Jumpsuits have been a huge trend in 2018 and evidently they are here to stay. The clothing stores are filled with them again this season and I couldn’t be happier because I love them! Truth is, a few years ago I thought I could never pull them off, but turns out that if you find the right style, a jumpsuit can look good on anyone. Thankfully, sewing pattern companies have been doing a fantastic job keeping up with this trend and today I am sharing a list of my 10+1 favorite jumpsuit patterns!
The inspiration behind this post is the #sewtogetherforsummer challenge. Every year the hosts pick a garment and the sewing community can have fun making it, using any pattern they want. Last year they had selected the wrap dress to be the garment of choice, which prompted me to write the “10+1 favorite wrap dress patterns“, one of my most popular posts of 2018. This year, it’s all about jumpsuits!
So, here we go -in no particular order:
This jumpsuit has jumped at the top of my list for the summer, especially the playsuit version. I LOVE the tie detail at the waist and the low cut V-neckline. I’m not sure I would ever wear it with a top underneath, but otherwise it’s a lovely option for the warmer months.
A pattern that I tried last year, but haven’t worn once (in fact, I still have to hem it). Although I liked the jumpsuit, I picked a fabric that didn’t really suit me so I’d like to give it another go this season. The Marigold has a nice sweetheart neckline and an elasticated waist. It also comes with an options for trousers, which I definitely need in my wardrobe.
Couldn’t make a list of my favorite jumpsuits without including my own. The Abi is a pattern intended for knit fabrics and comes with many different variations, making it super versatile and comfortable at the same time. I own more than a dozen in both printed and plain fabrics and I live in them all year round! The best thing is that it is available in a size inclusive range (UK 4-28) and it looks amazing on all shapes, ages and sizes!
The Poppy playsuit has been in my stash for years and I still want to give it a go. I like the relaxed fit, the wide legs and the elasticated waist. It also seems pretty straightforward to sew.
A pattern that I never thought I’d like, but lately I’ve been feeling tempted. Similar jumpsuit have been popping up everywhere I look and although I’m not sure I can pull it off. I’d really like to try.
Another one of my own designs is the Rachel. I think it’s a very unique look, chic and elegant at the same time. You can make it full-length or culotte-length and, depending on the fabric you choose, it can look completely different.
I love the style of this jumpsuit: relaxed fit, wide legs and sleeveless. Still not sure it’s a pattern for me, but I’ve seen some beautiful versions and it looks great every time!
This pattern is such a feminine, classy and sleek design that shouldn’t be missing from anybody’s wardrobe. I really like the clean lines and the V-neckline, plus there are 3 pattern hacks available on their website, including a dress option.
Another versatile pattern with beautiful design details. It includes a jumpsuit version and a dress version, comes with an elastic or a drawstring waist and pockets. A very easy garment to throw on in the morning and feel stylish but comfortable all day long.
This pattern comes with many variations including a very sassy playsuit. A very flattering choice with interesting details.
A loose and comfortable jumpsuit and dress with many bodices and bottoms available to create lots of different looks.
And these were my 10+1 favorite jumpsuit sewing patterns for 2019. I hope you liked my choices!
Until the next time, happy sewing!
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