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McCall’s M7366 Pattern Review | RunningNStyle

Jumpsuits/rompers – They are cute & can be very sexy. I had one
reservation to this style of clothing, the restriction with which the wear has
when visiting the rest room. However! After saying all that, I may have fallen
in love with them. Below is my very first romper, and I really love it (after
getting over the bathroom constraint that will affect you).


Cut Size:12

Alterations: None

Likes/Dislikes: None

Fabric: Pique

Lining: Yes (Partial)

Lining Fabric: Black Tricot

Closure: Invisible Zipper (18inches)

*RS – Right Side

**WS – Wrong Side

The McCalls line
have a few option to choose from, I truly could not resist this design Version
A. It is definitely one that requires confidence of the wearer. I wasn’t sure
if that was me lol.


This design is rated as easy and I stand behind this, I was quite
satisfied with the end result. I didn’t encounter any roadblocks; it was more of a nerve thing. I’ve
never made an adult onesie before, my fears were mainly how the crotch would
fit and look. Especially since this is a flat front, having this part look
wonky would end my project. But it didn’t and turned out great.

The instructions were easy to follow, and the illustration
represented it well. So it was easy to follow.

I totally forgot how great it was to work with pique, this one has
a nice feel on the skin and slight stretch. If time permits, I would like to make a
Fall Jumpsuit in version D. It’s a perfect cut for the cold day with a nice cardigan. 

Thanks for visiting and have a great day!


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