It’s like beta testing for patterns

I volunteered to be a pattern tester for the Scientific Seamstress's latest pattern. It's a reversible romper in sizes NB to 5T. There's also a "girlie" option to add ruffles on the bottom. I decided to make the romper for Leah and it turned out really cute and fits her well. Look for the pattern to launch next week.

In explaining to Chad what a pattern tester was, I described it in software terms, "It's like beta testing for patterns." He got it.

Edit: It's here! Go buy it now!

A new romper


  1. emkenton says:

    How cool to be involved in that way! And the romper is cute!

  2. Stacie says:

    I will have to get you to make one for Matilda! 🙂 Too cute!!!

  3. Peggy says:

    Cute cute super cute! And that little girl is certainly growing, congrats on being a tester.

  4. Melanie says:

    That is fantastic! And that romper is just adorable!!

  5. Julia says:

    Oh, that is such a darling pattern! I love it!

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