Pattern Sewing zero fall combination Sage - PDF


The Sage jumpsuit delicately accentuates the décolleté, a summer delight in the heat.

The sheath neckline is finished with an enforme that falls below the bust to avoid transparency.

The straps are fastened with metal buckles, but you can let your creativity express itself by choosing a round buckle, making a loop out of pearls, ribbon, fabric scraps or any other material of your choice.

This flowing jumpsuit features side seam pockets.

You can choose to sew the jumpsuit without pockets. For the version with pockets, you'll need 4 small scraps of fabric to match the jumpsuit fabric, visible at the pocket entrance.

This jumpsuit has been designed with zero waste in mind: the overall pattern forms a rectangle = zero cutting waste.

Language information:

This pattern is available in English and French.

Advanced level:
Person who can :
Make all types of garments, who is comfortable sewing and has been sewing for several years, and knows the techniques and technical terms of sewing.
sew with fluid, elastic materials...
set up a sewing machine and own a serger.
draw up a pattern with the help of a dimensioned reduced-size diagram.

Available sizes:
(see size guide in photo)

The digital file contains:

Printing instructions
A pattern tracing guide in the form of a reduced-size side diagram (measurements in cm)
Four 100% scale pattern extracts to reproduce curves.
A scaled-down diagram for positioning and cutting the garment.
A detailed step-by-step garment assembly guide with diagrams.
The total document comprises 18 pages to be printed in A4 format (follow printing instructions).
Sewing values are included in the pattern.
When you buy this product, you receive a reduced-size pattern to reproduce yourself.

Photo details:
Sauge jumpsuit size C: oeko-tex certified square fabric (100% tencel, 190 gr/m2)



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Fabric selection tip:
Many fabrics are suitable for this combination: use a fluid fabric or a cotton fabric.

Twill 100% tencel, linen, crepe (tencel, viscose, cotton...), double cotton gauze, poplin, cotton voile...

Weight: 150 g/m2 minimum.

Not suitable for elastic fabric.

Please note: Possibility of using patterned fabric, the combination is cut crosswise, use a pattern without direction.

Ecological fabric tip:

100% tencel fabric

Fabric consumption:

Consumption indicated with a 30 cm safety margin.

For a straight cut, reverse the two figures.

Size A: 160 cm in 140 cm width
Size B: 170 cm in 140 cm width
Size C: 175 cm in 140 cm width
Size D: 185 cm in 140 cm width

To cut the pockets, use scraps matching the main fabric (= 2 scraps of fabric 50 cm X 16.5 cm).


Thread to match fabric for piecing and overthreading.
4 loops: free form (you can use a ribbon, a pearl ring, a round loop....
Straight 1cm wide iron-on thread: approx. 240 cm

Recommended tools:

Personal printer to print the digital PDF file
Sewing machine, iron.
Overcasting machine: if you don't have one, you can replace overcasting with a zig-zag or decorative stitch with your sewing machine.
1m ruler, square, scissors, tape measure, pins, chalk or erasable pen...
Fabric (used sheet, paper...) for tracing the pattern. Possibility of tracing the pattern directly on the reverse side of the fabric using an erasable pencil.

Adult size
30 / 2 / XXXS
32 / 4 / XXS
34 / 6 / XS
36 / 8 / S
38 / 10 / M
40 / 12 / L
42 / 14 / XL
44 / 16 / XXL
Patterns of
Combinaisons et Combishorts
Pattern type
File content
A4 pattern file
PDF Tutorial
Seam allowances
Fabrics quantity
Between 1m and 2m
Time required
Entre 5h et 6h
Suitable fabric type
Gaze de coton
Unit of measure
Pattern option
Pieces do not overlap
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