Cara Jumpsuit–SimpleSew Patterns


Since jumpsuits are back in a fashion, I ended up joining the club in making my self a few. The last one I made is the Cara Jumpsuit from SimpleSew Patterns.

In exchange for making a tutorial, I was gifted the pattern and fabric by SimpleSew Patterns, respectively WhiteTree Fabrics.

In my tutorial, I talk about how to change the paper pattern to fit better before starting to cut and sew the garment. Follow the link here for more details. Hope you find it useful. IMG_1461It’s been fun to make this. The fabric is so soft on the skin. Love wearing it. I also prefer to pull up the pants closer to the waist. Think it suits me better and makes my legs a little longer. IMG_2466IMG_2479 I am thinking for my next one to make the top in one colour and the bottom in another. Some colour blocking would be nice and make it look like two separate garments. There are many options with this pattern.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask me. Also I’d love to see your versions.

For my jump suit, I used crepe backed satin royal blue (SKU number 1619-06). If you fancy getting some fabric or notions from WhiteTree Fabrics.

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