Onesie for adults

Added Aug 11, 2013

by amyhalliday

Flemington, Aust...




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This onesie fits medium-sized adults, with a fit similar to a track-suit.
It has a hood, front zipper and ribbed cuffs.

Booties could easily be added, but I usually wear my bunny slippers at home so this pattern is sans-booties.

Material Notes

Suitable for heavy, soft fabrics like polar fleece.
Requires about 3 meters of fabric.



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    Dec 18, 2014, 06.47 AMby Kirsten DeWitt

    Think I could print this at about 80% and make it work for me? I’m generally a size 0/2 or XS in RTW.

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    Aug 11, 2014, 01.09 AMby Janelle Lawrence

    I really want to try this, but I am new to this site, I want one that is a bit looser so that I can wear it over pj and turn it into a toothless onesie from how to train your dragon. Any advice?

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      Aug 12, 2014, 09.56 AMby amyhalliday

      I think this would be a little cosy to wear over winter PJs, but I guess it would depend what fabric you made it out of. Mine is made out of polo fleece and I wouldn’t want to wear it over long winter PJs, but over shorts and a t shirt is fine. If you made it out of a finer fabric you’d have a bit more room, but just keep in mind that it’s not made to be a roomy, baggy onesie.

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    Aug 12, 2013, 06.40 AMby jennyrecorder

    Thanks Amy, I don’t understand the attraction myself, but my brother has asked me to make one for him so your timing here is perfect!

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    Aug 12, 2013, 12.11 AMby amyhalliday

    Hi all! I tried to find a free onesie pattern on the web, and didn’t have much luck, so I made my own. My onesie turned out great, and is getting a lot of wear. I hope yours are just as much fun.

    Please let me know if you have any feedback about the pattern or instructions, I can easily fix any mistakes and re-upload the PDFs. Even if it’s not a mistake, I’m still pretty new to the world of pattern-making and would appreciate any feedback.

    Thanks, and have fun!

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