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Zadie Jumpsuit Kit

A stylish and super comfortable jumpsuit for relaxing summer days and nights, July's Sewing Society Kit contains everything you need to make the popular, on trend Paper Theory Zadie Jumpsuit.

The Zadie Jumpsuit is a relaxed and easy to wear one piece with a loose fit and interesting wrap design detail. It wraps around the body and fastens with a tie so there is no need for buttons or a zip - making it quick and to easy sew, and quick and easy to get on and off - yay!

Choose between a short sleeved drop shoulder length, or add on a 3/4 length sleeve for more arm coverage. The legs are cut wide and are designed to skim above the ankle, but the pattern can easily be shortened or lengthened to make a fun summery playsuit shorts version, or a more dressier full leg length.

With deep slant pockets on the front and small pleats at the waist on the front and back, this jumpsuit is practical as well as stylish.

We have chosen 3 fabrics for this kit.

The Rosella Pebble Spot Viscose fabric comes in two colour-ways: Teal and Rust. This fabric is 97% viscose and 3% elastane, woven in a twill weave, which gives it a more luxurious weighty feel. Still classed as a woven fabric, but with the perfect amount of give/stretch for extra comfort when wearing this jumpsuit.

The Navy Sorona Linen fabric is made up of 45% linen, 22% Viscose, 18% Sorona and 15% Cotton. Sorona is unique in that the fibre offers excellent stretch and recovery without the need for spandex or elastane. It is more resistant to creases, exceptionally soft, lightweight, breathable, fast-drying and UV & chlorine resistant. The overall finish on this fabric is still textured like 100% linen, but more subtly as it’s mixed with other fibres. It is also more tightly woven, but still feels more lightweight than our enzyme washed linen. As it contains some viscose fibres, it means the fabric is more fluid and drapes more.

This kit comes in size range UK 6-28.

Bust 31.5" - 56", Hip 34" - 57.5" and Waist 24" - 47.5".

  • The PDF digital file for the Paper Theory Zadie Jumpsuit pattern - The link to the PDF instruction booklet and A0 PDF file will be contained in your order confirmation email and are available to access when logged into the g&g website.
  • A0 print out of the Paper Theory Zadie Jumpsuit for all size options
  • Main fabric (as described above) - there will be enough fabric to make any size and variation of the pattern.
  • 1 reel of matching Gutermann sew all thread
  • Prym Sewing Machine needles
  • 1 pack of Prym Forming Tape Interfacing
  • Sew in woven label - ‘Me Made’
  • If you would like a printed copy of the instructions sent out with your kit, in addition to the PDF copy that you will receive, please see the related products below and add it to your cart as a separate product.

Alongside the purchase of this kit you will receive access to Lauren's exclusive YouTube video to be used alongside the pattern instructions.

She shares her hints and tips for helping you get a great finish on your project including tips on altering the pattern, using forming tape interfacing to stabilise the neckline, sewing the pleats, getting the pleats and pockets all lined up, an alternative way to sew the binding onto the neckline and much, much more.

The video has over 25 minutes of footage, sectioned out with time stamps/chapters for easy reference and navigation.

The link to the video will be contained in your order confirmation email along with the pdf files, please please file this safely for future reference. You can also access the video links and PDF files when logged into the website.

This pattern is aimed at advanced beginner sewers. Construction is simple but it is recommended that you carefully consider the size you make, taking into consideration the finished garment measurements as well as crotch depth to get a fit and finish you are happy with. This may involve making a toile or practise version first.

To complete this project successfully you'll need a regular sewing machine along with Lauren's essential recommended sewing tools.

An Overlocker is useful for finishing off the seam allowances, but is not essential, the garment can easily be made completely on a regular sewing.

If you would like a printed copy of the instructions sent out with your kit, in addition to the PDF copy that you will receive, please see the related products below and add it to your cart as a separate product.

Your kit will be wrapped in tissue and beautifully presented in recyclable packaging.

We will aim to dispatch all kits as soon as possible after orders are placed, and we aim to have all kits shipped out by Friday 22nd July.

If you order additional items along with your kit, your order will still dispatched within the shipping time frame outlined above, but may be closer towards the end of this time frame due to logistics.

As Sewing Society kits are processed and shipped from a different location to the shop, we are unable to group together kit orders with past or subsequent orders or combine orders retrospectively. Please click here for the full g&g Sewing Society shipping terms.

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