Vogue Dress and Jumpsuit V9075

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The Vogue V9075 dress and jumpsuit sewing pattern is perfect for an advanced beginner

dressmaker. Both the Dress and jumpsuit have close-fitting, lined bodices with princess seams, side pockets, stitched hem and back zippers. B: wide-legged, pleated pants.

FABRICS: Lightweight Denim, Crepe, Jersey, Linen Blends.
*With Nap. **Without Nap.
Unsuitable for obvious diagonals.
NOTIONS: One 22″ Zipper and Hook & Eye.
Combinations: A5(6-8-10-12-14), E5(14-16-18-20-22)

This sewing pattern is available in PAPER format only.

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Additional information


Rayon / Viscose / Crepe, Denim / Corduroy, Jersey / Knits / Scuba, Linen


6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22

Sewing level


Make time

One to two days

Pattern format

PAPER A5 (6 – 14), PAPER E5 (14 – 22)

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    4 out of 5 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/

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    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!

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    Vogue dress & jumpsuit 9075


    For the first time in years I made something from a pattern and this was the first one I used. It was super easy, the instructions were very clear and the fit was perfect. It’s currently my favourite jumpsuit I own…

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