Amy Jumpsuit Pattern | PDF Download // Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Amy
Amy Jumpsuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Amy Jumpsuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Amy Jumpsuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Amy Jumpsuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Amy Jumpsuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Amy Jumpsuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Amy Jumpsuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Amy Jumpsuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
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Amy Jumpsuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
$16.00 USD
Format du motif (taille 0 - 20)

La combinaison Amy allie élégance, confort et légèreté sous une forme minimaliste et soignée. Ses lignes laissent le corps respirer et bouger. Avec ses jambes ultra larges qui tombent à hauteur des mollets, elle incarne l'esprit d'une robe légère dans un vêtement que vous ne voudrez jamais enlever.

Amy présente des décolletés en V flatteurs à l'avant et dans le dos, des bretelles assez larges pour cacher celles d'un soutien-gorge ; une fermeture éclair invisible la rend facile à enfiler et à enlever. Ajoutez à sa fonctionnalité en ajoutant des poches dans la couture (optionnelles), ou marquez la taille avec une ceinture, pour créer une silhouette plus ajustée.

Tailles : Actuellement disponible en tailles 0-20 uniquement

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Fabric and Supplies

SUGGESTED FABRIC

Drapey wovens such as rayon challis, tencel, silk, and viscose will create a soft, swishy effect.

Crisp, lightweight wovens like double gauze, linen, and lawn will provide a more structured silhouette.

YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS

45" / 1.14m
VIEW A: 0-8 = 3.5 yd/3.2m, 10-16 = 3.75 yd/3.5m, 18-20 = 4 yd/3.75m
VIEW B: 0-8 = 4.25 yd/3.8m, 10-16 = 4.5 yd/4.1m, 18-20 = 5.25 yd/4.8m
58" / 1.5m
VIEW A: 0-8 = 2.75 yd/2.5m, 10-16 = 3.2yd/3m, 18-20 = 3.5 yd/3.2m
VIEW B: 0-8 = 2.75 yd/2.5m, 10-16 = 3.5yd/3.2m, 18-20 3.75 yd/3.5m 

ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES
  • 7" (18 cm) invisible zipper
  • Marking tool
  • Polyester thread
  • Lightweight fusible interfacing to stabilize neckline and zipper location
  • Measuring tape
  • Chalk pencil or other marking tool
  • Optional: tailor's ham, for pressing bust darts

Details

Sewing level: Advanced beginner

Sizes: 0 - 20 (see our sizing chart here)

Finished MeasurementsSee complete measurements here

Print at Home File (Letter & A4): 42 pages, sizes are not layered.

Copy Shop/A0 File: 3 pages (36" x 48"), sizes are not layered.

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Customer Reviews

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Katie
Lovely pattern

I sewed the Amy up for a friend's wedding, and it was a delight to make! I made a size 6, which on reflection may have been a little too big for me, but it did mean that I could slip into it without needing to put in the zipper :) As it's a really flowy style, being a little bigger doesn't matter too much, except that the shoulders keep slipping off. I'll just put a catch on so I can clip it onto my bra straps though, and that should fix it. I made it out of a linen/cotton blend that I'd had in my stash for a few months, and I had been searching for a pattern that would allow its large-scale floral to shine without looking too... done up. This was perfect, and I've worn it a few times since, dressed down with a blouse underneath (as pictured). I think that, despite staystitching and careful handling, I managed to stretch out the neckline - so next time I'd interface as well, as the pattern suggests.

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Patricia Walker
Hello, Sumer!

Just before school let out for the summer, I downloaded, printed, and taped the pattern for the Amy jumpsuit. It was the first time I had ever printed out a pattern before, but it worked beautifully. I made the short version and wore it several times. I altered the shoulder straps so that I could tie them in a square knot at the top of each shoulder. This allowed for any needed adjustment. Loved the finished product! (I am on the far right.)

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dianne cole
Amy

I cannot wait to make this in every color.

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Marleen
Love it!

This is the second closed core pattern I made and again the instructions and sizing were great.

I made mine in a flowery viscose and love the way it flows. Perfect for summer!

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Laura Fernandez
Awesome!

Amazing pattern! Easy to understand for a beginner and really versatile.

I was scared about making my first lining and using a zipper, but the instructions and graphics were clear and concise

I've made one with rayon challis and linen and will probably make another one soon!

A
Amy G
Easy to make and comfortable

Pattern works up pretty easily, and is supremely comfy to wear. In addition to a regular version of this, I also made a version using the shirred top "hack" from the Closet Core blog, and I also used the waist down section of the pattern to make myself a supremely comfy pair of wide leg elastic waist capris. I constantly get compliments when I wear the items I made from this pattern. My only wish is that they had a D cup version as well so I didn't have to do a FBA. But I got through it with the help of a few blogs. This pattern easily becomes a wardrobe staple.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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Katie
Lovely pattern

I sewed the Amy up for a friend's wedding, and it was a delight to make! I made a size 6, which on reflection may have been a little too big for me, but it did mean that I could slip into it without needing to put in the zipper :) As it's a really flowy style, being a little bigger doesn't matter too much, except that the shoulders keep slipping off. I'll just put a catch on so I can clip it onto my bra straps though, and that should fix it. I made it out of a linen/cotton blend that I'd had in my stash for a few months, and I had been searching for a pattern that would allow its large-scale floral to shine without looking too... done up. This was perfect, and I've worn it a few times since, dressed down with a blouse underneath (as pictured). I think that, despite staystitching and careful handling, I managed to stretch out the neckline - so next time I'd interface as well, as the pattern suggests.

P
Patricia Walker
Hello, Sumer!

Just before school let out for the summer, I downloaded, printed, and taped the pattern for the Amy jumpsuit. It was the first time I had ever printed out a pattern before, but it worked beautifully. I made the short version and wore it several times. I altered the shoulder straps so that I could tie them in a square knot at the top of each shoulder. This allowed for any needed adjustment. Loved the finished product! (I am on the far right.)

d
dianne cole
Amy

I cannot wait to make this in every color.

M
Marleen
Love it!

This is the second closed core pattern I made and again the instructions and sizing were great.

I made mine in a flowery viscose and love the way it flows. Perfect for summer!

L
Laura Fernandez
Awesome!

Amazing pattern! Easy to understand for a beginner and really versatile.

I was scared about making my first lining and using a zipper, but the instructions and graphics were clear and concise

I've made one with rayon challis and linen and will probably make another one soon!

A
Amy G
Easy to make and comfortable

Pattern works up pretty easily, and is supremely comfy to wear. In addition to a regular version of this, I also made a version using the shirred top "hack" from the Closet Core blog, and I also used the waist down section of the pattern to make myself a supremely comfy pair of wide leg elastic waist capris. I constantly get compliments when I wear the items I made from this pattern. My only wish is that they had a D cup version as well so I didn't have to do a FBA. But I got through it with the help of a few blogs. This pattern easily becomes a wardrobe staple.