MADE: Etive Romper

From the moment my friend told me she was pregnant, I knew that I wanted to make a special handmade gift for her baby. Since I’m open to sewing, knitting and crocheting anything, my head was buzzing with 1001 different gift ideas for the baby (e.g., bunting for the room, mobile for the cot, pillow for the bed etc). But when I saw the cute versions of the Etive Romper that Christina (@gussetsandgodets) made on Instagram, I knew I wanted to knit the same romper for the yet-to-be born baby boy.

This is my first time knitting something for a little bub, and the romper sure is a quick and satisfying knit! The pattern is short and easy to follow, with lots of potential for easy modifications like the ones Christina (@gussetsandgodets) made. I was originally planning on taking it slow and completing it in February, which is around the time that the baby boy would be due. However, an unexpected baby shower came about and I decided to crank up my knitting speed. I casted on and started knitting the gauge only in the beginning of January, but was done the night before the baby shower in the middle of the month.

back view

leg cuff

I made this romper according to the pattern for the 0-3 month size range using the Jeans® yarn in Classic (by Lion Brand Yarn). The yarn is such a joy to knit with and has turned out looking so beautiful! Faux denim or faux shibori? You decide. Either way, it’s definitely a basic yet stylish look for a baby 😉

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Details:

Pattern: Etive Romper by Rainer and Bear (available here)
Yarn: Jeans® by Lion Brand Yarn via Spotlight Stores (Singapore)
Needles: 4.00mm, 3.25mm (as per pattern)


P.S.: My friend is due in February and I can’t wait to see how her baby boy looks in the the romper!

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