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Oh my! Romper season is coming and I’m so excited about it! The Boho Romper is one of my favorite things to sew, it’s quick and also fun! You get to do a few different sewing techniques, like elastic casings, bias tape, snaps, and gathers, but is still somehow a 1-2 hour project! All the fun techniques without the stress of a long project! And then you get to stare at cute baby thighs, the best!
I used the Derby Day fabric line from Melissa Mortenson for this! Derby Day just came out this month and has some great prints! I LOVE the green floral so much! It’s just perfect with the blue flowers. The floral comes in 2 other color ways as well! I did have a hard time deciding which to use but I’m glad I went with green. It’s the perfect shade of grassy green for summer! But I’m also wondering why I didn’t choose the pink on white!? So cute.
The coordinate is a grey/white on blue print with little girly accessories. It actually reminds me a lot of Cinderella or something because of the little shoes. I knew I wanted to do a two-tone romper, I’m actually not sure I’ve ever made this romper with just one fabric! Maybe I should do that next! But anyways, the coordinate is cute and perfect for the tie in the back!
I think Mae was made for Boho Rompers! I guess I did originally design it for her, so it was made for her! Her skinny little legs look so cute in it. Now I need to get my hands on the rest of Derby Day and see what else I can make! The whole collection is available at Fat Quarter Shop here and here are the two prints I used:
What is your current favorite fabric line?