BROOKLYN Jumpsuit - Baby 6M-4Y - PDF Sewing Pattern

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Paper Sewing Pattern

Unisex baby PDF Sewing Pattern & Guidebook

Sewing pattern for an unisex baby jumpsuit. 
Loose and straight fit, low shoulders and low crotch. 
Shirt style yoke. 
Partial front buttoning. 
Optional inseam opening. 
Carpenter style pockets (rounded or not). 
Optional chest pocket. 
Optional waist casing. 
Without collar, simple collar or ruffle option. 
Optional ruffle at the pocket entrance. 
The unisex jumpsuit borrowed from the workwear wardrobe.

Sewing level: intermediate 

What you will practice with this sewing pattern: how to assemble a lined yoke, how to assemble a partial butonning, how to sew a classic collar or a ruffle collar, how to sew an outer casing.

A video is available in free access on the site including the complete assembly of the jumpsuit (all the options).


Age range: 6, 12, 18, 24 months, 3, 4 years

Material suggestions:

  • woven: denim, chambray, corduroy, linen, twill, flannel, seersucker
  • knits: French terry, light fleece

PDF files: 

  • 16 pages tutorial (bilingual French / English)
  • PDF pattern A4 or US letter format: 14 pages from 6 to 18 months, 19 pages from 2 to 4 years (1 file per size + 1 multi-size file)
  • PDF pattern A0 format: 1 page
  • PDF pattern file for projection
See all information on the files available in PDF in the footer tab "delivery".

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Denise B.
Brooklyn Baby Flight Suit

I had a little trouble with the instructions but the pattern sewed up beautifully using woven cotton. The optional collar, pockets, and elastic waist provided the perfect template to make a mini flight suit.

Niamh McCabe
Very happy

I'd never used a PDF sewing pattern before, the instructions were very clear (although my printer printed the pattern slightly differently each time I printed it). The guidebook is very well-written and the video tutorial is absolutely excellent. I thoroughly recommend

Excellent boiler suit pattern!

First, let me say I learn so much with this pattern. I’m a fairly experienced sore, but have never used snap tape or a collar so I thought making a baby suit will be the best way to do that. My grandson looks adorable like he could be working on the Railroad, I had no issues with the instructions in the pattern fit wonderfully. My only complaint would be the US does not use the metric system, and I spent a lot of time converting millimeters to inches.

Nancy J. Konopka
Enjoyed this sewing project

The printed PDF was easy to assemble. The 2T sewed up true to size. I was very pleased about that because I have made other toddler outfits from other companies and this is not always the case. There seems to be plenty of room for a diaper- even a cloth one with a cushy cover. The pattern allows for many style options, all of which are simple additions to the basic pattern. I made my first one from a light-weight terry knit but I am certain that woven fabric would work just as well. The written directions are easy to follow for the most part. There are a few complex steps that might challenge a beginner however the video tutorial should solve that.

Fabric and trims:

Age 6M 12M 18M 24M 3Y 4Y
Height en cm 67 74 81 86 98 104
Fabric in 140cm basic version 70 80 85 95 120 125

+ collar, ruffles, casing, inseam opening

85 100 110 115 135 145
Buttons 11mm front opening 5 5 5 5 5 5
inseam opening 7 7 7 9 9 11
  • buttons 11mm wide (front butonning and inseam opening)
  • thin fusible interfacing
  • optional: 1m of string for the casing
Fabric consumption can be reduced if you cut some pieces (inside yoke, neckline band, pocket facing, lower collar) into a lining fabric.

What you will receive with this sewing pattern :

    • A PDF file for each size to print at home in A4 or US letter format (sizes 6, 12, 18 months : 14pages, sizes 2, 3, 4 years: 19 pages).
    • A PDF file for all sizes together to print at home in A4 or us letter format (6 months to 4 years) 19 pages.
    • A PDF file for all sizes together to print in a specialized store in A0 format (6 months to 4 years) 1 page
    • A PDF file for projection
    • A PDF file for the guidebook with all detailed steps in bilingual version (English/French)
    You receive an email with the download links right after payment. Download, print and start creating your own garments! For more info on how to use the digital sewing patterns created by Ikatee, please check our instructions.