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NEW! Babyrompers at sisterMAG Patterns

Brand new in our pattern shop sisterMAG Patterns: Babyrompers! In sisterMAG No. 63, we show you which materials you need and how to sew step by step. You can find the pattern as a PDF to print out yourself in our shop Have fun sewing for the little ones!

!NEW! in our sisterMAG Patterns shop



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Material recommendation

All fabrics that can be washed well are suitable – preferably at 60 °C to be able to remove any milk residues well ;)

The fabrics should be washed according to the manufacturer‘s recommendations before cutting

Fabric consumption

  • 0.4 m outer fabric for a fabric width of 1.40 m
  • rest lining fabric

Other material

  • 100 cm thin rubber band 0.5 cm wide
  • 2 buttons
  • 4 press buttons

Sewing instructions


  • front panel 1x to fold
  • Back panel 1x to fold
  • straps 2x 7 cm x around 26 cm
  • Button placket 2x 14 cm x 6 cm
  • bias binding 100 cm x 3 cm
  • Sew side seams (since baby pants are washed a lot, it is advisable to sew these seams as felled seams).
  • Sew the bias binding to the leg cutouts right sides together, fold over to the inside, fold in the seam allowance and baste, top stitch the elastic.
  • Pull in elastic and secure at ends.

Button placket for quick diaper change

  • Sew button placket right sides together on center front of pants, grasping elastic ends as you do so, fold halfway out and sew short sides together.
  • Turn inside out, fold in seam allowance, baste and sew in place.
  • Work the center back in exactly the same way.
  • Incorporate 4 press buttons


  • Place the straps lengthwise right sides together and sew the long side and one short side, cutting back the seam allowances diagonally at the corners.
  • Turn straps and press.
  • Sew straps to back panel.
  • Sew bias binding right sides together, turn inside out, fold in seam allowance and baste, top stitch elastic, tuck in elastic and secure.
  • Now sew the remaining bias binding inside by hand, invisible.
  • Finish top edges of front bib and back strap with bias binding.
  • Work in buttonholes.
  • Sew on buttons.