The Zip Zap Hooded Onesie pattern (0-3 months to age 12)

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The Zip Zap Hooded Onesie pattern

The Zip Zap Hooded Onesie is a great coverall, perfect for the colder weather. Maybe you worry that your kid is not protected from the wind, or that he might be cold? If you make one of these onesies you will have the added benefit of not having to worry about the shirt riding up while your kid is having lots of fun outdoors! The pattern is unisex, perfect for both boys and girls.

The Zip Zap Hooded Onesie pattern

The Zip Zap has a relaxed fit and a hood. It features a zip fastening, with optional zipper facing or zipper guard. The designer has made this onesie with cuffed arms and legs which we really like as it helps for a better fit for your child. You can also decide to add a lining to the Onesie or leave it unlined.

An overlocker/serger will help you to create the neatest finish, but you can also use a regular sewing machine.

The designer rates her project as great for an intermediate sewer, but she has also included guidelines for advanced beginner sewers looking to attempt their first zip.

The pattern comes in many sizes from 0-3 months all the way up to age 12.

The best fabrics to use for this pattern are mid-weight knit (stretch) fabrics such as french terry, sweatshirt fleece, etc.

The Zip Zap Hooded Onesie pattern

This pattern comes with two options for printing:

  • You can print at home on A4/legal/letter-sized paper,
  • Or you can take the A0 file to a print shop.

The pattern is created in layers meaning you can print just the layers (sizes) that you need. You can get this pattern by clicking on the button below and start making this awesome Zip Zap Hooded Onesie today!

Click here to get the pattern