The Max & Matilda Button-Up Bodysuit is the perfect solution for dressing up your little ones and keeping them comfortable. You get the classic look of the button-up with the ease of a bodysuit; never worry about an un-tucked shirt again! Pattern includes options for a classic oxford or a girly blouse and 2 sleeve lengths.
Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting. New to sewing? No problem- the tutorial will walk you through and if you get stuck I'm always available to help you out via email.
An instant download link will be sent to your email as soon as payment is completed. Save the PDF to your computer and print off as many times as you like.
You may sell bodysuits made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.
Posted by Ashley on 27th Oct 2016
This pattern was easy to use and understand. It made the perfect shirt for my son to wear for Halloween and for his baptism
Posted by Megan on 13th Mar 2016
Very easy to follow pattern (even the long sleeve options if you go super slowly - although some different wording in the descriptions may be more helpful like referencing to the colour of the fabric in the picture or something. Now I can whip one of these up in about half an hour (using studs) and they always look so professional. The sizes are on the smaller side and I added 2inches to the length of the body to fit my little boy better who may be on the taller end of normal
Posted by Natalie on 4th Nov 2015
This turned out Ana Inc. Could use clearer pics on the sleeve barn piece but turned out nice! Hubby asked where I bought it.
Posted by Daisy Dweik on 14th Oct 2015
I've made several Classic Oxfords which I love, but decided to challenge myself a little more with my son's Halloween costume. I made one with the long sleeves, which was my first foray into sleeve plackets. If you're willing to go slow and pay attention, the detailed steps walk you through exactly what it takes to create something that looks like it's from a high end boutique. With just a little bit of fabric for these small sizes, some bias tape and buttons, I ended up with something I am so proud of, more so than the usual items I sew. It can be intimidating at first glance, but please give it a go!
Posted by Unknown on 26th Aug 2014
I've been making the Classic Oxford shirt for older kids for a while now and this one is great as a smaller version. Love the fact there is a boys and girl version and the instructions are easy to follow.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Aug 2014
I LOVE this pattern! This will be my go-to pattern for baby boy showers! My mother in law couldn't believe it was homemade because the pattern makes it look store bought. Great job using all of the pieces that make a shirt look professionally made! It's not a super easy pattern, although I made it in the 9 month size, so the small size may have been to blame, but the instructions were easy to follow and I got it all done in one evening!
Posted by Karen Rochette on 23rd Aug 2014
This is such a great pattern. Looks like an adult dress shirt, but for babies and stays in place. The instructions are easy to follow and clear to make a quality looking finished item. Another win!
Posted by E.K on 21st Aug 2014
elastic in legs are to tight.... maybe my 6 month old child is to fat for 12 month elastic sizing chart
Posted by Linda Stilling on 28th Jul 2014
I was able to make store bought looking onesies in just the fabric I wanted. People ask where I got them and ooh and ahh over them. Worth the details and effort! Great fit too
Posted by Tricia on 13th Jul 2014
I purchased this to make a button up oxford style body suit for my nephew. The pattern comes with clear instructions and the fit (as always) is spot on. Amy's patterns continue to have a professional quality to the finished products and the more difficult steps are explained thoroughly. Great pattern!
Posted by allison peck on 26th Jun 2014
If you sew for babies, this is a must have. It goes together way easier than I thought it could; Amy's directions make it seem so easy! These kinds of tops are so hard to find in stores & when you do, they are expensive. I love being able to sew my own in fun prints or a dressed up look for church. The fit is just like store bought clothes.
Posted by colleen on 25th Jun 2014
This romper went together really well. the step by step instruction were easy to follow. a great basic pattern that can be used for a casual to dressy look. I plan on using it again.
Posted by Keli on 15th Jun 2014
This pattern was easy to sew up, the instructions are thorough, the sizing is good, and the completed garment has a professional look to it. I have a lot of sewing experience but I believe someone who has only sewn two or three garments would be able to successfully complete it.
Posted by Ashley on 24th May 2014
These are really cute. My three littles are in PJ's most of the time but when we're headed somewhere that requires appropriate clothing, I always grab these. They're cute with jeans, dress pants, skirts, shorts... The collar and sleeves may seem intimidating but Amy has a way of just making things happen. Follow through her tutorial and you will have one cute little bodysuit!
Posted by Natalie O. on 22nd May 2014
I made this for my 2yr old & the fit is perfect. 1st time I've attempted a snap crotch & it was just that a snap! The collar instructions were well written & easy to follow with great pictures.
Posted by Jenna B on 22nd May 2014
I loved testing this button-up bodysuit for my 1-year-old. The design is perfect because as the weather gets warmer it's tough to add layer upon layer to keep him covered. With the bodysuit this top always stays tucked in and looks great! Amy always provides excellent instructions and photos; even if there are techniques you haven't tried before (plackets, buttons/buttonholes, collar stands, etc), Amy gives easy-to-understand instructions that make these steps much less intimidating. This is a great pattern for both boys and girls!