Autumn is coming, and this back-to-school jumper brings to mind the smell of burning fall leaves and crisp apples. This classic jumper and blouse comes in two variations.
View A jumper has a square neckline and the bodice is fully lined with a contrasting lining. The blouse has a peter pan collar with a front tab and long sleeves. The jumper is tailored with a box pleat.
View B has a V-neckline and a lined bodice. The blouse has a puff sleeve with a cuff, and a peter pan collar. The jumper has an inverted pleat in the center. Both jumpers have a waistband that is cut on the bias for a perfect fit.
Also included in this PDF pattern are instructions for a school bag, which is edged with coordinating piping and completely lined. The bag closes with hook and loop tape or a snap, and has a button embellishment.
Recommended Fabrics: Wool or wool blends, Corduroy, Medium Weight Woven Cotton - not suitable for knits
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 40 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Sew!
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Was excellent, but in my personal opinion I prefer to have the pattern like always was, not by computer.Decades ago when we bought some pattern when we finish the project, we donate, gift o put in the trash the pattern that we paid for that.For computer despite that we paid for that and used my own ink are restringered to the copywrite. My question is: if I paid for that why I can not to share it with my friends, families etc.,without violate any rules. I don't like this, I prefer the pattern that it was decades ago, because when I finish the project I can to do wherever I wish with it.
I was asked by St. Pious in Erlanger Ky. to make two school uniforms for 18" dolls that they are auctioning off at their festival. I looked everywhere for a pattern that was similar to the uniform my granddaughter wore. I found this pattern. I loved the blouse and the skirt part of the uniform. I did have to refigure the bodice because my granddaughters uniform was open on the sides to the belt area. Thankfully I was able to figure it out using the bodice pattern by redrawing it to eliminate the sides. After adding to the bodice to the skirt, I had the opening on one of the sides of the skirt on the left just like the real uniforms. One of my favorite parts of this pattern is the school bag. It was the perfect addition to the outfits I made along with a scrunchie with bow. I ended up making three uniform sets so the my granddaughter could have one too. I wish I could post a picture of the finished outfit.
A friend wanted me to make a uniform for a doll to match her daughter's school uniform. She gave me one of her daughter's uniforms for the material. This pattern is almost identical. Directions could be made more clear for a "beginner sewer".
Unfortunately haven't got round to using it yet but have read the instructions and they are nice and easy to follow can't wait to use the fabric in my stash to make these lovely things, I've got some ditsy tartan for the pinafore and some very fine white calico for the blouse