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Roasty Toasty
Keep cozy this winter with a warm thermal romper.

Posted by PinkWeeds from Omaha, Nebraska, United States • Published See PinkWeeds's 173 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Start by determining how short you want your bottom. Cut leaving 1-2 inches seam allowance for hemming.

  • Step 2

    Cut off excess shirt material. If you need to, take your shirt in a few inches to fit better to your bottoms.

  • Step 3

    Pin your shirt to your bottoms and sew along the bottom edge of elastic using a zig-zag stitich. Stretch your bottoms as you go to fit your top better.

    Finish by hemming your shorts. It's important to note that a wider hem will lay flatter, while a narrow hem will be bulkier.

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Yizzimindi
Yizzimindi · Newcastle, New South Wales, AU · 1 project
I'm confused, do you only sew the front of the shorts to the shirt? How do you get it on?
PinkWeeds
PinkWeeds · Omaha, Nebraska, US · 207 projects
For me, because the top was a button down and the fabric stretches, I am able to easily pull my whole body through the opening for the head. Obviously if you had a top with a smaller opening you would want to install a zipper or inlargen the opening to get in and out of.
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1428 projects
This looks awesome and super cozy!
PinkWeeds
PinkWeeds · Omaha, Nebraska, US · 207 projects
It is super comfy and warm to wear during the cold winter nights.
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