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Vogue Jumpsuit V1617

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Buy the V1617 jumpsuit sewing pattern from Vogue® Patterns. It’s perfect for an advanced beginner dressmaker. This very loose-fitting jumpsuit has surplice bodice with contrast binding, kimono sleeve, waistband with ties, side seam pockets, and flared leg with hem facings.

Suggested fabrics: Crepe de chine, charmeuse, rayon challis, matte jersey // Lining: China silk.

Note: Unsuitable for obvious diagonals. Fabric requirement allows for nap, one-way design or shading. Extra fabric may be needed to match design or for shrinkage.

Sizing: Y (XS-S-M), Z (L-XL), approx. UK sizes Y (4 – 10), Z (12 – 18). Please check the size chart and finished garment measurements.

Notions: 1/4 yd. (0.3 m) of 1/4" (0.6 cm) wide elastic.

This sewing pattern is available in PAPER format.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Vogue v1617 Striped Jumpsuit

This jumpsuit was a little involved but I love the end result! It really turned out wonderfully! So happy with the result! Here is a link below to more pics and a blog that is on the Lamazi Fabrics website. I mention how to turn tiny ties and it really is my favorite method!


Review of V1617

I picked this pattern to make for Cambs Frocktails, I love the design of it and that there are no zips or fastenings. I used a rayon fabric which was so soft and had a lovely drape, it was perfect for this pattern. I cut out a large and the only alteration I did was to shorten the leg length by 10cm. The fit is relaxed so it doesn't need much adjustment, but I would advise going up a size up if you are between sizes as it makes it easier to climb in and out through the neck!

I did find some of the instructions a little confusing. I don't think I did the neck binding as per the instructions and I definitely went wrong on the waistband which meant I couldn't work our how to attach the bodice to the trousers as per the instructions. It confused me for a while, but in the end I just put the instructions down and worked out my own way which was fine. The waistband is a little confusing but makes sense once you're wearing it. It's two pieces and the back fastens round the front and the front has ties that you pass round and tie at the front, hence why attaching the bodice to the trousers wasn't straight forward!

I enjoyed making it and the jumpsuit is so comfortable to wear. I would definitely make another version if I had another occasion, it would make a great evening party summer outfit. And it has pockets!

Vogue Jumpsuit V1617 review

This is one of my favorite makes ever. The construction, with no zipper or buttons, is very clever. I do not normally follow instructions, but I must say that I generally like the Vogue Patterns ones, as they strike the perfect balance between too much (like most indie patterns) and too little (like Burda magazine) information.

I love the comfy but elegant silhouette of this jumpsuit. I also appreciated the clever construction a lot, and the absence of buttons or zipper. It is, however, a bit difficult to get in and out of. I wanted to make the size XS instead of S, bases on final measurements, but I now realized that making a size S was a good call, since a size smaller might have been impossible to pull up.

I used Tencel Twill and contrast in Silk Taffeta

As for alterations, I inverted the surplice direction, shortened the leg about 5 cm. It is a very forgiving design so I did not need a lot of alterations.

In conclusion, I would totally recommend. It is not a super easy sew, but it is very cool looking and very satisfying to complete. I would not sew it again now, but since I foresee wearing this a lot I can see myself making a new version once this first one will be threadbare.
This is a fun, interesting looking and cleverly constructed project perfect for the intermediate sewist who in on the market for a stylish and comfortable outfit to take her from day to night.