The Emma Romper is a vintage-style, one piece teddy that can be made in any loose woven fabric, such as challis, charmeuse, or chiffon. The Emma Romper is relaxed fitting, with a deep v neckline and high cut legs. The Pattern walks you through how to add lace trim to the neckline and legs. This romper features snaps at the crotch and adjustable straps. The Emma Romper Pattern includes 16-pages of instructions with colour photos, a glossary of terms, and 16-page multi-sized, print at home pattern. Check out my blog for a tutorial on how to sew the Emma Romper with French seams, sewn-in snaps, and an elastic cinched waist: http://www.ohhhlulu.com/2015/06/ohhh-lulu-pattern-hack-advanced.html

Skill Level:
Ohhh Lulu Patterns are geared towards Intermediate to Advanced Level Sewists. Required skills include how to apply lingerie and foldover elastic, how to ease curved seams, how to slash, notch, grade seams, how to work with bias cut and knit fabrics, how to use a twin needle (optional).

Suggested Fabrics:
Fabric with a good drape, such as Challis, Satin Charmeuse, crepe de chine, chiffon. Jersey Knits are also suitable.

Notions:
Ring and Slider Set (or pre-assembled bra straps), strap elastic, fold over elastic, 1” stretch lace, thread, snaps (sew in or hammer in) OR snap tape.

Size Guide:
Extra Small - 34-35”Bust, 24-25" Waist, 33-34" Hips 
Small - 36-37” Bust, 26-27" Waist, 35-36" Hips
Medium - 38-39” Bust, 28-29" Waist, 37-38" Hips
Large - 40-41” Bust, 30-31" Waist, 39-40" Hips
Extra Large - 42-43” Bust, 32-33" Waist, 41-42" Hips


**As with any pattern, please sew a test garment in a fabric of a similar stretch to determine the proper sizing for you, and to make any fit alterations**

©Ohhh Lulu, 2015.
This pattern is for personal use only and is not to be used for commercial production. Garments made from this pattern cannot be sold as your own designs. No part of this pattern is to be reproduced or resold in any format.

Reviews 1

  • A Hand Stitched Life reviewed 3 years ago

    I totally adore this pattern!  It is one of my favourites.  Sarah's tutorial about other finishing touches take the finished garment to another level.

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