How to DIY a Cozy Overall Jumpsuit

The Designerquipo
by The Designerquipo
7 Materials
3 Hours

If you have been wanting a really comfy overalls jumpsuit, then you’re in the right place! In this tutorial I will give you the jumpsuit overalls pattern and show you how to make these DIY overalls.

What makes this overalls jumpsuit so comfy and so easy to make? There is no waist band or elastic at the waist. It’s just a simple, loose jumpsuit that you’ll want to live in!

Tools and materials:

  • Pattern paper
  • Fabric
  • Tape measure
  • Scissors
  • Sewing pins
  • Thread
  • Sewing machine
jumpsuit overalls pattern

1. Cut out the pattern

The image above shows the whole pattern I created for the overalls jumpsuit. Adjust your pattern to suit your measurements and cut out the pattern pieces.

Cutting out the fabric

2. Cut out the fabric

Cut two front pieces, two back pieces, and four pocket pieces from your fabric. 

Tie pieces

Also cut four tie pieces.

Interfacing pieces

And cut 2 interfacing pieces on the fold of the fabric (1 of each interfacing shape.)

Sewing the crotch seams

3. Sew the crotch seams

With right sides facing, sew the front pieces together at the crotch seams.

Do the same for the back pieces.

Sewing the pockets

4. Sew in the pockets

Mark the position of the pockets along your side seam edges and lay your pockets in place on the wrong side of your fabric.

Pinned fabric

Pin and sew one pocket piece to each side of the front and back pieces.

Sewing the side seams

5. Sew the side seams

With right sides facing, sew both side seams, starting at the top, going around the outside of the pocket and continuing to the bottom.

Sewing the inseam

6. Sew the inseam

Sew the inseam of the jumpsuit from the bottom of one leg, up to the crotch and down the other side.

Sewing the ties

7. Sew the ties

Fold each tie piece in half widthwise, with the right-side facing in.

Sew along the long open edge.


Turn all your ties right-side-out.

Attaching interfacing

8. Attach interfacing

Sew the interfacing pieces together along the short edges, and then pin the whole ring of interfacing to the inside of the top of the jumpsuit. 

Pin the ties in place, sandwiching them between the main fabric and the facing. 

Stitching edge of facing

Stitch along the edge of the facing, catching the ties as you sew.

Completed DIY overall jumpsuit

DIY overall jumpsuit

Here is my final comfy overalls jumpsuit. I used a soft cotton fleece for this, which makes it even more cozy to wear! 

I hope you make your own DIY jumpsuit and leave a comment to let me know how it turned out.

Suggested materials:
  • Pattern paper
  • Fabric
  • Tape measure
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