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All About the Angela Bodysuit


Fabric resources, fitting details, and tutorials to help you build your skills.

All About the Angela Bodysuit



Build Your Wardrobe with the Angela Bodysuit

This sleek knit bodysuit features a blouson surplice bodice with fitted panties, creating an effortlessly tucked-in appearance when paired with pants or a skirt.

To get a comfortable fit, elastic stabilizes the bodysuit just below the waist, which makes it perfect for mid and high-rise bottoms. There’s also a snap closure at the crotch and fold-over elastic on the leg openings. Layer this bodysuit with your favorite bottoms for a quick, polished, unfussy look.



Krystal is wearing a size 8 Angela bodysuit graded to a size 10 at the waist and hips. We added 1 1/2” to the rise and 1” to the bicep. Her measurements are 37”, 31”, 41” and she is 5’9”.



Tutorials to Build Your Skills

Don’t let bodysuits intimidate you! Here are some tutorials that will help.

For more knits resources, don’t miss our Discoveries this month.

Learn How to Customize the Angela Bodysuit

The Seamwork team sewed this month’s patterns! See what fabrics we picked for the Angela bodysuit in this month’s Staff Makes.

Wondering what to pair with the Angela bodysuit? Get inspired by this capsule wardrobe.

This month’s bonus variation gives your bodysuit a little more coverage, swapping the surplice bodice for a center front seam.


Shop for Fabric

Love the samples in this month’s issue? Here is where we sourced the fabric.

We purchased this black knit locally, but for something similar, try this bamboo rib knit from Stonemountain & Daughter Fabrics.

Get the Perfect Fit

Angela pattern details



Sizes 0 – 16


About the fit

The Angela bodysuit is semi-fitted in the bust and has negative ease throughout the high-hip.


Sizes 18 – 26


About the fit

The Angela bodysuit is semi-fitted in the bust and has negative ease throughout the high-hip.

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