Thursday, May 19, 2016

My Love for the Satya Romper

A couple of months ago I discovered probably one of my favorite patters of. all. time. I have made a lot of patterns, so it was kind of a big deal for me, and I got slightly obsessed with it.
The Satya Romper by Jennuine Designs. 
Reasons why I love it: 
1. It is super fun to sew - it takes a bit of time though as there are lots of elastic casings to thread (that is why one should always own a bobkin, it is an amazing tool that literally saves hours of time). But regardless of the length of time this pattern takes (roughly 2 hours start to finish for me) I honestly enjoy every step.
2. The pattern pieces always seem to come together perfectly - which is probably why it is so fun to sew. Frustration free!
3. The fit is spot on. I make the same size as my kids wear in their ready to wear clothing.
4. It is potty friendly. Heidi can get this thing on and off all by herself thanks to the elasticized back and straps. That is a huge win in my book.
5. Pockets. Need I say more?
6. It is sooo dang cute! And we are pining for summer over here, so bring on the rompers!

I have literally made 10 of these. No Joke. I can't believe this is the first one I have shared. I should do a photo shoot of all 10 of them between my girls....but the thought of that many photo shoots kind of makes my head spin. So here is 1/10 (well kind of 2/10 because Avery has a red check one in her size too, twinning!)

I can't believe in just a couple of short months I am going to have THREE girls to sew for. Kind of a sewing mama's dream. Girl clothes are waay more fun that boy clothes, its just a fact. And luckily I have just enough of this red check leftover to make a tiny newborn Satya Romper, I need to get on that!


  1. OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!!! This has got to be one of my very favorite things that you've posted so far. ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE!!! I would love to see the others, but can only imagine what a headache it would be to take that many pics. :) This also made me picture her with an Usborne farm book in her hands. We may need to collaborate! I'm kind of not kidding. ;)

  2. Heidi is an adorable model and I love the fabric. So fun!

  3. Thanks so much for the review! Your girls remind me a bit of my duo, and I agree sewing for girls is more fun!

  4. Oh my Goodness This is my very favorite things that you've posted. The color of the fabric and the pattern. Absolutely lovely!!