Butterick Dress and Jumpsuit B6130

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Buy the B6130 Dress and Jumpsuit sewing pattern from Butterick. It’s perfect for an advanced beginner/intermediate dressmaker. Dress and jumpsuit (loose-fitting through bust) have bias collar, lined bodice and midriff, and back zipper. A: self-lined sleeves. A, B and C: princess seams. D: wide-legged. All are semi-fitted through hips.

This sewing pattern is available to buy in the following format:

– PAPER (next working day dispatch on orders and FREE UK delivery over £50)

Suggested fabrics: Crepes, Faille, Satins.

Note: Extra fabric maybe needed to match plaids, stripes, one-way design fabrics or shrinkage.

Sizing: A5 (6-8-10-12-14), E5 (14-16-18-20-22), which is approx. UK sizes A5 (4/6 – 10), E5 (10 – 18/20) based on our standardised size chart. Please also check the designer's size chart and finished garment measurements.

Notions: Thread. One 22" Zipper and Hook & Eye.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Sew Atelier M
A feminine jumpsuit with a 30’s feel

I purchased this pattern when it was first issued, the jumpsuit having caught my eye. However, for some reason I kept passing over the project until now.
It is a simple pattern, with few pieces that goes together easily. The jumpsuit has wide (almost palazzo) legs, that give drama as well as comfort. It definitely has a 30’s influence and feel.
I made the jumpsuit in a heavy weight stretch jersey that drapes beautifully, but is difficult to press for a crisp finish. I normally cut a size 14 pattern, but in this case cut a size 12 to compensate for the stretch. I even think that I could have gotten away with cutting a 10 for a more fitted look, as there is still plenty of room.
The bodice is lined, and I used a light weight viscose. However, I did find that I needed to cut a size 14 for the lining, to compensate for the lack of stretch in the fabric.

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I will definitely make this jumpsuit again, and I am already looking for a heavy weight crepe satin for the next project. I highly recommend this pattern to anyone, and it is certainly suitable for a beginner.

Butterick dress 6130

Pattern Description: Dress and jumpsuit (loose-fitting through bust) have bias collar, lined bodice and midriff, and back zipper. A: self-lined sleeves. A, B and C: princess seams. D: wide legged. All are semi-fitted through hips.

Pattern Sizing: 6-14 and 14- 22

Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? yes

Were the instructions easy to follow? Yes. Although these days I do not really use sewing instructions I just use my own order of construction which might not be the same as the instructions advise you to.

What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? I really like the versatility of this pattern, because it lends itself to colour blocking.

Fabric Used: Cotton lawn for the bodice, lining and trouser and a medium weight cotton for the collar and waistband.

Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: I sized down from size 14 to 10 (I prefer my clothes to be more fitted), cut the trouser leg straight, which meant I took out 2.5 cm from the back crotch and shortened the trouser by 10 cm.

Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? yes and yes

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