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Looking for School Uniform Pattern

Lizzyh | Posted in General Discussion on

Hi – does anyone know where I can find a pattern for a v-neck jumper school uniform? I would love to be able to sew my own and save some money. Thanks!



  1. mimi | | #1

    LizH:  I saw an jumper pattern at Grainline Gear (#1519) in a misses sized XXS-XXL.  It was on the Wachter's Silk site.  It was a straight jumper with a veeneck and buttons down the front.  Would that work?


  2. Lizothelake | | #2


    Try looking for such a pattern in places like Thrift SStores; Salvation Army/St V de Paul etc; often they have tons of older patterns at 10c or 25c apiece.

    Otherwise search on one of the "Vintage Pattern" sellers sites.

    Last of all, remember those "Golden Hands" magazines/books from way back when, they included patterns in the bound versions and will have one since they were fashionable still 'way back when'.

    Hope this helps,

    Liz O'the Lake

    1. sarahkayla | | #3

      I would buy a uniform an then use it as a pattern. my son is very skinny - i couldn't find uniform pants in his size...so I just made him blue twill pants with an elastic waist and lots of pockets...he even made a few of them with me...deciding on design details (in seam plaid pockets...1/2 elastic pants)


      a jumper for a girl should be pretty easy to draft from an existing one.




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