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Happy Saturday! Just like the scuba dress from a few weeks ago, I wanted to give you guys a sneak peek of some PDF printable patterns I’ll be releasing in the next few months. This one is the most unbelievably comfortable, DIY jumpsuit with 70’s flair! It’s honestly just as comfortable as my pajama sets…. but it’s socially acceptable to wear in public! haha.

How to make a knit 70s jumpsuit with palazzo pants

There’s something about the 70’s style that makes my soul happy. I love the bold prints, flowing fabrics, feathered hairstyles, natural makeup and bold jewelry. While you could make this jumpsuit in whatever fabric you like, I absolutely loved the loud tie-dye print of this knit.

How to make a knit 70s jumpsuit

Some design details in this sewing pattern……

The palazzo pants for this PDF pattern feature front and back pleats and two front pockets with a stretch, knit waistband that compliments your waist, but is still super comfortable. The wrap top has the easiest dolman sleeves and built-in facing so it’s extra simple to put together.

How to make a knit jumpsuit

Right now I’m still working out the best method to give you guys the patterns I’m creating. So while I am in the creative process, please shoot me an email at Lisa@CreativeFashionBlog.com or leave a comment below so I know what kind of designs you’re most excited to see and how I can make this an even easier, less intimidating project for you.

How to make a summer knit 70s jumpsuit with palazzo pants and wrap top

Until I’m 100% ready to release these PDF designs, I’ll keep posting consistent refashion tutorials for you HERE and new DIY clothes HERE so you can still keep updating your closet before the pattern product launch. Even afterwards, I think I’ll always keep posting fashion DIY’s. I just can’t imagine doing anything else right now.

summer outfit idea. How to make a knit 70s jumpsuit with palazzo pants and wrap top

This all leads me back to my original question and reason for sharing this future project with you today. What do you think? Do you want to see more dresses? Tops? Bags? Other accessories? I genuinely love hearing everybody’s feedback and want to create projects you guys are going to love!

Anyways, I hope you area having an incredible weekend! I’m off to work out the details and get these printables all ready for the launch in a few weeks!

How to make a knit 70's jumpsuit

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