What could be better than a free baby romper sewing pattern? I mean, other than baby, of course. I’ve collected 22 free onsie patterns that you can download.
A Free Baby Romper Sewing Pattern? (How About 15?)
- 1 A Free Baby Romper Sewing Pattern? (How About 15?)
- 1.1 Baby Ringer Onsie
- 1.2 Upcycled Romper
- 1.3 Onsie Gown
- 1.4 DIY Stenciled Onsie
- 1.5 Shirred Bubble Romper
- 1.6 Baby Boy Romper
- 1.7 Free Romper Pattern
- 1.8 Baby Sun Suit
- 1.9 Men’s Shirt Into Baby Romper
- 1.10 Baby Body Suit
- 1.11 Baby Boy Romper
- 1.12 Long Leg Style Bubble Romper
- 1.13 Sunny Summer Onsie Dress
- 1.14 Simple Summer Romper
- 1.15 Gathered Romper
- 1.16 Another Onsie Dress
- 1.17 Ruffle Top Romper
- 1.18 Turn A Dress Into A Bubble Romper
- 1.19 Overall Romper
- 1.20 Adorable Baby Bodysuit
- 1.21 Boho Romper Pattern
- 1.22 Runaround Baby Romper
I didn’t realize that “romper” was another word for “onsie.” But here are some free ones for you. Want some more things to sew? Try this large list of free Valentine’s Day sewing patterns.
You can literally make any style for baby with this PDF download template.
My kind of baby style! Turn a t-shirt into a baby romper.
This is a super easy way to
This isn’t a sewing tutorial really, but you can make a plain white onsie (or purchase a romper) and use freezer paper and fabric paint to make all sorts of unique rompers.
This romper looks appropriate for a toddler, but I bet it could be sized for a baby.
I love both the plaid design as well as the long arms and legs to keep baby warm and snuggly.
This pattern has a gathered bubble bottom for your baby’s cute tooshie.
A fantastic alternative to the basic onsie.
Turn your little dude into a dapper baby with this lovely refashion.
This pattern looks very easy to follow, and it looks like you can use any knit or jersey material. Even a t-shirt to refashion! (See another tutorial on this page.)
Lots of patterns are either for a girl or are generic. Here is one especially for a boy.
This onsie would be great for the spring, when the weather could be a little cooler but still you may need something to protect the little one’s legs while crawling around on the new grass.
Here is a baby clothing refashion. You take the top and the bottom of a onsie, make a skirt, then reattach.
This onsie doesn’t have a pattern. Rather, you use an existing one to make and trace.
This romper gathers at the legs to help keep all the poopy bits inside.
Here’s another onsie into a dress. You turn a pre-existing onsie into a dress in the same way as the above tutorial.
This tutorial can be turned either into a onsie or a dress. Or a onsie dress?
When The Kid was a baby, I used to love dressing her in dresses. Except I hated dressing her in dresses. Because dresses ride up and are annoying. This is the perfect tutorial if you love the dress but hate the riding up.
I love, love, love this romper. It looks like a pair of overalls. I bet it would look super beautiful in some jean-like fabric (even if it’s “fake” jean type of material).
This is a long sleeve onsie suit. Featured with a gorgeous baby.
Good style doesn’t need to be just for grown-ups. Here’s a very cute romper. You can add all sorts of cool items to make this your style. (Or your baby’s style, amirite?)
This romper was created by taking a number of rompers and combining all the good stuff. And voilà. This is such a cute onsie.
What do you think of all the free baby romper sewing patterns?
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