Perfect for baby boys and girls, come along to our friendly class and learn how to make a stunning baby romper.
This romper is a classic style, with lots of lovely volume at the bottom and the all-important snap opening for easy nappy changing. The straps are adjustable, so they will last for as long as possible as little ones grow. Fully lined, this is a stunning garment; make it for your own little one or the most personal gift.
Working in our spacious studio, you will make this stunning romper on our top of the range Janome machines. We also provide all the tools and threads you need and haberdashery items like snap fastenings and elastic. We will keep you going with lots of tea and coffee, and we provide lunch in our all-day classes.
What do I need to bring:
There's a little bit of homework for this one:
You will need to purchase and download the pdf pattern for the romper before the class. The pattern designer has kindly provided Sew You Can with 20% off the cost of the pattern (making it £5.04.). We will send you the link to download in your booking confirmation email.
To make the most of the time in class, it is best to cut your paper pattern to your required size and cut your fabric, ready to sew. We will also send you a link to our YouTube channel with clips explaining exactly what to do with your pattern after purchasing it and printing it.
You will also need to bring the fabric for your romper. You can purchase this from our shop or any fabric shop of your choice.
Who is this class for?
This is a level 2 class - you need to have completed our Beginners Complete Sewing Course or have previous sewing experience. (If in doubt, please just ask, we are always happy to help.)
In this class, we will teach you how to make a full liner romper. Create a snap opening crotch, insert buttonholes and sew on buttons. You do not need to have done any of these things before; we are here to help.
This class is not for you if:
You have never used a sewing machine before. It's been so long that you don't feel confident with the basics. Take a look at our Beginners Complete Sewing course first if this is you.