A stylish jersey jumpsuit sewing pattern, our Nasima Jumpsuit is suitable for a Confident Beginner.
Need a helping hand? Extra help can be found in our LIVE Sewalongs for Nasima (part 1 and part 2) over on our YouTube channel.
Sizing & Fabric Requirements
The Nasima Jumpsuit sewing pattern is sized between UK sizes 6-30. The pattern is split into two different blocks: sizes 6-20 (B Cup), and sizes 18-30 (D Cup). See the chart for details on fabric requirements. Like all our patterns, the sizes are nested to make it easier to grade between the sizes, depending on your measurements.
We recommend using light to medium weight knit fabrics to make this jersey jumpsuit, such as cotton, bamboo and viscose jerseys or cotton/poly/spandex blends.
You’ll also need 5 x 8mm buttons or 4 12-15mm buttons, a small press stud, some seam tape interfacing and some knit interfacing, as well as some 8mm-10mm wide elastic for the waist.
What will I receive?
The downloadable pattern file contains:
- printable pattern (in both tiled print-at-home and copyshop format) in all sizes
- fully-illustrated printable instruction booklet
- imperial/metric conversion size chart
The Nasima Jumpsuit pattern is either 35 A4, 33 US letter pages, or 2 A0 copyshop page (sizes 6-20), or 44 A4/US letter pages, or 3 A0 copyshop page (size 18-30).
If you purchase the PDF Pattern + Copyshop Printing option, you will also receive your pattern printed on A0 paper in the post. Find out more about our PDF Printing Service here.
So what is a PDF pattern?
A PDF pattern is a downloadable pattern that you print yourself at home on A4 or US letter paper. Alternatively you can choose to have the copyshop files printed on large A0 paper, and posted to you at home. If you’re using the A4 or US letter options, simply download, print at home, tape together and let the sewing begin! When you print the pattern, print at 100% (you might have to uncheck the scale box). Print page 1 first, the square should measure 10cm x 10cm.
Never used a PDF pattern before and would like some help? Learn everything you need to know in our handy Guide to Assembling PDF Patterns over on our blog!