Nettie knit dress pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Nettie Bodysuit pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Nettie Dress & bodysuit pattern // Back view // Closet Core Patterns
Nettie knit dress pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Nettie knit dress pattern // Back view // Closet Core Patterns
Nettie Dress & Bodysuit Pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Nettie knit dress pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Nettie knit dress pattern // Closet Core Patterns
Nettie bodysuit & dress pattern // Technical flats // Closet Core Patterns
$16.00 USD
Format du motif (taille 0 - 20)

Nettie est un vêtement classique, rapide et facile à coudre. Personnalisable à l’infini, le patron propose un choix parmi 3 longueurs de manches, 2 encolures avant et 3 variations pour le dos.

En version robe ou en version justaucorps, la coupe est proche du corps et les manches sont ajustées. Sur le justaucorps, les ouvertures prévues pour les jambes sont assez basses et il est possible de poser des bouton-pressions à l’entrejambe. 

Tailles: Actuellement disponible en tailles 0-20 seulement (PDF)

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

    Fabric and Supplies

    SUGGESTED FABRIC

    4-way stretch fabrics with good recovery and at least 50% crosswise stretch; cotton-lycra and lycra are ideal. 2-way stretch fabrics such as ponte are only recommended for the dress variation, as long as they also stretch at least 50%. A 10” square scrap of lining fabric like rayon bemberg or silk charmeuse for the optional snap crotch

    YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS

    (58" / 1.5m) Bodysuit
    0-8 = 1.25 yd/1.2m
    10-14 = 1.5yd/1.4m
    18-20 = 1.75yd/1.6m 

    Dress
    0-8 = 1.5yd/1.4m
    10-14 = 1.75yd/1.6m
    16-20 = 2yd/1.8m

    ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES
    • 3 metal snaps for the snap crotch (optional) 
    • Stretch or jersey needle 
    • Polyester thread 
    • Clear elastic or twill tape to stabilize shoulder seams 
    • Double stretch needle (optional) 
    • One pair of foam cups (optional)

    Details

    Sewing level: Advanced beginner 

    Sizes: 0 - 20 (see our sizing chart here

    Finished measurements: See complete final measurements here 

    Instructions: English or French Print at Home File (Letter & A4): Bodysuit: 22 pages, Dress: 24 pages 

    Copy Shop/A0 File: 2 large sheets (36"x48" / A0)

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    Customer Reviews

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    Kim S
    Great fit, easy to sew

    I absolutely loved this pattern and it helped me realize why so many other t-shirt patterns don’t fit in the shoulders-because mine are just a bit more broad/square. Such a revelation. I’ve hacked this pattern into a shirt and full coverage underwear. I made one body suit in a performance French terry and it pairs perfectly with high waisted pants and skirts. It’s a wardrobe staple now and it’s perfect year round.

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    jackie2019
    quick easy sew, fitted bodycon style

    i've made the dress version twice and is a lovely fitted dress, it looks small when sewn up but needs to be so the shoulders stay on. i attached the neckband back to front the first time as i didn't realise the back was lower then the front! make sure you have a good stretch fabric with recovery. i did one in a sports knit and that works too.

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    Melissa Draper
    This sew was easier than it looked!

    I purchased the Nettie bodysuit/dress pattern and sewed up the bodysuit in a merino knit. I haven't sewed a lot of knit patterns, but this went very smoothly. I was pleased with the shape and the fit. I have worn it sitting around the house as well as out rollerskating with my teen and I found it is comfy in either circumstance. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a comfy, feminine shirt that stays tucked in.

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    helene A.
    Perfect bodysuit

    Explications clearly- picture
    Perfect cut

    Le patron de body parfait - explications et schémas très clairs - supers conseils - une coupe parfaite

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    Ruthe Ploskunyak
    First but not last Closet Case

    This was the first of my CC purchases, and I have only made the body suit so far. There are endless variations, and since the first went together so nicely, there will definitely be more. I loved the suggestion and the instructions for the optional shelf bra. This option creates just enough coverage to camoflage a seamed bra under a knit garment. It's brilliant!

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    Based on 5 reviews
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    Kim S
    Great fit, easy to sew

    I absolutely loved this pattern and it helped me realize why so many other t-shirt patterns don’t fit in the shoulders-because mine are just a bit more broad/square. Such a revelation. I’ve hacked this pattern into a shirt and full coverage underwear. I made one body suit in a performance French terry and it pairs perfectly with high waisted pants and skirts. It’s a wardrobe staple now and it’s perfect year round.

    j
    jackie2019
    quick easy sew, fitted bodycon style

    i've made the dress version twice and is a lovely fitted dress, it looks small when sewn up but needs to be so the shoulders stay on. i attached the neckband back to front the first time as i didn't realise the back was lower then the front! make sure you have a good stretch fabric with recovery. i did one in a sports knit and that works too.

    M
    Melissa Draper
    This sew was easier than it looked!

    I purchased the Nettie bodysuit/dress pattern and sewed up the bodysuit in a merino knit. I haven't sewed a lot of knit patterns, but this went very smoothly. I was pleased with the shape and the fit. I have worn it sitting around the house as well as out rollerskating with my teen and I found it is comfy in either circumstance. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a comfy, feminine shirt that stays tucked in.

    h
    helene A.
    Perfect bodysuit

    Explications clearly- picture
    Perfect cut

    Le patron de body parfait - explications et schémas très clairs - supers conseils - une coupe parfaite

    R
    Ruthe Ploskunyak
    First but not last Closet Case

    This was the first of my CC purchases, and I have only made the body suit so far. There are endless variations, and since the first went together so nicely, there will definitely be more. I loved the suggestion and the instructions for the optional shelf bra. This option creates just enough coverage to camoflage a seamed bra under a knit garment. It's brilliant!