Kyra Ruffle Romper Knit Pattern

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The Kyra Ruffle Romper Knit Pattern is a classic romper with a simplistic top ruffle. This outfit is precious for any age, from newborn to 2T. It is topped off with a cute leaf headband for extra flair.

This romper compliments any outfit or outing and is a great piece to add to a winter wardrobe. The back is closed with a cute ribbon for which combines a soft accessory into the piece. The bottom closure is sew-on snaps for easy diaper changing access.

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Supplies for the Kyra Ruffle Romper Knit Pattern:

  • Size US 7 (4.5 mm) circular needles
  • Removable stitch markers if needed
  • Blocking board with blocking pins
  • Yarn needle
  • ½ inch ribbon
  • Sew-On Snaps


• Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca
worsted weight yarn, medium 4
Newborn: 280 yds (256 m)
6 months: 310 yds (283 m)
12 months: 350 yds (320 m)
2T: 400 yds (366 m)

Yarn Substitutes:

  • James C. Brett Aztec Aran
  • Lion Brand Pound of Yarn
  • Bergere de France Jaspee
  • Stylecraft Special Aran
  • Bernat Satin


Newborn, 6 months, 12 months, 2T


The total length of romper:
Newborn: 12 inches; 6 months: 14 inches;
12 months: 15 inches; 2T: 16 inches
Width of romper chest:
Newborn: 6 ½ inches; 6 months: 7 ½ inches;
12 months 9 inches; 2T: 9 ½ inches

Skill Level:


Special Stitches:

This pattern uses a special decrease called the slip slip purl pass or s2pp. Here is a video on how to do this decrease on the purl side of your work. Learn even more decreases HERE.


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