (those links may help).

Remember that you can show your appreciation for my sewing patterns and tutorials by sharing them on PinterestTwitter, and other social media platforms. As it says at the end of the video, it actually helps me out a lot if you share them!

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