Pattern review Romper

Wild & Beautiful Collection: The Sanibel Romper by Hey June

On we go to the second pattern of the three indie patterns included in the Wild and Beautiful Collection by Näh-Connection: The Sanibel Romper by my favourite designer, Adrianna from Hey June. I’ve made the Sanibel before, while it was (re-)tested, and blogged about it as part of the Indiesew 2016 Spring Collection blog tour. That time I hacked the Sanibel into a blouse – partly because it really wasn’t the right time for rompers here in Norway, and partly because I didn’t have enough fabric. This time I made the “real deal” – my first romper!

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You will already know that I’m a fan of Adrianna’s patterns, and this one isn’t an exception. The instructions are so clear and easy to follow that it’s nearly impossible to run into trouble while sewing the romper.

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You can choose between a romper and a dress version, between two different collars and between long and cap sleeves with epaulets. I don’t think I will get a lot of use of my short-sleeved romper here in Norway, but i LOVE the look, and next time I’m on holidays I’ll wear it all the time, for sure!

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I used some thin viscose voile from Stoff og Stil for the romper and bought small round silver buttons. I guess it seemed fitting because of the epaulets, since there’s something slightly military about them. For now I used a grey anorak cord at the waist, but I’m not entirely happy with it and might choose to use something else as soon as I see a suitable alternative. The fabric is so soft and thin, without being see-through – I don’t think I could have chosen a better fabric for my romper.

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I didn’t change anything about the pattern, although I might have liked to have slightly longer legs on my romper – it’s just more suitable in many situations. The Sanibel consists of a lot of pieces, it’s quite a cutting job, but as long as you follow Adrianna’s instructions, the assembly isn’t a problem at all.

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I had a few people asking about the seagulls in the pics – yes, they’re real! They are everywhere during this time of the year and they’re behaving like crazy, because they just had kids. And they’re most definitely not afraid of people… The pics were taken in a local park, it’s just 10 minutes by foot from where I live and has a lovely beach, too. Whenever we have a warm day, half of Tromsø seems to flock at that park, having barbecues, swimming, playing frisbee or just enjoying the sun.

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Head over to Annika’s Näh-Connection shop to buy the Wild and Beautiful Collection in German, you can save 40% by buying the Whole package and you even get a huge coupon for several German fabric stores. But be quick, next Monday is the last day you will be able to buy the reduced collection! Otherwise you can buy the Sanibel in English at the Hey June store. And don’t forget to have a look at Annika’s blog to see other versions of the Wild and Beautiful collection!

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– This blog post is linked to the German blogger party RUMS and contains affiliates links. All opinions are my own. – 

16 Comments

  1. What a great make! And what a pitty that Norwegian weather is not that romper-friendly. You should wear more onezies 😉

  2. Wunderschön! Und mit der Kulisse wirklich wild and beautiful!
    Liebe Grüße,
    Lee

  3. It looks great on you. Have a nice day and happy sewing.
    Inken

  4. Welch wunderschöne Bilder!
    Sooo schööönnnn.
    Liebe Grüsse
    Anke

  5. Gaaaaanz große Sanibelliebe <3 Einfach unfassbar schön dein Jumpsuit. Und auch die Bilder sind ein Traum 🙂
    LG Ivonne

  6. Das sind soooo tolle Fotos! Und das Outfit steht dir megagut! Liebe Grüße von Claudia

  7. Looks great on you, such a lovely version of this romper.

  8. Oh eine echt tolle Sanibel-Version hast du! Steht dir ausgezeichnet…
    Liebe Grüße Julia

  9. Wonderful! Now I need the pattern, too… 😉

  10. naadisnaa

    Wunderwunderschön – ich glaube, ich packe jetzt dann meine Koffer und komme zu dir ans Fjord und mache Ferien. Und mit deiner Hilfe Nähe ich mir dann auch so einen coolen Romper.
    Lg Kathrin

  11. Wunderschön! Und die Bilder sind ein Traum!

    LG
    Kristina

  12. Wunder-wunderschön! Die Bilder, deine Sanibel, du!
    Liebe Grüße,
    Marina

  13. 🙂 I have fallen in love with your romper <3
    so beautiful and I really Need to come for a visit :-*
    XoXo Dominique

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  15. Gorgeous!! Love the pictures too!

  16. LOVE the fabric and love the romper! I own two (one me-made, one RTW) and sadly the weather is almost never suitable. But I jump right in one when it is. : )

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