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CKC Huxley's - A Fun Little Romper for All Seasons!

I LOVE rompers. Everybody knows that. I just can't get over how cute little boys look in them. So, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to test this little pattern in the summer, and even more thrilled when Kristen decided to add pants to the pattern for the fall!

CKC Huxley's


Perfect for Any Season: 

This pattern is an easy sew, perfect for woven fabrics. It can be used in the spring or summer using either the high-cut cut lines (see those cute little chubby legs) or using the shorts length cut lines. It's perfect in the fall and winter as pants. 





It's Reversible!

The pattern is completely reversible! You can use two different fun prints to have two completely different outfits in one. The sewing time of making one romper, but you have two different looks. I love this!


It's Perfect for Embellishment:

The front and back are both one solid piece with only side seams. There is no center front seam, no seam attaching the bodice to the pants. This makes it perfect for large appliques, vinyl designs, or monograms. 


It's Fast:

You'll have two front pieces (main and lining), two back pieces (main and lining), shoulder snaps, and ankle elastics. It's really a super fast sew! It goes together so quickly and easily, you'll want to make several! 

Super Adorable

Just look at how cute! Can you really resist?? 😍😍 Go on, grab it here this week while it is on sale! 






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