After all of the attention on rompHims lately, I was excited to sew up one of my favorite romHers, the Boho Breeze by Winter Wear Designs for their RompOn Blog Tour!!
I decided to do a little hack on the Boho Breeze romper by finishing the top and bottom so that they Look attached, but are, in fact, not; making it easier for me to run to the ladies’ room and back all day. That’s how my fromper (fake romper) evolved! It is perfect and lightweight for summer fun and shenanigans!
I sewed my Boho Breeze fromper in Liverpool knit fabric, which is perfect and easy and breezy for hot summer days. The beauty of the Boho Breeze is that it can be sewn up with knits OR wovens! AMAZING!! It can be dressed up with sleek and luxe fabrics and accessories like strappy high-healed sandals, or way down for the most comfy pair of pajamas that you’ve ever owned, and everything in between.
The beautiful Boho Breeze
pdf pattern is available on sale for a limited time for 20% off with coupon code: ROMPON (20% off romper patterns, so that means that the Riviera Romper is also 20% off! Amazing!) at Winter Wear Designs
It comes in sizes XXS-XXXL. It comes in this off-the-shoulder version, but also has a shoulder strap option, short or 3/4 sleeves, and an option for pockets. For the bottom, not only can you do shorts like I did, but also a knee or maxi length gathered skirt. You can also shorten the neckline elastic to create a peasant style effect for the neckline. The Boho Breeze romper is SO versatile!! This pattern is one of my new go-to’s for summer and festival wear! Get yours today!!
Don’t miss any of the spectacular rompers
on the Romp On Tour!!!
What fun it has been not only testing for Ellie and Mac, but being able to join in on their amazing Get Ready for Summer Blog Tour!!
I decided what says “getting ready for summer” like sewing up Ellie and Mac’s new Vacation Romper? It is SO comfortable and cute and screams summer vacation!!
I made one change to the instruction on the pattern to be able to achieve my chevron effect from the striped double brushed poly from Mily Mae Fabrics that I chose to use: instead of following the instructions of cutting one Front and one Back piece on the fold, I cut 2 pieces on the bias to create one Front piece and the same for the Back piece. I added in 1/4″ seam allowance to the cut line area to be able to accommodate the new center seam for the newly constructed Front and Back pieces. Then, I had my matched up stripes, forming new chevron-eque patterns for my romper. After that, I followed the tutorial, and voila! A comfy and fun outfit for vacations, or any time.
To be perfectly honest, I didn’t want to be in vertical “prison stripes” nor to have horizontal stripes, so this chevron saved my fabric and my vanity. Haha AND it was so comfy that when I tried it on, I didn’t want to take it off, and I slept in it. It is Beyond comfortable and snuggly! Plus, as a higher bonus: I have the optional pockets sewn in!!!
It is a quick and easy sew, so if you don’t have this pattern, you should go and grab a copy at https://bit.ly/2rwazyz! And pick up 3-4 yards of delicious fabric at Mily Mae Fabrics!
Please visit all the wonderful bloggers on the Get Ready for Summer Sewing Patterns Blog Tour for some incredible inspirations.
- May 7th: Seams Sew Lo
- May 8th: Tenille’s Thread
- May 9th: Seams Sew Lo
- May 10th: The Sewing Goatherd
- May 11th: Aurora Designs Fabrics
- May 14th: Our Play Place
- May 15th: Momma Can Make It
- May 16th: Aurora Designs Fabric
- May 17th: QuiltsbyJoann
- May 18th: Liviality
- May 19th: Momma You Can Make It
- May 21st: Margarita on the Ross
- May 22nd: Sewing Blue
- May 23rd: Kathy’s Kwilts and More
- May 24th: Momma Newey’s Makes
- May 25th: Jot Designs USA
- May 28th: The Scatty Sewer
- May 29th: Granma Texas Sews
- May 30th: Fee Bricolo
- May 31st: My Sewing Roots
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