Easy 10 Minute DIY Jumpsuit

8 Materials
$7
10 Minutes
Easy


This tutorial will teach you how to make this simple, ten-minute jumpsuit. It has an elastic neckline to keep it up and always fits right. To make one of your own, stay tuned!

Tools and materials:

  • 1.5 yards stretch fabric
  • Well-fitting jeans
  • Elastic band
  • Pins
  • Scissors
  • Tape measure
  • Tailor’s chalk
  • Sewing machine
Make a DIY jumpsuit

Cut out your fabric

Lay your fabric down flat and then fold it over so the right sides are touching. Fold your jeans in half and lay them over the fabric, along the fold. Your legs should be beside each other and folded to your desired length. Use some tailor’s chalk to trace the outline of the jeans. When you reach the waistband of the jeans, extend the length until your chest. (To find this measurement, measure the length from your waist to your chest and transfer it over to the fabric). Cut out your fabric with a quarter-inch seam allowance. 

Sew a DIY jumpsuit

Build the body

With your first two pieces cut out, use them to cut out two more pieces. You now have a front and back piece for each leg. Place your fabric’s right sides together and pin from the crotch to the top. Sew the pinned areas using a zigzag stitch. Place your two sewn pieces together, right sides together, and pin. Sew using a zigzag stitch. 

How to make a DIY jumpsuit

Attach the elastic 

Measure your chest and then cut your elastic to fit. Sew the short edges together to form a circle. Turn your elastic band over to the wrong side and then pin all around the top edge (the pin on the inside of the jumpsuit, touching the fabric). Make sure to align the side seam of the elastic with the side seam of the jumpsuit. Sew with a zigzag stitch, as close to the edge as possible (from the inside). To finish, topstitch the elastic to help it lay flat. 

How to sew a DIY jumpsuit

To finish the jumpsuit, simply hem the bottoms. Feel free to get creative with the fabrics and even try one with a little pattern. This tutorial is quick, easy, and beginner-friendly. I hope you enjoyed this DIY jumpsuit tutorial and will give it a try on your own! 

Suggested materials:
  • 1.5 yards stretch fabric
  • Jeans
  • Elastic band
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