Sew House Seven Burnside Bib

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The Burnside Bibs are not your traditional work overalls. Yes they are comfortable and easy to wear, yet they are much more stylish and feminine than traditional versions. The straps that transition to narrower ties offer many options for how they can be tied. so many sewing patterns, we as sewists are able to influence how casual or dressed up they become simply by fabric choice. Choose a fabric with some drape such as Tencel and pair them with a silk blouse and some heels for a dressed up look. Use a more traditional denim or linen and wear them with a tee shirt, sneakers or clogs and take a more casual approach.

The Burnside Bibs have two front bib options - a scooped neck or the traditional straight front. Both bibs work with either version #1 or version #2. Version #1 is a more fitted back pant with back waist darts and an invisible side zipper opening, however, the ties still form a small amount of gathers at the back waist. Version #2 is a looser back pant that slips on over your hips and does not have a closure to sew. This version is fuller and more gathered in the back. Use your hip measurement to determine your size for version #2.

Sewing Level Intermediate

Size Range 00 - 20

Fabric Requirements
Allow extra fabric if matching stripes or plaids or using border prints.
44″ (112 cm) wide fabric: 3 3/8 – 4 1/8 yd (3 – 3.8 m
54″ – 60″ (147 cm) wide fabric: 2 1/2 – 3 1/2 yd (2.3 – 2.75 m)

Full length
44″ (112 cm) wide fabric: 3 5/8 – 4 1/4 yd (3.3 – 3.9 m)
54″ – 60″ (147 cm) wide fabric: 2 3/4 – 3 5/8 yd (2.5 – 3.3 m)

Lightweight fusible interfacing
Version 1: 7″ – 9″ (18 cm – 23 cm) invisible zipper (sizes 00 – 20) OR 12″ (30 cm) invisible zipper (sizes 18 – 34).

For inspiration, visit @sewhouse7 and #burnsidebibs! There's also a Burnside Bibs Sew-Along for additional pattern guidance.

Please note all patterns are physical paper patterns. Opened/used patterns are final sale.

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