Biker coverall 110-170 PDF Pattern & tutorial


Sewing pattern on the nicest jumpsuit that leads to many looks and compliments! 🙂


The wait is over, finally you have new, larger sizes for the kids!
What separates this pattern from the old one, is that this features two back pieces instead of just one + a gusset. This is to improve mobility for the older childrens movements.
And, we have added side seam pockets!


  • PDF file including all pattern pieces. 46 pages, printable on A4 or Letter sized paper.
    Pattern pieces: Right front, Left front, Back piece, Sleeve, Sleeve cuff, Leg cuff, Collar/Placket, Pocket.
  • PDF File containing sewing instructions with step-by-step photos and descriptions, 30 pages.
    One file in Swedish and one in English.
  • The instructions also include information about fabric requirements and zipper lengths for each size.

110-170 (Measurements in centimetres and conversion chart to inches are included).

For kids 43-67″ tall/3y-16y

French terry with about 50% stretch.
Jersey with the same stretch amount works as well.


With a smart solution, the collar narrows down and follows the zipper all the way down to the crotch, also acting protection from the zipper.
The zipper is sewn together with the zipper protection (placket).

Unlike the first version for smaller children, this tutorial includes instructions for how to finish the collar without a raw edge on the wrong side of it. This is slightly harder, but you may still make it the old way if you’d prefer (and vice versa, sewing the old pattern the new way).
You may always find tutorials on our website, below “Tutorials” in the main menu. Note that you need to be logged in in order to view all tutorials.

You can sew with a regular household machine, and/or use an overlock/serger and coverstitch.

French terry
Ribb fabric
Zipper, with closed end or cut-to-measure
Strips of stabilizing interfacing, about 2cm wide

Scissor or rotary cutter
Regular sewing machine, and/or serger+coverstitch
Marking pen
Pins or clips

Size chart

Fabric requirements

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Click in the “actual size” box. To use the layers feature, click on “layer” in the left column, and then on the “eyes” next to each size.

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LAYER FEATURE in Adobe Reader
You can choose to print single sizes at a time, to not having to trace the pattern of the paper.
In Adobe reader, click on the “layer” on the left, and uncheck the sizes you don’t want to print by clicking the eye next to it.

MW patterns also offers optional seam allowance, which allows you to choose to include or exclude seam allowance.
The seam allowance is seen as a black dashed line around the pattern, where seam allowance should be added.

Note that the seam allowance feature is not found on the earliest patterns from MW patterns, where the patterns are excluding seam allowance.

Watch our YouTube video HERE on how to use the various layers.

The pattern files are designed not having to do the usual cutting off paper edges before gluing / taping them together.

Print, and overlap one page on top of the corresponding page, glue or tape them together, that’s it! More time left for sewing! 🙂

The pages contain lines as well as numbered pages with both a number and a letter to know which page to place where.
Start with the first page (the one with the measure box) and continue to the right, then start below the first page, further to the right and so on .. For image description we refer to Tutorials -Other.

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