The jumpsuit trend seems to have exploded this summer and we are totally on board with it. The mornings that you don’t know which garments to combine are over, this one-piece is a quick and easy fix!
There are currently so many gorgeous overalls and jumpsuit dressmaking patterns out there you can be sure to find one that suits your style. To choose favourites is impossible, but we have gathered some patterns that we think you would like. Do also check our website for many more different styles and shapes!
Pattern: New Look 6291.
This lovely pattern includes a romper, a jumpsuit and you can even turn it into a dress! With the choice of a halter neckline or shoulder ties this pattern is easy to suit your style.
Pattern: Butterick 6566.
Combine a few of the latest trends; a jumpsuit and an off the shoulder neckline. Apart from the stunning neckline the pattern features a loose fitting bodice which is cinched in with elastic at the waist, and a more fitted bottom half with pockets!
Pattern: Simplicity S8907.
Like the look of a boiler suit? This is the pattern for you! It has massive pockets and the centre front fastening plus cinched in waist are really the trend of the moment.
Pattern: Simplicity 8178.
Go for a more stylish outfit with this simple but beautiful cross-over bodice. It includes an elasticized waist and the option to go for slim or wide legs for a chic, easy to wear look.
Pattern: McCall’s M7402.
This might look like it is the world’s comfiest dress, but it’s actually the world’s comfiest jumpsuit! This fabulous style would work really well on holiday as a beach cover up, or how about a casual pool party? This pattern is an easy sew, perfect for beginners.
Pattern: New Look N6616.
This simple yet beautiful silhouette is easy to dress up or down. It’s stitched with waist ties in the centre back seam which adds a special touch to this pattern.
Pattern: Vogue V1524.
Designed by Rebecca Wallace this jumpsuit features a party at the back! It is close-fitting through the bodice with an open back, buckled back band, a stand-up collar, and an exposed zipper closure. The semi-fitted trousers have two back welt pockets and side-front pockets. Stunning!
Pattern: Kwik Sew K3897.
These overalls are perfect for a more casual look! With side openings and cute buckles it’s easy to take on and off. It includes a big patch pocket on the bib, side pockets on the front and two smaller patch pockets on the back. It would be lovely to do the top stitching in a different colour to make it stand out more.
Pattern: Burda 6438.
You can even jump on the jumpsuit band wagon when you’re pregnant! Sew these loose-fitting bibbed overalls with plenty of room for your (growing) tummy. The straps can either be tied or buttoned and with elastic gathers at the back it is super comfortable to wear.
Pattern: McCall’s M7716.
This gorgeous jumpsuit is for the fashionistas! The back of this design and the cut out shoulders make this pattern extra special and perfect for special occasions. The pattern also gives you everything you need to create a dress, with three different length options.
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