Partner overalls sewing pattern
The Partner overalls are inspired by workwear like carpenter pants and gardening overalls. They are straight-legged with an adjustable cinch tie at the waist. The pattern has four patch pockets, including a large pocket that wraps around the back. The hem is drafted to be full length, but looks stylish when rolled above the ankle as well. These overalls are practical, comfortable and designed to last. The pattern’s ease at the waist allows it to be put on without any buttons, buttonholes or zippers. The drafting for range 1 and 2 is different, the overalls for range 2 (46-58) require a chest dart and two front waist darts as well as a slightly rounder center front to accommodate a larger midsection.
Optional: Sew the overalls with elastic at the bottom of the strap for added comfort and so you can move more freely.
The overalls are photographed with the Jazz top, Jeanne boydriend T and Primo basic T.
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Waist: 27 cm
Full hips : 2,5 cm
Bottom-weight woven fabrics: denim, twill, canvas, gabardine, moleskin, medium weight linen.
For range 2, we recommand a fabric with 3% to 6% of elastane.
Medium-weight woven fabric for lining: shirting, chambray or cotton poplin.
32 - 46 : outer fabric 300 x 140 cm - facing 55 x 140 cm
46 - 58 : outer fabric 380 x 140 cm - facing 115 x 140 cm
- Drawstring cord 5 mm (3/16") diameter
- 2 metal eyelets 5 mm (3/16") internal diameter
- One pair of 4 cm (1.5”) overall buckles & buttons
- One pair of 4 cm (1.5”) adjustable sliders
- 16 cm (6 5/16") of 4 cm (1.5”) wide elastic
- 2 cord ends
- 1 x Matching thread
- 1 x Contrasting thread
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- Print at home pattern (A4-LETTER)
- A0/wide copyshop file
- Instruction booklet (French-English-Spanish)
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