The Unisex Beatbox Romper Sewing Pattern is a must-have for any trendy comfort-loving kid!! It features both crotch snap and no snap options, tank, short and long sleeves, optional pocket, and hood or neckline options. This kid's sewing pattern is sure to be a new favorite in your little one's wardrobe. Big kids can enter this romper easily through the neck opening and were tested in each size by several testers.
This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes 3 months - big kid 14
This romper is designed to be made using 4-way stretch fabrics with 50% or more stretch. Fabrics may include but are not limited to Cotton Lycra, Bamboo French terry, Thermal(poly spandex), and Modal French Terry.
Hood or neckband option
Three sleeve options
Crotch snaps or neck entry
No trim pattern pages
Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience.
Pattern pieces for all parts
Projector File with Layers
A0 Print Shop Pattern Pieces Option
Fabric Requirements Chart
Tips and Notes
Table of contents
Pattern Piece Diagram
Step-by-step instructions. Each step has a color photo for visual aid.
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- This pattern is copy written. You may use this pattern to create and sell products of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.
- You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.
- You can not distribute this pattern to others.
- You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.
I haven’t gotten a chance to make it yet, but I can’t wait. I love all your patterns so far that I made but I buy them before I can get to them.
Sooo easy, especially with the tutorial video. Consider myself an adventurous beginner and made this (first try) in one sitting and my daughter loves it! Planning to sew a whole bunch of these as gifts
Really easy make which looks deceptively tricky. Made two in a row I loved it so much - they look great on and are really easy to understand and put together. Definitely recommend this pattern to beginners.
Great-easy to follow pattern. Planning to make more beatbox rompers for my grandsons! Love that they can wear longer with expandable cuffs.
I bought the beatbox because someone had made one on a Facebook group I’m a member of. I love my! My first time doing a snap placket but we’ll worth the effort (not much effort to be honest). This is a great pattern for mixing coordinating fabrics.
Easy and fun pattern, great video instructions. Fun to watch. I hadn't done snaps in a long time. It turned out great, my Son and Daughter in law love it. Baby is too young to wear right now.
Love this pattern. It’s so quick and easy to make and looks adorable on my granddaughter. I’ve made 2 so far.
I made a Romper for my son and it was an extremely easy and quick sew. I opted to use my serger for most of it and it only took a few hours from printing out the pattern to finishing sewing the romper. It fit him great and looks adorable. I opted for snaps at the bottom but think I will stitch the opening closed (I didn’t use enough snaps and it’s a bit too breezy between the snaps for the weather right now). My toddler is a bit confused by the fit and tried to pull the fitted knee section further up his legs but otherwise it’s a great pattern. 10/10 will make another one. Also thinking of how I can hack it to make a sleeveless version out of duck canvas for a heavy-duty pair of overalls