Sailor Jumpsuit PDF Sewing Pattern (A4 A0 and US letter)

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PDF Sewing Pattern

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Sailor could have been called a jumpsuit rather than dungarees: a refined cut, not too wide, nice buttoning on the wrap front, knots on the shoulders that beautifully show off the lining and a side zip to slip it on easily. But it is the DNA of the dungarees that I we wanted to relay: the shirt front, straps and a very characteristic back.

The pattern is available in two versions:
-A straight leg trouser that accentuates the hips without hugging them and widens them slightly with a nice width and ankle length.
-A shorts version not too long and not too short with a front pleat to bring in a little depth and a hem that gives it character.
Both versions have Italian pockets: very practical, easy to put together and give a finish that is less casual than patch pockets.


Sewing level: Intermediate

For a fabric width of 140 cm
- For the 1m80 trouser overalls from 34 to 38, and 2m from 40 to 46
- For the 1m45 short overalls from 34 to 46
- For the lining in the 2 versions 75 cm of fabric
- 5 buttons of approximately 12 mm in diameter and an invisible zip of 23 cm
- Iron-on interfacing for the belt

FabricSlightly thick cotton, cotton satin, denim, velvet, light wool, tweed… the bust is lined and the lining will be visible on the straps, just enough to give free rein to your ideas!

For choosing your size I would advise you to go off your hip circumference. As they are dungarees the chest is not adjusted and the knotting on the shoulders allows you some adjustment.


See the video tutorial

PDF guide

PDF pattern to download and print at home, the board in A4 format has 26 pages.

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