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THE V9075 Jumpsuit

THE V9075 Jumpsuit

V9075 View BNear the end of the Winter season, Vogue’s new Spring Pattern Collection was introduced and it seemed like everyone in the sewing community was RAVING over the new jumpsuit pattern, myself included.

Everything about this pattern says sophistication and class, but what makes it so appealing is the wide leg pants!  There’s nothing more comfortable than wide legged pants!  This pattern also has a dress alternative, which is just as cute and will probably be my next make… for myself 🙂

Oh wait, I almost forgot to mention the BEST part about this pattern.  POCKETS!  Gets me every time! 🙂

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Pattern Review

Pattern Used:  V9075, View B, I cut size 12

Alterations Made:

  • Added 1.5 in to the length of the bodice
  • Removed the lining from the bodice
  • Basted the tops of the pleats only, not down the pleats (as instructed)
  • Rolled hems on neckline, sleeves and pants

Does it look like the photo on the envelope?  Yes.

Were the instructions easy to follow?  Yes.

What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?  The instructions are very easy to follow.  I really like the fitted bodice and of course the wide leg pants.  However, I wish there were different options for the neckline.

Would you recommend it to others?  Yep!  This is a very popular pattern and it doesn’t require much experience to master it.

Conclusion:  I love it!  I love everything about it! 🙂

Is there a project that you’ve been putting off?  We’ve passed the mid-year point and the Fall season is right around the corner.  (Where has the time gone??)  Do you have that ONE thing you want to make before it’s time to bundle back up again?

I’d love to hear from you!  What’s been piling up on your To-Do List that you’ve been dying to get done?!

Until Next Time,





  1. NaturalDane
    July 8, 2015 / 11:58 AM

    Super cute, i love wide legged pants too!

    • afashionaddict
      July 10, 2015 / 11:18 AM

      Thank you so much, @natuaraldane!

  2. Christine
    July 10, 2015 / 11:10 AM

    Being a smaller framed gal, will really big wide leg pants look ‘ok’ on me? Loving this jumpsuit…and color!!!!!

    • afashionaddict
      July 10, 2015 / 11:16 AM

      Thanks, Christine!

      The good thing is, these patterns are scalable to fit anyone’s size! I think this would look great on smaller frames. You can shorten the length and take in the legs 🙂

  3. Kenya
    January 21, 2016 / 5:58 PM

    Love this! Where did you get that beautiful fabric? Love the color! Is it a double knit?

    • afashionaddict
      January 21, 2016 / 6:04 PM

      Thank you, Kenya! I really appreciate you stopping by and leaving your thoughts! 🙂

      I ordered this fabric from Fabric Mart Fabrics. This is a crepe, possibly found in the ‘suitings’ section (?).

  4. Maria Tod
    August 4, 2016 / 3:08 AM

    hello, how am i suppose to understand the pattern size? i’ve been measuring myself and it leads me to a size 12,… and i wear size S in youth sizes. i made bodice sample and it huge!!!

    • afashionaddict
      August 4, 2016 / 10:26 PM

      Hi Maria!

      If you’re currently wearing youth sizes in RTW (ready to wear clothes), I would suggest you look into the youth sewing patterns OR I would suggest (more likely depending on your age), copying something in your closet that fits for your bodice.

      To do this, you’ll need to create your own pattern, or lay a tank top that fits you on top of your fabric (cut one on the fold for your front piece and the back of the tank you’ll want to cut 2 separate pieces, still laying your tank on top of the fabric.

      To create the bottom, you’ll use your personal measurements to draft the pants/skirt bottom.

      Copying RTW is really easy! Just remember to add in at least 1/2 in seam allowance to all of your edges.

      I hope this helps 🙂

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