Easter is my favorite holiday. The flowers are blooming, the weather is perfect and dying Easter eggs! Another one of my favorite things about Easter is picking out the perfect church dress. Last year I made own, you can see it here, but this year I got to make a little bit of a different outfit. I made a tiny romper for the little!
I originally planned to do a simple version of the Brindille & Twig Summer Romper, like my plans below, but I was inspired to make something even cuter!
I had to make a few alterations in order to make the pattern work. For the front piece, I made an arch approximately 3″ down on the fold side and 4″ on the outer edge. Then I cut it into two patten pieces.
I also drew out ears and cut four from the white fabric and 2 from the pink inner ear fabric.
After I sewed the ears together, I sewed them to the top piece with a little of the ear piece hanging off the top. Next I sewed the top piece to the ‘face’ piece and top stitched the arch.
I then embroidered the eyes, nose and mouth on to the face piece. From here I followed the instructions for the pattern only I sewed the straps to main piece instead of the back. Then I added hidden snaps to the back.