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Jumpsuit Sew-Along / McCall’s 7910

Do you have your pattern and fabric? Are you ready for a sew-along? Thank you for helping me to decide which bodice view to use for our jumpsuit sew-along / McCall’s 7910.

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I’ve had so much FUN with this jumpsuit pattern and couldn’t move on without giving you a sew-along. Enjoy the video below and please let me know what you think. I love to read your feedback.



Jumpsuit Sew-Along / McCall's 7910

The first jumpsuit I made with this pattern was this cute striped look. While the fabric gave me the blues, because the print was inconsistent, I still worked it out and rocked the jumpsuit twice already. Did you miss the blog post for this jumpsuit? You can still see it HERE.

Jumpsuite #2

Jumpsuit Sew-Along / McCall's 7910

This second jumpsuit is the one that set if OFF!!! OooWee!!! I was feeling myself in all this pink goodness. This time I used a soft jersey type knit, which was cute but very stretchy. I lined the entire jumpsuit. This is my favorite of the bunch because of the versatility and color. When I dressed it up with the hat, I was ready. Just didn’t have anywhere to go! Hahaha!!! If you missed the post about this jumpsuit, you can see it HERE.

Jumpsuit #3

Jumpsuit Sew-Along / McCall's 7910

The third jumpsuit look was created to wear to a 40th Birthday Party. This one took on a life of its own. When I finished it, I wasn’t that thrilled because I thought it needed something more. When I saw that the leftover fabric was a perfect square, I knew exactly what to do. Creating a wrap to wear with this beauty took it up to the 100th degree. Elegance is all she wrote. If you missed all the ways I styled the jumpsuit with this wrap, check it out HERE.

Jumpsuit Sew-Along / McCall’s 7910

Now it’s your turn! Yaaayyy!!! I’ve created the sew-along video for McCall’s 7910, with Bodice # 2 & Pants #6, and it’s available on my YouTube channel right now. I used the same pink fabric that I created the second jumpsuit with. There was so much leftover, and I knew the color would show up well on camera.

Let’s sew together! I would love to see your finished jumpsuit. PLEASE tag me in your social media posts so I can see. I’m serious! I really want to see what you do with this pattern. Tag @anitabydesign


Thanks for stopping by!

Anita Morris

Anita is the Author of STEP Into It, Overcoming Trials That Lead To Purpose. She is also an Online Sewing Instructor for beginner sewists. She is passionate about helping women to step into their purpose by walking in the calling on their lives. She hosts a popular YouTube channel where she helps women to become confident in their sewing skills.

This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. Kay

    Another wonderful sew-along, thank you! Can you please be a bit more specific on the material you used. Can I use a sweater knit? What material did you use for the lining for the pants? Also, I know you used bodice #2 but which number pants did you use? Thank you and have a wonderful evening.

    1. Anita Morris

      Hi Kay! Thank you for watching. Also, thank you for the questions. Yes, you can use a sweater knit. You just need to follow the instructions in the video on choosing a knit with proper amount of stretch. For the lining, you can use a tricot or any lightweight knit that has the same amount of stretch as your fashion fabric. I used bodice #6 for the pants. Wow, looks like I missed sharing some important information. I’ll go include this info in the description box under the video. Thanks for the heads up. This helps for future videos.

  2. car

    Anita! Thank you thank you thank you!!!!! Especially for how you lined the garment!!!! Great video all around, I’m not a jumpsuit gal BUT I’ve been wanting to learn how to line my garments. Your meticulous methods and clear instructions, and the excellent, well-lighted camera work, all the small details show how hard you work for us BIG FANS!!!! I feel confident enough watching you do it that I’m gonna give it a try!! Much love and appreciation!

    1. Anita Morris

      Yaaay, Car!!! Thank you so much for watching and giving me your feedback. Car, I’m really proud of how much my camera work is improving. I’m really learning this thing and excited about it.

  3. Jean

    I don’t ‘think’ I’m a jumpsuit kind of person, but they look amazing on you! I love to see how you style things, plus I just realized…you even changed your lipstick to go with the pink or gorgeous red! I need to up my game (although I don’t wear lipstick so I’m starting ground zero!)

    My son-in-law just informed me he’d like to have sewing “lessons”. I’ve made him two short sleeve shirts that he’s very happy with, and now he’s inspired to try sewing. I’m sending him your “learn to sew” link. You go over everything so well, from fabric selections to pattern reading. Thanks for your humor, beauty and well instructed videos!

    1. Anita Morris

      Hey Jean! Thank you so much for sending your son-in-law to my YouTube channel. That’s AWESOME that he wants to learn sewing.

    2. cat

      Thanks for your response! (^_^)
      Anita, in this project you decided to use the same fabric for the lining. I’m wondering how you arrived at that decision, and what other options are available for this particular fabric — the kind of knit you are using (which is beautiful!) What other fabrics could you suggest to line knit garments like this? Thank you for any insight you can provide.

      1. cat

        whups this got misplaced should have been a reply to Anita’s reply to me! sorry (red-faced emoji)!

  4. Mieca J

    You inspire me! Thanks for sharing these gorgeous looks.

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