Amy Jumpsuit Pattern
The Amy Jumpsuit is comfort and breezy elegance all in one tidy, minimalist package. With a figure-skimming silhouette and ultra-wide, cropped legs, it's got the soul of a floaty slip dress in the body of a jumpsuit you'll never want to take off.
Amy features a flattering V-neckline in front and back, with wide shoulder straps designed to conceal bra straps; an invisible side zipper makes it easy to get on and off. Add function with optional inseam pockets, or cinch the waist with a classic tie belt for a more fitted shape.
Pattern Difficulty: Confident BeginnerLearn more about how we rank pattern difficulty.
- 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 (sizes 0-20) - 45” / 1.14 m wide
VIEW A ~ Sizes 0-8 = 3.5 yd (3.2 m), Sizes 10-16 = 3.75 yd (3.5 m), Sizes 18-20 = 4 yd (3.75 m)
VIEW B ~ Sizes0-8 = 4.25 yd (3.8 m), Sizes 10-16 = 4.5 yd (4.1 m), Sizes 18-20 = 5.25 yd (4.8 m)
Yardage (sizes 0-20) - 58” / 1.5 m wide
VIEW A ~ Sizes 0-8 = 2.75 yd (2.5 m), Sizes 10-16 = 3.25 yd (3 m), Sizes 18-20 = 3.5 yd (3.2 m)
VIEW B ~ Sizes 0-8 = 2.75 yd (2.5 m), Sizes 10-16 = 3.55 yd (3.2 m), Sizes 18-20 = 3.75 yd (3.5 m)
- 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
PDP File Details
|Sizes 0-20||Sizes 14-32|
|Letter / A4||42 pages|
|Copyshop / A0||3 pages|
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From the Closet Core Community
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Made this jumpsuit for my friend. Great pattern! I used 100% linen and had no issues. Highly recommend!
I have enjoyed making the Amy Jumpsuit , the pattern was really straight forward to follow and went together really well. I had very few adjustments for Amy to fit me well , a little bigger on the waist and shorter in the leg. I made the Amy in a fine silk and I very please how it turned out and look forward to wearing the jumpsuit often In the future I intend to make the Amy in different fabrics.
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.
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.)
I cannot wait to make this in every color.
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!