Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns- Dessins techniques
Patron de combinaison Blanca  / Patron de combinaison utilitaire de Closet Core Patterns- Dessins techniques
Patron de combinaison Blanca
à partir de $16.00 USD
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La combinaison Blanca est inspirée des uniformes de travail vintage. Le patron est semi-ajusté et propose plusieurs possibilités de personnalisation, parmi lesquelles de multiples options de manches et de jambes. Blanca peut être cousue dans différents tissus et peut s'adapter à un style chic ou décontracté.

La combinaison Blanca a une fermeture éclair centrale avant, des poches plaquées qui sont aussi utilisées comme passants de ceinture, une ceinture à nouer ou à boucle, un col de chemise et un dos à plis au design unique. Personnalisez votre vêtement en choisissant des manches courtes ou longues, effilées ou boutonnées. La coupe de la jambe est droite et peut être raccourcie ou resserrée à l'ourlet avec une patte boutonnée. Enfin, choisissez de coudre une poche poitrine classique ou bien à fermeture éclair pour une version aux détails plus recherchés.

Produits connexes: Boucle de ceinture en laiton Pour la combinaison Blanca

Tailles:0-20 (impression et pdf) et 14-32 (pdf)

Voir notre guide pour l'impression et l'assemblage de fichiers PDF ici

Fabric and Supplies

TISSU PROPOSÉ

Pour un look structuré, utilisez un tissu tissé robuste comme du denim, du sergé, du cannevas, du lin de poids moyen à lourd ou du coton. Pour un effet plus fluide, choisissez un tissu de poids moyen avec un beau drapé, comme du sergé de tencel, du cupro ou de la soie brute

YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS (45"/1.14M FABRIC)

 Version A (Manches et jambes longues)
Tailles 0-20: 0-8 = 4yd / 3.75m, 10-14 = 4.25yd / 3.9m, 16-20 = 4.75yd / 4.3m
Tailles 14-32: 14-22 = 5.25yd / 4.8m, 24-32 = 6 yd / 5.5m

ersion B (Manches et jambes courtes)
Tailles 0-20: 0-8 = 3.5yd / 3.2m, 10-14= 4yd / 3.75m, 16-20 = 4.5 yd / 4.1m
Tailles 14-32: 14-22 = 4.75yd / 4.3m, 24-32-14 = 4.5 yd / 4.1m

YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS (58"/1.5M FABRIC)

Version A (Manches et jambes longues)
Tailles 0-20: 0-8 = 3yd / 2.75m, 10-14 = 3.25yd / 3m, 16-20 = 3.5yd / 3.2m
Tailles 14-32: 14-22 = 3.75yd / 3.4m, 24-32 = 4.5 yd / 4.1m

ersion B (Manches et jambes courtes)
Tailles 0-20: 0-8 = 2.5yd / 2.3m, 10-14 = 3yd / 2.75m, 16-20 = 3.25 yd / 3m
Tailles 14-32: 14-22 = 3.75yd / 3.4m, 24-32 = 4 yd / 3.7m

MATÉRIEL SUPPLÉMENTAIRE
  • Medium weight fusible interfacing (0.5yd/0.5m for 45” wide interfacing)
  • Doublure de poche (0,25 yd/0,25 m)
  • Fil de polyester de couleur assortie
  • Fermeture éclair non séparable (avec dents métalliques pour les tissus lourds et dents en plastique pour les tissus plus légers). Notez qu'une fermeture éclair plus longue recoupée à la bonne taille ou une fermeture éclair séparable peuvent aussi être utilisées si elles sont bien fermées par des points de couture serrés.0-20 Size Range: Sizes 0-4=20”, Sizes 6-14=22”, Sizes 16-20=24”. 14-32 Size Range: Sizes 14-16=22", Sizes 18-26=24", Sizes 28-32=26"
  • Feutre ou craie pour tissu
  • Retourne-pointe pour le col
  • Pied pour fermeture éclair
  • Facultatif: Topstitching thread in contrast colour
  • Facultatif: 2 x 5” non-separating zipper for zippered breast pocket
  • Facultatif: 2 x 1/2” snap buttons for optional tapered sleeve
  • Facultatif: 4 x 5/8” regular buttons for optional tapered pant hem tab
  • Facultatif: 1.5” buckle closure for optional buckle belt

Details

Niveau de couture: Intermediate

Sizes: 0-20 and 14-32  (see our sizing chart ici)

Mesures finies :Tailles 0-20ici and Sizes 14-32 ici

Instructions: English  

Print at Home File (Letter & A4): Sizes 0-20 (61 pages), Sizes 14-32 (76 pages), les tailles sont superposées.

Fichier taille réelle (36x48 / A0): Sizes 0-20 (3 pages), Sizes 14-32 (4 pages), les tailles sont superposées.

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Avis des clients

Based on 34 reviews
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R.H.
A sure fire winner!

I had reservations about this, not because of the pattern, but because I wasn't sure I could carry off a flight suit. So I decided to go short sleeves and short legs for my first go - less of the 'all over' look.
I toiled it very roughly first, cutting a 6, even though the measurements would put this on the small size for me. But my ginger jeans and sasha trousers in a 6 fit perfectly, so I went with it. And the fit is great! I took about 1cm out of the back (at the centre back fold), but other than that it fits perfectly with no alterations.
As with all CC patterns, the instructions are super clear and easy to follow. I don't follow them quite in order, but that's just personal preference. The construction is so lovely - it's so cleverly thought out.
The only thing I don't 'get' is the zipper shield. I don't see the point, and I think it looks odd. I just leave it out, and bind the edge of the zip at the top where it's visible.
I made my second version within 2 weeks of my first. The third version is going to be hot on its heels, and I'm ready to be brave enough for a full length (sleeve and leg) version for autumn.
The collar construction is the nicest I've seen. It comes together so well and sits nicely.

It's a pattern which I'd encourage anyone to have a go at. There's nothing scary in it. I would toile it just to check that you can sit down/bend over in it, but other than that, just go for it!

L
Loretta
Flight suit

Lovely pattern, but I think the sizing is off. I used a denim fabric. I cut the size based on my measurements and the suit was enormous on me. I literally removed a total of 7". I double checked to make sure I didn't make a mistake on the sizing, and I didn't. Other than the measurement issue, everything else was great. I want to make another one out of linen for summer.

T
T Erin Gruber
Lots of Support Materials

The most meaningful this about this pattern for me (aside from it's fantastic look and obviously high quality design details) is the exceptional quality of the support materials available regarding fit adjustments. If you, like me, consider this pattern an ambitious undertaking (this was the most complicated pattern I've made in quite a few years) then I cannot speak highly enough of the value of reading the fit posts in the blog and the sew along. As a sewist who loathes doing a muslin, I found it WELL WORTH the effort on this one piece as I discovered I needed to make several changes to accommodate my shape and the jeans adjustments blog posting and details on the small bust adjustment meant that I was able to get a garment which is both comfortable for my figure and lives up to my wildest design fantasies! I used a cotton twill with a bit of stretch instead of the recommended non-stretch and it was really worth it for me and looks and feels great.

I sewed a size 18 curvy with a small bust adjustment to an A cup and several tweaks to the crotch rise and waist length to reach the right shaping around my midsection. I also added some shoulder pads because that was required to achieve my ultimate dreams in this case :P

My measurements: Bust- 43"/ Waist- 40"/ (natural), 45" (widest)/ Hip- 48"/ Thigh- 29" circumference

V
Verity Longley

Lovely pattern, with easy to follow instructions. I love all the topstitching details! I found this came up quite narrow in the hips so had to do some adjusting but otherwise fit really well - I've made two in the past three months!

A
A Jackson
I love this pattern.

I toiled this just to make sure but I needn’t have bothered. I have two gorgeous jumpsuits and I see more in my future. The instructions are great it is well cut. Just what you would expect from closet core patterns.

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Laura
Beautiful, and so easy to follow

I've been sewing for a long time, but mostly without patterns. I really wanted to make a boiler suit, so that's how I came across this pattern. This was by far the most elaborate pattern I've ever tried, so I was afraid I would mess up a lot on the first try.
Not at all! The instructions were clear, and the pictures in the Sewalong were super helpful too. I learnt SO many new methods while sewing this.
I went a little funky with some thrifted fabric and zipper I had lying around for my first try. Love the result.

Avis des clients

Based on 34 reviews
91%
(31)
6%
(2)
3%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
R.H.
A sure fire winner!

I had reservations about this, not because of the pattern, but because I wasn't sure I could carry off a flight suit. So I decided to go short sleeves and short legs for my first go - less of the 'all over' look.
I toiled it very roughly first, cutting a 6, even though the measurements would put this on the small size for me. But my ginger jeans and sasha trousers in a 6 fit perfectly, so I went with it. And the fit is great! I took about 1cm out of the back (at the centre back fold), but other than that it fits perfectly with no alterations.
As with all CC patterns, the instructions are super clear and easy to follow. I don't follow them quite in order, but that's just personal preference. The construction is so lovely - it's so cleverly thought out.
The only thing I don't 'get' is the zipper shield. I don't see the point, and I think it looks odd. I just leave it out, and bind the edge of the zip at the top where it's visible.
I made my second version within 2 weeks of my first. The third version is going to be hot on its heels, and I'm ready to be brave enough for a full length (sleeve and leg) version for autumn.
The collar construction is the nicest I've seen. It comes together so well and sits nicely.

It's a pattern which I'd encourage anyone to have a go at. There's nothing scary in it. I would toile it just to check that you can sit down/bend over in it, but other than that, just go for it!

L
Loretta
Flight suit

Lovely pattern, but I think the sizing is off. I used a denim fabric. I cut the size based on my measurements and the suit was enormous on me. I literally removed a total of 7". I double checked to make sure I didn't make a mistake on the sizing, and I didn't. Other than the measurement issue, everything else was great. I want to make another one out of linen for summer.

T
T Erin Gruber
Lots of Support Materials

The most meaningful this about this pattern for me (aside from it's fantastic look and obviously high quality design details) is the exceptional quality of the support materials available regarding fit adjustments. If you, like me, consider this pattern an ambitious undertaking (this was the most complicated pattern I've made in quite a few years) then I cannot speak highly enough of the value of reading the fit posts in the blog and the sew along. As a sewist who loathes doing a muslin, I found it WELL WORTH the effort on this one piece as I discovered I needed to make several changes to accommodate my shape and the jeans adjustments blog posting and details on the small bust adjustment meant that I was able to get a garment which is both comfortable for my figure and lives up to my wildest design fantasies! I used a cotton twill with a bit of stretch instead of the recommended non-stretch and it was really worth it for me and looks and feels great.

I sewed a size 18 curvy with a small bust adjustment to an A cup and several tweaks to the crotch rise and waist length to reach the right shaping around my midsection. I also added some shoulder pads because that was required to achieve my ultimate dreams in this case :P

My measurements: Bust- 43"/ Waist- 40"/ (natural), 45" (widest)/ Hip- 48"/ Thigh- 29" circumference

V
Verity Longley

Lovely pattern, with easy to follow instructions. I love all the topstitching details! I found this came up quite narrow in the hips so had to do some adjusting but otherwise fit really well - I've made two in the past three months!

A
A Jackson
I love this pattern.

I toiled this just to make sure but I needn’t have bothered. I have two gorgeous jumpsuits and I see more in my future. The instructions are great it is well cut. Just what you would expect from closet core patterns.

L
Laura
Beautiful, and so easy to follow

I've been sewing for a long time, but mostly without patterns. I really wanted to make a boiler suit, so that's how I came across this pattern. This was by far the most elaborate pattern I've ever tried, so I was afraid I would mess up a lot on the first try.
Not at all! The instructions were clear, and the pictures in the Sewalong were super helpful too. I learnt SO many new methods while sewing this.
I went a little funky with some thrifted fabric and zipper I had lying around for my first try. Love the result.