I love these one-piece coveralls for the winter, as well as their summer cousin, the romper. They’re so easy to grab and go. Both the coverall and the romper will be included in my next Fishsticks Designs pattern release.
I’m designing the romper and coveralls in sizes newborn to 9 months with the overlapping neckline. It’s easy to pull on over those sweet newborn heads, and it’s a simple easy-to-sew design.
The larger sizes starting at 12 months will include patterns for both the overlapping neck and the basic t-shirt neckband. That will give you a little variation in how you sew these up. That’s always one of my big goals. I want you to get comfortable with a pattern and be able to sew up a wardrobe without everything looking the same!
I do have a question for you. You can usually only find these in ready-to-wear up to size 24 months. I think that there are a lot of mamas who would love to have them up to 4T, though, for bigger little ones who aren’t yet using the potty. Would you sew these in sizes 3T and 4T if you had a pattern available?
I’ll be working on the summer romper over the next few days. I’ll just have to make them a little big . . . there’s snow in the forecast here on Monday, so I don’t think we’ll be using them outside of the house anytime soon!