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Jennifer Lauren Handmade Farris Jumpsuit & Playsuit SIZES 16-34 PDF (Intermediate)

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 ** PLEASE NOTE: THIS LISTING IS FOR THE CURVE SIZING 16-34. IF YOU REQUIRE THE ORIGINAL SIZING 6-24, PLEASE SEE THE OTHER LISTING. CHECK THEIR SIZE GUIDE TO HELP SELECT THE CORRECT SIZE **

The Details

With its cute grown-on sleeves, gentle V neckline and angled bust darts, Farris oozes confidence and playfulness, as well as a bit of sophistication thrown in for good measure.

Choose the short pant legs to make a fun playsuit/romper, or use the long, wide-legged pants to make the elegant jumpsuit option. Drafted for a height of 170cm/5’7″, the pant falls straight down from the hip, with the short ending mid-thigh and the long leg falling to just above the ground – meaning you can wear flats confidently, knowing you won’t end up dragging the back of your jumpsuit hem on the ground.

Comfort comes first, with Farris sporting a drawstring waistline. Add in all-in-one pockets, and you’ve got the perfect pattern to play around with loud prints, soft colours and everything in between.

Dress Farris up with statement earrings, made in black linen or champagne coloured silk, or keep it cool and casual made in denim or rayon teamed with tennis shoes or ballet flats for the weekend.

Both the jumpsuit and playsuit are perfect for wearing year-round as well! Layer up with long sleeves underneath, and to make your playsuit winter-worthy, pop some colourful tights on underneath and throw a chunky cardigan on top for the perfect transitional garment.

 

Multiple Bust Cups – C to F and Sizing

The Farris Jumpsuit & Playsuit includes both the Original and Curve size ranges. The Curve includes sizes 16 to 34 with C to F cup bodices.

Due to the style of Farris, if your hip size is more than one size bigger than your waist, you should size up in the waist as well, in order to fit the garment over your hips. Any additional waist ease will be cinched in with the drawstring closure.

 

Plus, Extra Finished Garment Measurements included…

If you’re worried about choosing a size, I’ve also included a whole bunch of additional Finished Garment Measurements, from bicep circumference, to in-seam leg and crotch lengths to bodice length etc.

Simply compare these measurements to a similar garment you already like the fit of (or one you know you’d like to alter) and you’ll be surprised at how much of the hard stuff is already done.

  • The Curve pattern also includes two back pant options, Regular and Plus. If you generally find you need more room in the seat of your trousers, the Plus pant includes a higher back rise, a fuller curve over the buttocks and a longer crotch curve. More info is included in the pattern instructions.

 

Skill Level

Farris is designed for confident seamstresses looking to up-skill. Techniques covered include buttonholes, making an enclosed drawstring casing and sewing in bust darts.

I’ve also included bonus instructions for adding in a centre back invisible zip if you have wider/fuller shoulders, and need additional room to release the neckline in order to more easily take off your garment.

 

Fabric Options

Farris is suitable for a wide range of lightweight woven fabrics with some drape.

Rayon, silks, crepes and other slinky fabrics suit Farris perfectly – Tatenda (green spots) is wearing the Curve Playsuit option in rayon.

You can also choose any of your favourite fabrics from cotton lawn, voile and poplin to linen, chambray, denim and suitings, or even a pinwale corduroy (baby cord). I’m wearing the Original Jumpsuit option in a light weight denim.

As you can see in the samples, denim lends a much more structured appearance to the garment, even though it’s a light-weight denim. Where as the rayon has a much smoother, more draped look.

 

 

 ** PLEASE NOTE: THIS LISTING IS FOR THE CURVE SIZING 16-34**