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- side pocket(s)
I chose the short romper with the V neckline and sleeveless.
A summer romper
The print reminds of some sherbet and paired well with the project. This knit is really stretchy (on a white background) and so soft.
I cut a size for the bust blended to 6 at waist and hips. I could have graded to a 8 for more ease.
I got lost in the instructions a bit, probably because there are so many options! Otherwise, it went rather quickly with only 4 main pieces and bands.
My only problem was with the top upper center back, where fabric is pooling. Next time, I’ll narrow this part (I have a narrow upper back so no big deal, I’m used to doing this modification). I’ll also lower the shoulder slope.
I might add some length to the bottom part because it’s a tad too short for me!
I like the front, closed by either snaps or buttons. I wore it over our 3-day extreme heat wave (with no A/C) and it was perfect. My plan is to sew one or two new rompers, but I need to find knits as softs as the one I used!