2019 BUILD A WARDROBE: THE JUMPSUIT PATTERN

Just in time for spring, the second installment of the 2019 Build a Wardrobe debuts today with The Jumpsuit Pattern. This utilitarian design features a comfortable drawstring waist, flowing wide legs, and a flattering, fitted bust. THE-SCHOOL-OF-MAKING-JUMPSUIT-LAUNCH.jpg

The Jumpsuit pattern includes three style variations: the jumpsuit, shirt dress, and shirt, with the jumpsuit also offered in a short length option. For the more advanced sewers, an optional sleeve cuff is also included with the pattern.

Like all of our Build a Wardrobe patterns, you will receive the pattern with nested sizes XS to XXL, physical and digital formats of the pattern, and all the fabric and notions you will need to create a basic version of The Jumpsuit. Due to the size of the style, this pattern is comprised of two large pattern sheets. If you choose to tile your pattern, you’ll piece together 100 sheets.

If you would like to embellish your garment, stencils and paints are available on the Stencils + Resources page while beads, embroidery floss, and sequins are offered in Maker Supplies. THE-SCHOOL-OF-MAKING-JUMPSUIT-LAUNCH-1.jpg

If you are not subscribed to Build a Wardrobe 2019, the pattern can be purchased à la carte here. Find the yardage requirements at the bottom of the product page, and reference our size guide in advance.

Find our 100% organic medium-weight cotton jersey here.

Our sturdy Button Craft Thread for construction here.

And get your snaps here. (#7 snaps are pictured and recommended.)

You can subscribe to Build a Wardrobe at any point throughout the year here, and you will receive all the materials to make each style plus a one-time-use discount of 20% off stenciling supplies.THE-SCHOOL-OF-MAKING-JUMPSUIT-LAUNCH-2.jpg

Share your Jumpsuit and all of the Build a Wardrobe garments with us and the entire maker community using the hashtags #theschoolofmaking and #buildawardrobe2019.

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  1. Lisa East

    Fantastic addition to the patterns. So much detail to use and re use and play around with. Thanks for releasing this. I feel like I can learn a lot of new skills from this one !

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