My Handmade Wardrobe
My Handmade Wardrobe Cosy Jersey Dress and Tunic PDF Pattern
Imagine waking up and choosing a unique garment from a wardrobe full of your own creations. With My Handmade Wardrobe Patterns, you can create comfortable and stylish everyday essentials to get you excited about getting dressed every single day!
With the Cosy Jersey Tunic and Dress pattern you can wrap yourself up in stretchy handmade-ness - This dress is like a hug that keeps giving all day!
Make the dress version in viscose jersey for a soft and slinky cover up smart enough for the office, comfy enough for after-work drinks/sofa veg-out!
Or make the tunic length with sleeves in snuggly brushed-back sweat for weekend warmth
For ultimate comfort, pair with the Action Pack leggings!
When you purchase a PDF download from us you will receive a zipped file containing:
- A tiled PDF pattern which can be printed at home on A4 paper
- A0 copy shop version
- Printable instructions with super-simple instructions and step by step photo guides
- PDF printing and sticking guide
The Cosy Jersey Dress is also available in a printed paper format.
Check out the My Handmade Wardrobe Patterns Blog for lots of advice and ideas for how to get the most out of our patterns!
Why not take a look at our great range of jersey fabrics for this pattern.
Beginners- Cotton elastane, interlock jersey, ponti roma, french terry work well for the dress version. Or try a snuggly brushed back sweat or ﬂeece for the tunic.
Improvers- viscose jersey, stripes or repeat prints
- Tunic with long sleeves - 3.3m of 110cm/45" fabric, 1.9m of 150cm/60" fabric
- Dress with Short Sleeves - 3.6m of 110cm/45" fabric, 2.3m of 150cm/60" fabric
- PLUS 40cm of any width fabric for the facings and pockets
Sharp fabric scissors, ballpoint jersey needle, sewing machine with a stretch stitch or narrow zigzag stitch, sharp pins, basic sewing tools, Useful: Pattern weights, overlocker, coverstitch machine
It is vitally important, when sewing your own clothes, to take accurate measurements of your body, and not rely on the sizing you expect to buy on the high street. For this pattern we have opted to use sizing XS-XXL, which approximately covers UK sizes 8-24. Measure yourself first to choose the right size for you!
Finished Garment Measurements