Reversible Cat in the Hat / Dr. Seuss romper for a toddler. It’s easy to sew.
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I made a romper from my spare Cat in the Hat fabric, with the same pattern that I used in Baby G’s 4th of July outfit. I had to make sure to carefully line up the pattern so that it wouldn’t be lopsided.
Supplies for the Reversible Baby Romper
- Cotton fabric: 2 types (use the amount listed on the pattern for the size you’re making). Check out these cute Dr. Seuss fabrics on Fabric.com
- Snaps: Make sure to check out my tutorial on how to apply snaps.
- Romper pattern from Scientific Seamstress: Sizes NB through 5T, available through You Can Make This
This romper pattern is really easy to make and great for new sewists. It’s reversible too.
Posts and projects that are Dr. Seuss or Cat in the Hat themed: Dr. Seuss Birthday Party | Dr. Seuss Romper | DIY Dr. Seuss Shirt | Cat in the Hat Hat DIY | Dr. Seuss Pants DIY | Fabric Birthday Banner in Red and White