Sew the Nina Jumpsuit
Intermediate | 51 min
If you're looking for one garment to make that you can wear all year, the Nina Jumpsuit is the perfect transition piece through the seasons, depending on what you wear underneath and how you style it. Fashion and sewing influencer Tabitha Sewer will teach you how to sew this comfy, wide-legged jumpsuit with criss-cross straps, side pockets, and midi-length legs. It's loose-fitting, casual, and easy to throw on and still look stylish. Add a new favorite piece to your wardrobe and add some amazing new skills to your sewing knowledge, such as making your own bias tape and sewing buttonholes and buttons with your sewing machine.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Approx. 3 yards medium-weight woven fabric such as chambray, linen, cotton sateen, cotton twill, poplin, denim, or cordoroy. Tabitha is using rayon linen. Check the class PDF for yardage for your size
  • Sewing machine and coordinating thread
  • Pins
  • Invisible zipper (7"-9")
  • A ball of yarn or string
  • Scissors
  • Buttonhole cutter and a cutting mat
  • Button hole foot
  • Button spacer
  • Toothpick or skewer
  • 2 buttons - Tabitha is using .81" inch buttons
  • Open toe presser foot
  • Pinking shears or serger
  • Medium weight iron-on interfacing
  • Ruler
  • Fabric marking tool
  • Seam ripper
Learn how to:
  • Sew a wide-legged jumpsuit with criss-cross straps
  • Install an invisible zipper
  • Create buttonholes and sew on buttons with a sewing machine
  • Make your own bias tape for neat edges

What you'll get:
  • Easy-to-follow video lessons on how to sew a casual jumpsuit with criss-cross shoulder straps
  • 6 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supply list and PDF pattern
  • Step-by-step instructions by fashion and sewing influencer Tabitha Sewer
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
Class PDF
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Class Reviews
70 users recommended this class to a friend
Kristy Aeschbocker
Very nice presentation, as always. Thank you for your guidance.
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Evas Mends
Interesting and educative.
More than 3 months ago
Angela Hart
Mrs. Sewer has done it again. She's a great instructor. I miss her on You Tube. I love the tip with the wooden stick for the buttons.
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