Gimlet Boilersuit // Utility Jumpsuit Pattern. Boilersuit Sewing Pattern. PDF Sewing Patterns for Women
Digital file type(s): 1 ZIP
-- This is a DIGITAL jumpsuit sewing pattern for immediate download to your computer. No paper patterns are mailed out. --
The Gimlet Boilersuit is high-fashion utility wear! Boilersuits are so in right now, and with the Gimlet,you can put your own spin on the catwalk style.
This boilersuit features hip pockets, faux breast pockets, and a loose fit which is cinched with the matching belt. We’ve simplified the design with a ‘convertible’ collar and rolled sleeve hems.
Skill Level: Intermediate
These instructions are aimed at intermediate sewers.
The garment construction is straight-forward, but there is some top-stitching required, which may not suit beginners.
• 'Standard' Sizes A-G (US 2-14, AUS & UK 6-16)
See the 'sizing guide' image for measurements.
This pattern is designed for plain woven cottons, such as broadcloth, twill, canvas or denim. Lightweight, flowy fabrics like satin will also work for a glamorous effect. Stretch is not required.
• 3.3m (3.6 yards) of fabric with a width of 144cm (55”)
OR 4m (4.4 yards) of fabric with a width of 112cm (44”)
• 50cm (0.6 yards) of lightweight fusible interfacing.
• 5 x 12mm (1/2”) buttons
Immediately after checkout you will be able to download the zipped pattern. This file includes:
• A Print-At-Home PDF: 33 x A4 or US Letter pages.
• A Copy Shop PDF: 2 x A0 pages to print at your local print shop (ie. Kinkos, Officeworks)
• An instruction file: 15 pages of sewing instructions with detailed illustrations.
Download size is 2mb.
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280 reviews4.5 out of 5 stars
I bought this to make a Rosie the Riveter costume for Halloween. the directions were very clearly written with pictures for each step. The only variation from the pattern I made was to add two back darts for the pant and shirt sections to help cinch the waist in rather than only relying on the belt. I loved how it turned out.
So cute! Instructions were simple and straightforward. I cut the pattern to a size 6, but ended up doing some alterations in the waist and pants. Found that gathering the waist in the back made for a more flattering fit then depending on the belt to do so. I tapered the pant leg as well.
I absolutely love this pattern! I was a bit nervous about making it because it looks pretty difficult, but the directions were so clear and straightforward. I used corduroy fabric & it came out so well! Looking forward to buying another pattern from this shop.
This pattern was great! It was very easy to follow! I shortened the pants and widened the collar for a more 70's look for my friend! It worked out great. Thanks for making great patterns!
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