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SL 6 – Knit Jumpsuits Sewing Pattern

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Sew 6 Jumpsuit Styles in 1 Pattern! 

This PDF pattern lets you create 6 jumpsuit & romper variations! Mix halter, scoop, or bandeau tops with wide-leg pants, shorts, or tapered legs for your perfect outfit.

Pattern includes:

  • Sizes 34-54 
  • Home & large format printing options
  • Bonus side-seam pocket guide!

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  • Fitting tips for a great fit, especially around the arms.
  • Step-by-step sewing instructions.
  • Design inspiration like 70s-style bandeaus and waist ties.
  • Sewing techniques like thread chain creation.
  • Fabric guide.

Design Your Dream Jumpsuit with This Versatile Sewing Pattern!

This sewing pattern isn’t just for one jumpsuit, it’s for 6 different jumpsuit and romper styles in one! Mix and match between halterneck, scoop-neck, or bandeau bodices with wide-legged pants, shorts, or tapered pants to create the perfect outfit for you.

Here’s what you get:

  • PDF sewing pattern in sizes 34-54 (both US and EU sizing)
  • Printable formats for home printing (letter/A4 & A3) and large format printing (36″ roll/A0)
  • Bonus Side-seam pocket guide & pattern piece!

Plus, a full-color digital magazine packed with helpful info:

  • Fitting tips: Learn how to easily adjust the pattern for a perfect fit, especially around the arms.
  • Step-by-step sewing instructions to guide you through the entire process.
  • Design inspiration: Explore ideas like creating a 70s-style bandeau or adding ties at the waist.
  • Sewing techniques: Master essential skills like thread chain creation.
  • Fabric guide: Discover the perfect knit fabrics for your jumpsuit, like jersey, crepe, and rayon.

This pattern and magazine empower you to design and sew the jumpsuit of your dreams!

 

  • How to Finish a neckline with an exposed ribbon tie
  • A super easy method for finishing a neckline with a thread loop and a button
  • How to sew the halterneck
  • How to sew a build-in waist elastic
  • How to add a waist-tie to any pattern
  • How to change the design to a 1970’s 1970s-style Bandeau Jumpsuit
  • About the history of jersey fabrics

The jumpsuits were designed for knit fabrics, such as jersey fabrics. We have used different cotton jersey weights, crepe jersey and rayon jersey.

Apart from the fabric, you will need:

  • 2 cm (3/4″) wide elastic for the waist (about 10% less than your waist measurement)
  • For the halterneck: 1 cm (3/8″) wide elastic for the top edge of the back piece.
  • For the scoop neck: 1 button for the center-back closure if you choose that version.

The pattern includes the following files:

  • Sewing& Cutting Instructions (PDF)
  • BONUS Side Seam Pocket Guide & Pattern (PDF)’

 

Pattern to print at large format printer / In copy shop

  • Pattern sheet  36″ roll Both bodices + wide legs (PDF)
  • Pattern sheet  24″ roll Scoop Neck  + wide legs (PDF)

 

Pattern to print at home

  • Pattern Sheet A4 / Letter-format to print at home – Scoop Neck Bodice  (PDF – 8 pages)
  • Pattern Sheet A3 / 11″-format to print at home – Scoop Neck Bodice  (PDF – 4 pages)
  • Pattern Sheet A4 / Letter-format to print at home – Halter Neck Bodice  (PDF – 5 pages)
  • Pattern Sheet A3 / 11″-format to print at home – Halter Neck Bodice  (PDF – 6 pages)
  • Pattern Sheet A4 / Letter-format to print at home – Wide leg pants  (PDF – 20 pages)
  • Pattern Sheet A3 / 11″-format to print at home – Wide leg pants  (PDF – 12 pages)
  • Pattern Sheet A4 / Letter-format to print at home – Tapered leg pants  (PDF – 20 pages)

 

Original price was: $ 21.00.Current price is: $ 10.00.