Tuesday, 9 June 2015

LLK Pocket Romper Blog Tour

The Pocket Romper by Little Lizard King is FINALLY here! This oh so cute romper went into testing int the fall, but with cold weather quickly approaching the team decided to wait to release until this summer. I'm always so excited to share my pictures and now I get to do that! Here are a couple I made in the fall:

Pocket-less version- This one is SUPER quick!


Version with Pockets

The Pocket Romper is for sizes 0-3 months to 3t and includes a pattern for an 18' doll! It features real pockets, flutter sleeves, an elastic back bodice, and shirred or elastic leg openings.  The romper has a convenient snap tape crotch to make diaper changes a breeze! Consistent with all Little Lizard King patterns, you'll find detailed instructions and photos, and charts for fabric requirements, size measurements, and cutting measurements.  It's time to reveal the romper I made for this blog tour! I used Free Spirit's line of fabrics called Slipper Roses (Country in Blue) for this vintage-y, sweet Pocket Romper!

  Picture overload! Haha! Sorry I couldn't help it! This romper is just TOO cute! I LOVE rompers. If I could dress my daughter in a romper every day of the year, I probably would. After all, those little chubby legs are only going to be chubby for so long! I need to gush over them all I can!  The Pocket Romper is definitely going to be a staple in our summer wardrobe! Each day one lucky winner will be chosen to win a pattern from Little Lizard King! Woohoo!  Enter here:

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Happy sewing!

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  1. My favorite LLK pattern is the everyday play skirt!!! Awesome photos and blog!!! I LOVE the romper!

    1. Thank you!! And yes, this pattern is super fab!!

  2. My favorite Little Lizard King Pattern is the Drop Waist Diva

  3. Love the Blue Ribbon Dress.

  4. Love the Blue Ribbon Dress.

  5. Love the Blue Ribbon Dress.

  6. Favorite Little Lizard King pattern is the Elise Halter Dress

  7. Love the pockets! I see watermelon and orange slices in my future! The LLK homegrown tank was my first knit project

  8. Holy cow is she so SWEET! I love those baby rolls! Oh, the romper is cute too I guess ;)