Added Nov 26, 2011
Jump suits have made a comeback, but most of what is available in shops does not fit me right. Only choice was to make one! Top and bottom from separate patterns, joined with elasticated drop-waist.
Things to remember:
a) the top part needs to be long enough for you to be able to bend over without getting a weggie (highly unattractive!), and
b) the top part needs to be able to fit over your hips! Which is why I used a cowl neck…
Cheesy ’70’s disco pose entirely optional!
drapy viscose blend – soft and cool.
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Fashion & Trends
All the fall trouser sewing inspiration you need.
Pattern of the Week
This jacket is a mix of mod and military and will change the look of any outfit!
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Sewing & Techniques
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