I'm back for another Winter Wear Designs tour - Romp On! It's all about the rompers, but I took a different spin on it. My girls are old enough now where wearing rompers isn't all that practical - especially when they're out and about, or at school. My preschooler goes through July, and needs clothes that she can manage herself, so we went with separates instead!
Even with creating my own bias tape, I used under a yard of rayon challis for this top. The skirt was one yard exactly, so this is a pretty fabric-economical outfit, even in the larger size range. Making bias tape with rayon challis is tricky, but I'm so glad I did it - self-binding is so polished. I love the pintucks in the bodice of Day Dreamer; one of my favorite design details in a top pattern.
She loves the outfit - kept it on all afternoon after photos, and wore the skirt again to church this morning with a different top. Making separates means twice as many outfit options, which is always a bonus for this girl!
Don't miss any of the spectacular rompers
on the Romp On Tour!!!