Romper McCalls 7099

Hey you all! After working out some logistics for the site and planning what we hope to be an amazing end of the year for Brunch and Sew...We are back!

I have a couple of wishes for Brunch and Sew but one will always be prevalent. It is.. to teach women how to be stylishly domesticated. Domestication doesn't have to be the typical beehive hairstyle from the 50s, a fru fru apron and such. Stylishly domesticated is modern. It's harmoniously blending today's woman's interests. Our woman, the Brunch and Sew woman, has an keen interest in style, interiors, design, food and culture and of course sewing. It's our goal here at the studio to make sure our content is fresh and relevant. We hope to inspire you to create a beautiful life for yourself with skills and tips that will last forever. 

Here's our first... ROMPER & McCall's PATTERN REVIEW 

Our very first pattern review is a versatile romper.  I truly enjoyed making this jumpsuit from McCall pattern #7099 because it was so quick and easy. The fabric is an eye catching cobalt blue knit that I picked up from Hancock Fabric on sale. 

We were so  inspired by this gorgeous home interior that we referenced a lot from this picture. It's a prime example of fusing all of the stylish domesticated woman's interest. Home Interior + Sewing to create a total look. 

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Pattern Description: Misses Jumpsuit McCall 7099

Fabric Used: Cobalt Blue Knit

Pattern Sizing: I cut the 6

Did it look like the drawing on the pattern once you were done sewing with it? It really did. 

Were the instructions easy to follow? It was pretty clear and the instructions were easy to follow. 

What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? I loved this pattern. 

Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: I didn't omit anything at all. 

Would you sew it again? Oh yeah! I am planning to make the other styles for fall 

Would you recommend it to others? Yes!