Jumpsuits are comfortable and stylish. You can wear them out to the market, lounging around your house, doing yard work, or going to the club. If you are a fan of the jumpsuit trend and love sewing, create a few pieces by following a jumpsuit sewing pattern.
Facts about Jumpsuits
Jumpsuits have been a fashion favourite for many years. Although their popularity comes and goes, you can always find fashionable jumpsuits. If you love a good jumpsuit, you may be interested to know a few interesting facts about the garment.
- The jumpsuit was designed in 1919 for parachuters.
- During the 1930’s, Elsa Schiaparelli took the standard design and created the first fashionable jumpsuit.
- During World War II, jumpsuits were mostly utilitarian outfits worn by factory workers.
- Jumpsuits were at the height of their popularity in the 60s and 70s.
- Jumpsuits can be flattering for all body types.
17 Jumpsuit Sewing Patterns
Below are 17 jumpsuit sewing patterns. I have included patterns for loungewear as well as elegant designs.
1. Jumpsuit Sewing Pattern by AuraPatterns
Super cute and extremely comfortable, this jumpsuit has a casual fit. It features adjustable straps and side pockets. Use a solid colour for a classic look, or use patterned fabric for a unique look.
This jumpsuit sewing pattern is easy to construct. It is a great pattern for beginners and experienced sewists. Included are sizes XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL, and XXXL.
2. Wide Leg Fit & Flare Jumpsuit Sewing Pattern by KatieCraftingShop
With loose, wide legs and a fitted top, this jumpsuit is ideal for daily wear and date nights. It has 2 options for the neckline and 2 pockets. You can also use the pattern to make a reversible dress by following a video tutorial. The pattern has 9 sizes from XS to 5XL. It includes detailed instructions and a video tutorial.
3. The Pepper Jumpsuit Pattern by Mood Sewciety
Here is a free jumpsuit sewing pattern inspired by ABBA, Harry Styles, and the 70s. The jumpsuit features a single wrap-around shoulder with flared trousers. It would make the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.
To receive the free pattern, you will need to subscribe to the Mood Sewciety website, which is also free.
Find the Pattern by Mood Sewciety Here
4. Long Jumpsuit Sewing Pattern by Makeityoursthelabel
This modern jumpsuit has a bib look with sew in seam pockets. There are adjustable straps, a belt, and belt loops. It is a wonderful piece for running errands or gardening.
The intermediate level sewing pattern calls for light to medium weight fabrics. It includes sizes US 4-14 (EU 34-44). There are illustrated step-by-step instructions.
5. Long Sleeve Jumpsuit Zip Up Sewing Pattern by FabricPatterns
Comfortable and practical, this hooded jumpsuit will keep you warm in the cold weather. It is suitable for outdoor and indoor wear. The jumpsuit has a front zipper closure and zip pockets.
The jumpsuit sewing pattern is easy following the detailed instructions, photos, and a video. The pattern contains sizes XS, S, and M.
6. The Forrest Jumpsuit Pattern by Mood Sewciety
This fashionable jumpsuit has lots of personality. It features puff sleeves, patch pockets, and top stitching. The button-down front makes it easy to put on and take off.
The free jumpsuit pattern can be used with cotton twill, heavy weight linen, cotton canvas, or corduroy. Use green fabric for a safari look or a bright colour for a summer piece.
Find the Pattern by Mood Sewciety Here
7. SARA Elegant Jumpsuit Sewing Pattern by GeorgettePatterns
Elegant and sexy, this cocktail jumpsuit perfectly sculpts the body. The ruffle adds a touch of femininity, and the soft stretch material hugs the body. It has a zipper closure on one side. Nobody will believe you when you say you made it yourself.
The pattern includes sizes EU 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, and 46. All sizes have their own printable file. There are step-by-step sewing instructions in English. Measurements are in metric.
8. Wide Leg Jumpsuit Pattern by RebeccaJanePatterns
A basic, classic style jumper with a tie waist and wide legs. Wear it lounging around your home or wear it out to the store. The rolled sleeves and patch pockets add to the traditional design.
The jumpsuit sewing pattern is designed for a height of 5 foot 7 inches to 5 foot 8 inches. You can adjust the length to fit your measurements. The pattern contains sizes S, M, L, and XL.
9. Palazzo Jumpsuit for Beginner Sewing Pattern by OurLadyofLeisure
Perfect for cocktail parties and clubbing, the Paloma jumpsuit makes a statement. The jumpsuit was inspired by the 70s. It has an invisible back zipper, all-in-one facing, and wide palazzo pant legs.
This pattern is suitable for determined beginners to intermediate level sewers. It is a fairly simple pattern with detailed instructions.
10. Easy Jumpsuit Sewing Pattern by Lantoki
This V neck jumpsuit romper is relaxed and comfy. Wear it with or without a shirt. The A-line design and wide legs conceal your body shape and create a long vertical drape. The jumpsuit sewing pattern works well with a wide range of flowy fabrics. This is a beginner-friendly sewing pattern. It includes sizes XS to 3XL.
11. Dana Linen Jumpsuit Pattern by Fabric-Store
The Dana jumpsuit is the ideal one-piece outfit for every woman’s wardrobe. It has a fitted bodice, a detachable belt, and tapered cropped legs. It has a flattering fit that works with all body types.
A confident beginner can complete this jumpsuit sewing pattern. It includes free print-at-home pattern pieces and step-by-step instructions.
Find the Pattern by Fabric-Store Here
12. Jumpsuit Sewing Pattern by ChikafrikPatterns
Make this wide leg jumpsuit to wear on your next vacation. Make a long length version for nighttime wear and a short version for hanging out in the sun. With this pattern, you can create a classy or casual outfit. It all depends on the fabric you choose to use.
This pattern is beginner-friendly. It only requires basic sewing knowledge. The pattern includes 7 sizes from XXS to XXL.
13. Long Jumpsuit Sewing Pattern by SevenforsClothing
These baggy overalls are perfect for lounging around the house and strolling through the park. You can wear the jumpsuit by itself or over a top. They have 2 wide leg side pockets and a shirred neckline. You can use this jumpsuit sewing pattern for lightweight and woven fabrics. Included are sizes XS to XL.
14. Jumpsuit Pattern by Peppermint
Perfect for every season; this stylish jumpsuit will become your new favourite outfit. It features an invisible zipper on the back and a tie waist. The free jumpsuit sewing pattern can be used with chambray, cotton, or linen. It can be printed at home or in a copy shop.
Find the Pattern by Peppermint Here
15. Jumpsuit Sewing Pattern by IndiePattern
With a fun baggy design and wide legs, this bib pants jumpsuit will help keep you relaxed. The casual design is perfect for spring, summer, and fall. Wear them to the beach, on vacation, or as loungewear.
The jumpsuit sewing pattern comes in sizes S, M, L, and XL. This download includes a sewing guide and A4/US/A0 patterns. A beginner could easily complete this project in as little as 2 hours.
16. Springe Wide Leg Jumpsuit Pattern by SewLovePatternsShop
This lovely wide-leg jumpsuit features a V neck, fitted bodice, cap sleeves, curved waistband, and deep pockets. You can use the pattern to create a jumpsuit with full length trousers, cropped trousers, or short trousers.
The jumpsuit sewing pattern works best with medium weight woven fabrics. It is suitable for an intermediate level sewer.
17. Norman Easy Jumpsuit Sewing Pattern by StyleArc
The easy fit, pull-on jumpsuit features a front and back V neck and deep armholes. It has optional back elastic and seam pockets. The wide 7/8th legs will sit just above the ankle.
Print the pattern pieces at home on either A4 or US letter sized paper. The jumpsuit sewing pattern is for sizes 10, 12, and 14. The designer recommends using washed linen, cotton, or crepe.
Create some fun and comfortable wardrobe staples with a jumpsuit sewing pattern.
From big and baggy to sleek and luxurious, jumpsuits are a trend that is not going away anytime soon. Jumpsuits are comfortable, easy to wear, and easy to accessorise.
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If you are having trouble finding the perfect jumpsuit, do not look any further. Make your own using a jumpsuit sewing pattern. When you are done making one, share some pictures on our Facebook Page.