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Trumpet Sleeve Jumpsuit 04/2015 #110

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Intermediate
Size
72, 76, 80, 84, 88 See Sizing Chart
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Description

Women’s dress sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine.

This fashionable jumpsuit features trumpet sleeves, giving it a sporty chic accent. You can choose to make your own belt or pair the jumpsuit with a large vintage leather belt. If the neckline goes a little too low for you, just throw on an easy tank underneath for extra coverage.

This pattern is from the Near the Sea collection.

Recommended Materials

Lightweight, softly draping fabrics.

Amount of Fabrics

Raw silk, striped lengthwise,
width: 150 cm (59 ins)
length: 3.00 m (3 yds) for all sizes.

Interfacing.

Light interfacing for the belt.

Vilene Bias Tape/ stay tape.

Elastic,
width: 1.5 cm (5/8 in)
length: 0.75 – 0.75 – 0.80 – 0.85 – 0.90 m (30 – 30 – 32 – 34 – 36 ins).

2 large sew-on snap fasteners.

1 fabric-­covered belt buckle (without prong), bar width 6 cm (2 3/8 ins).

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    May 29, 2016, 12.06 AMby nrobson

    this looks so nice

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    May 28, 2016, 04.06 PMby Miranda D.

    The instructions on the casing are very vague. It’s just a line you have to fold on? I figured it out, but would have been faster to have read two sentences on how to do it and I’m not sure where the extra piece goes, because it’s not in the directions, but it’s a pattern piece. I wish these all just had seam allowance added. It kind of defeats the purpose of an easy sewing pattern if you have to tape it together, trace it onto new paper, add your own seam allowance, then cut it out. I added as I was cutting and notched the ends, but still would be nice to know the middle areas are as accurate as possible. I know some of the other patterns have seam allowance added. Saves trees at least.

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      Jan 28, 2017, 01.51 PMby mommyswami

      I agree. I’ve been sewing for 20 years and still have trouble with these patterns. The instructions are so vague. There’s a lot of fill in the blank on the sewist’s part. I definitely wouldn’t recommend Burda to beginners.

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