Take Three: Butterick 6330

By now you know I love this pattern, LOL. This is the third time I’ve sewn Butterick 6330 (actually the 4th – one was for a customer). I originally sewed up the jumpsuit for my March Fabric Mart Fabricista post (here) and then I decided to try the maxi dress (here).


I loved both because they are great staple pieces that are a breeze to sew. While I was sewing a jumpsuit for an order I couldn’t resist making one more for myself. I’ve had this ITY in my stash for so long that I can’t remember what I intended to make with it. I think it worked well for this project, though I could’ve taken some more care in matching up the print in some areas.


This pattern has quickly become a TNT for me! The knee length dress, which only calls for 1 -1/2 yds is an excellent stash buster. I see at least one View B in my future as these hot, muggy summer months roll in.


See my previous post for my pattern review. I will say that the fit was spot on except for the pant length, I removed 2″.



3 responses to “Take Three: Butterick 6330”

  1. […] as is (I have it pinned in the photos). Maybe I’m just used to knit jumpsuits like V9116 or B6330 that are easier to get into. That said it is not impossible, it just requires a little […]


  2. […] goes without saying that I love jumpsuits (exhibits A, B, C), but I had to make this one and I’m so glad I did. McCalls 7755 might be one of my […]


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