Thanks to Amanda for sharing this Jumpsuit FREE Pattern in our MHS Facebook Group . The Pattern was published in Peppermint Magazine and is for a relaxed and loose fitting garment, perfect to wear day-to-day with a T-shirt underneath or dressed up with a pair of heels. The Jumpsuit features a v-neck front and back, bust darts for a beautiful fit across the bust, invisible zipper, all-in-one facing and an optional waist sash for a more fitted silhouette.
Through the creation of this garment you will learn:
- sewing with woven fabrics
- sewing darts
- sewing an invisible zip (For fun, you can sew the zipper exposed. This tutorial shows you how to do it).
- sewing an all-in-one facing
For this model it is recommended to use light to mid-weight fabrics such as: linen, linen blends, cotton, gauze or chambray. For a softer silhouette, consider sateen,
silk (crepe de chine or habotai), tencel or viscose (rayon). Due to the width of the pattern pieces, 60in (150cm) wide fabric is required for sizes G – K
This pattern is available in sizes A to K. Bust range from 28″ (71cm) to 49 1/2″ (126cm) – the pattern includes a size chart.
The pattern is drafted for height of 170cm (5’7”). There are ‘Lengthen / Shorten’ lines on the pattern that you can use if you would like to adjust the length of the garment. Use the one on the leg to lengthen the legs of the jumpsuit. Use the one the body section to lengthen the body, or a little in both areas if required.
How to assemble the pattern
To assemble the pattern, cut around the border of each page – one long side and one short side (keep your choice of sides consistent between pages). Align the circles so that 1A matches up to 1A, 2A with 2A etc, and tape or glue in place.
The pattern includes a print layout.