October 19, 2016

I am always looking for new baby gifts to make up for friends and family. I’ve recently had a bunch of friends have babies so I decided to batch sew up a bunch at the same time to send out. I’m dying over how cute these turned out and am now on the lookout of for cute, organic knits to have on hand for this very purpose. You can find the fabrics that I used here, here, and here.

I made up two different quick little knit patterns that are great stash busters. I think that the two together is a perfect baby gift that is modern, thoughtful, and easily gender neutral. I made the harem romper by Brindille and Twig. It’s such a cute and easy little pattern. I sewed it up just as instructed except that I took a small wedge out of the center front neckline because I noticed that it set a little wide in a lot of the photos that I saw. But that is just a personal preference. I made the whole thing on my serger and each one took maybe 20 minutes.

The most difficult part was adding the snaps, but luckily I finally got around the buying the snap setter and a bunch of size 16 snaps. It’s so much easier than the nightmare snap tool I had bought and chucked years ago.

I also made up the rabbit ear teethers which is a free pattern from See Kate Sew. It’s a really simple sew and pretty darn cute. The fabric was all scraps from the romper and I bought the wooden rings through etsy here.

That’s it. Love how these turned out and can’t wait to see all of the little babies in them.

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  • Reply AmyScrapSpot October 19, 2016 at 12:56 PM

    These are adorable!
    I’ve been wanting to try making a romper, thanks for sharing!

  • Reply Courtney October 19, 2016 at 2:00 PM

    I can’t seem to connect to the Etsy link for the teething rings.. do you just have the shop name? Thanks

    • Reply True Bias October 31, 2016 at 4:37 PM

      sure. it’s called fancy that favor

  • Reply Vanessa October 20, 2016 at 12:48 PM

    Cute rompers!!! I am always looking for some that will fit my son, who is 3 months old now! I will check those out!

  • Reply Rae Hoekstra October 28, 2016 at 11:24 AM

    Aww so cute!!! Love these.

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  • Reply custom fabric printing July 23, 2018 at 1:56 AM

    Wow this is amazing!! these all are so adorable. Thank for sharing ideas on making it.Keep going good.

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