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Vogue Dress and Jumpsuit V9075

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Buy the V9075 dress and jumpsuit sewing pattern from Vogue® Patterns. It's perfect for an advanced beginner dressmaker. Both the dress and jumpsuit have close-fitting, lined bodices with princess seams, side pockets, stitched hems, and back zippers. B: Wide-legged, pleated pants.

Suggested fabrics: Lightweight denim, crepe, jersey, linen blends.

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: A5 (6-8-10-12-14), E5 (14-16-18-20-22), approx. UK sizes A5 (4/6 - 10), E5 (10 - 18/20). Please check the size chart and finished garment measurements.

Notions: One 22" zipper, hook and eye.

This sewing pattern is available in PAPER format.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Great challenging make for a beginner

As a very novice sewer (this is only the second item of clothing I've ever made), I was nervous about starting this, but actually it wasn't too traumatic. I chose the sleeveless jumpsuit version. I'm 5ft 11" (180cm) so I lengthened the crotch depth by an inch, and also added about 3 inches onto the length of the pants.

I used a crepe de chine fabric which was a bit tricky to cut out, and to work with, because the fabric had a slight 'give' to it and is quite delicate so it moved around a lot! It does, however, makes the finished jumpsuit very drapey which I like. I used a cotton voile for the lining of the bodice. Not sure if this is the best combo of lining and top fabric, but it seemed to work out okay.

The instructions for how to attach the invisible zipper really confused me, however there is a lady on Youtube who has some step by step videos where she goes through how she made this exact jumpsuit! So I followed her instructions on how to attach the zipper.

There is no mention in the instructions about finishing the raw edges, but I went ahead and zig zagged all of mine.

Next time I'd like to make it in a fabric that has a bit more structure so that the pants really flare out from the waist. My patterned fabric also means you can't see the princess seams in the bodice, but with a plain fabric these will be more noticeable and make more of a feature of it.


cool in culottes - vogue 9075

Alright, so this dress is not my favorite pattern - but I still loved the outcome! I went with the sleeveless culottes version and accidentally didn't cut the center front piece of the bodice on the fold, so I had to get creative with some other fabric in my stash.

I went a size smaller than my measurements because my first attempt at this dress was a bit big! I shortened the bodice a teeny tiny bit as well so it would sit at my natural waist! Other than that, this garment took me about 5-6 hours to complete (one evening).

One comment that I have about this pattern is that there is not much about finishing the seams. If I would do it again, I would try to use french seams instead of having a ton of overlocked seams on the inside which can get a bit scratchy. There were also no instructions about unpicking the basted pleats, so I went ahead and unpicked the stitching and I liked the outcome!

Overall, I'm happy with the bodice finish so I may use that at a bodice and attach a different bottom to make it more easy to wear on a casual day!

More pics and info on my blog! https://danicadoesit.com/2019/01/23/cool-in-culottes-revisiting-vogue-9075/

Vogue dress & jumpsuit 9075

This wasn’t the quickest, but it was worth it! I feel like this garment will last, and it is so comfortable. After reading other reviews, I added 1” at the waist to give a bit more room at the crotch. Maybe there was a better way to do that, but I was trying to keep things simple. The light cotton denim really moves on those big pant legs, and the lined bodice was worth the hand sewing. I didn’t have enough fabric to make sleeves, but next time I will. Highly recommended!