Step Five: Finishing The Easy Romper
All it remains is to hem the flounce and shorts.
For the flounce, sew a seam at 1/8″ from the edge and another from that seam at 1/8″ as well. Cut the seam allowance close to the first seam, fold, and iron.
Fold one more time using the seam closest to the edge as a guide and finish your hem. This is the easiest way to finish a hem on a curved edge.
For the shorts, fold the hem 1/2″ and iron then fold another 1/2″ and sew the hem. As you can see this is really a very easy romper to make.
The romper concept and design have been around since 70's and they will stick around for a bit longer. Because of their slimming effect, level of comfort and versatile use depending on how you accessorize, an easy romper is perfect for the beach or a restaurant. It is also the perfect gift for a girl going back to school.
Enjoy this super easy romper!