Sewing a Jumpsuit
Intermediate | 53 min 58 sec
Looking for something that is easy-breezy for warmer weather? In this workshop, Heather will teach you how to make a slinky jumpsuit and hem it to wear with either flip-flops or heels. The top and bottom pieces are joined with rows of elastic thread for a comfortable silhouette. No armholes or closures make this a terrific beginning sewing project. (The bodice of this jumpsuit and joining it to the pants is identical to Heather’s Sundress workshop, so once you’re familiar with this pattern, you’re halfway to making a sundress!) The available pattern comes in Small, Medium, and Large.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • For XS - XL: 4 yards of 44" wide fabric or 2.75 yards of 60" wide fabric
  • For 2XL - 3XL: 4.25 yards of 44" wide fabric or 3 yards of 60" wide fabric
  • Sewing machine with matching thread
  • Bobbin hand-wound with elastic thread
  • Scissors or rotary cutter and cutting surface
  • Transfer paper, marking pen, or marking tool
  • Pattern PDF
  • To select your size, please check the following measurements:
  • XS: 31” bust, 24” waist, 34” hip
  • S: 32-33” bust, 25-26” waist, 24-26” hip
  • M: 36-38” bust, 27-29” waist, 37-39” hip
  • L: 40-42” bust, 31-33” waist, 41-43” hip
  • XL: 44-46” bust, 35-37” waist, 45-47” hip
  • XXL: 48-50” bust, 39-41” waist, 49-51” hip
  • XXXL: 50-53” bust, 43-46” waist, 52-54” hip
Learn how to:
  • Sew a stylish jumpsuit
  • Join pieces with elastic thread
  • Work this beginner sewing project

What you’ll get:
  • An easy-to-follow lesson on how to sew a stylish jumpsuit
  • 12 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Itemized supply list
  • Downloadable PDF pattern included - $6 value
  • Step-by-step instruction by expert instructor Heather Ross
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
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Class Reviews
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Fedaa Gammou
Excellent directions. Beautiful result.
More than 3 months ago
Great teacher. Very well explained, step by step. Thanks
More than 3 months ago
Paula MacKenzie
I would have preferred if they had gone into what fabric types work, instead of just saying they picked something inexpensive.
More than 3 months ago