Pilot hats and pull over coveralls




How adorable is she??  I made this one piece without any bindings and a simple pull over neckband.  So, if you are one of those that won’t do binding then this is for you 🙂

The hat patterns are long overdue. They are such staples that I adore and I’m so happy to use them for Eleanor now!

The pilot hat, helmet hat and raglan one-piece

white blue sidegrreen stripeblue

are published on my website and of course have an early bird discount:)

The partial one-piece tutorial is below to check out:


The piece are cut out here. You can use contrasting fabrics of course. I actually prefer contrasting but didn’t in this one for some reason.

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Sleeves sewn to the front and back:

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Side seams get lined up and sewn together:



Neckband gets sewn on in the typical way:

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Gusset gets sewn to the back leg inseam:  The binding is sewn on after this, not pictured.


The inseam facing is serged onto the inseam (after it gets interfaced):

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The ankles are hemmed here, before sewing the facing to the leg.

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Now the facing is sewn to the leg area:


Arms are hemmed:


Snaps placed and it’s done!

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Thanks for checking it out!  If you decide to sew one, please show it off!!  We love seeing projects 🙂



  • Ashleigh | Mish-Mash Made

    You’ve been busy! I love this! Shouldn’t you be packing? 😉 I don’t have any of your long sleeve one-piece, so I’m grabbing this now 🙂 yay for zero bindings!


    I have no babies to sew for, however I just love your designs!

  • Gabby

    So cute! Everyone seems to hate bindings?? I love binding, I think it’s fun, and it looks so nice, especially with contrasting fabric.