The Okey Dokey Overalls PDF Sewing Pattern include all of the classic details you know and love! This overalls sewing pattern includes front bib pocket, front slant pockets, faux fly, back pockets, optional snap inseam and button tabs at the side seams for easy dressing. Pattern includes everything you need to know about overalls hardware. Okey Dokey let's get sewing!
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PDF Sewing Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting.
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Posted by Unknown on 13th Mar 2017
I love the pattern, but there were a few trouble spots for me. I made four pairs of the size 12 overalls, and one issue I had was that the button tabs were not long enough to reach where the buttonholes were on the bib. For the tabs to have worked, the buttonholes would have had to have been below the bib in the pocket area. So I ended up adding extensions to the tabs. One other issue was the the 10/12 pockets did not line up the with side front of the size 12 pattern, so I ended up making the pockets a bit bigger so that they would match the angle of the side front piece (which meant making the bib ever so slightly bigger). Last, the bottom of the back accent piece was bigger than the space on the back that it gets sewn on to. I ended up having the cut away a bit of fabric on it to make smaller.
Posted by Pamela Weir on 17th Jan 2017
I made two pair of these overalls for my very tall 2 yr old grandson. Each one took less than a day. One I did in denim and the other in twill. The pattern was easy to follow and turned out beautifully. The centre pocket on the bib is perfect for embroidery! My little guy loves dinosaurs, so on one I appliquéd a dinosaur and the other I embroidered one. He loved them! And the fit is perfect! We have had lots of compliments and much surprise when they find out they are Grandma made!
Posted by Elaine Townsley on 25th Oct 2016
I love this pattern and it is so easy to make - and I'm not the best seamstress. The only thing I would recommend to anyone - and I learned unfortunatly after cutting the fabric - Measure the child's leg measurements and from the shoulder the crotch. I have a shorter guy and had to reconstruct part of the overalls when done. It is easy to take up the legs and body by folding the pattern. No problem at all - just an FYI.
Thank you for this beautiful pattern.
Posted by Bronwyn Trewin on 26th Sep 2016
I looked all over for a classic overalls pattern. The Okey Dokey Overalls are great and they go up to big enough sizes.
The pattern was easy to follow, I made a couple of stuff ups, but that was my inexperience and overconfidence.
I have made two pairs so far using Corduroy as the main fabric and quilting cotton for all the pockets. My boys love love love their Digger and Spiderman Overalls and they are looking forward to the short summerweight overalls that are currently in my to do list.
Posted by Leticia on 12th Jul 2016
First off I'd like to say that these are great overalls.
Secondly I'd like to say that they went together nicely. I didn't have too many hiccups even though it was my first try.
Now for my third point I'm going to make a small criticism.
I feel like the directions alone were not enough to complete these overalls.
The tutorial made it possible to do this pattern without trouble but I feel like it lacked a bit of info without it.
Posted by Sakuko on 6th Mar 2016
The pattern and directions are pretty good.
The finished overall is nice and roomy. Might be a bit big for a slighter kid.
The directions are extensive and illustrated. There are some parts that could be explained better, like the button tabs, but most of it is easy to figure it out, even for a first-timer with trousers.
I would have preferred if the pattern where not just color-coded but with different lines as well, since I only print in black. You can still figure it out, but it gets confusing in all black.
Posted by Fatima on 14th Feb 2016
Very happy to find this pattern. I looked for ages before finding this ideal one I'm not a great sewer but the pattern pieces and the instructions were clear. I think if you are not sure about anything, check out the clear diagrams and then it's easier to understand.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jan 2016
I was looking for overalls pattern . I read reviews. And someone mentioned that directions was confusing. I found out that ..... you just read ... and re- read if need be. You will be a okay. Lol Someone said that they found something else. I went and check that out. Guess what ? It wasn't what I was looking for !!
1 you actually have to read directions.
2 follow directions.
3 enjoy seen your kids happy faces .
It came together easier than I thought it would be, since there is lots of detail.
Second overalls came together faster. Cause I knew what to do.
Both boys r happy with mama made overalls. One of them even got compliment from classmate .
Will make more in near future.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jan 2016
This pattern isn't as clearly written as other PDF patterns I've purchased, so I'm glad I tried these out in an old, out of style fabric first. I had to read and reread some of the instructions several times to make sure I understood them correctly, especially steps 18-20 for the button tab. I found that part easier just to fold and press and then sew on instead of sewing and flipping and sewing again. Maybe if I wasn't making the smallest size it would have been easier. Overall, a pretty easy sew.
Posted by Zoe on 17th Jan 2016
My 3yr old loves his new overalls he won't take them off. I made this pattern with quilting cotton and it worked really well. Well written pattern and the photo tutorial was a great help
Posted by Joy on 20th Oct 2015
I have yet to try this pattern out. I bought Charlie from My Childhood Treasures at the same time, which had such clear instructions and illustrations that I used it first. I would be more confident with the Okey Dokey pattern if it were more user friendly. I will try it soon .
Posted by Daisy Dweik on 14th Oct 2015
Lots of steps and lots of stitches, but so worth all the effort in the end. To be able to make a classic piece like overalls for my kids is so cool! I was truly surprised by the finished product
Posted by Kim on 8th Sep 2015
Brilliant pattern, was a lot easier to sew than I anticipated. Plenty of room for embroidering for both girls and boys. Long, short, multiple sizes can't ask for more. Thank you so much!
Posted by Teena on 2nd Aug 2015
This weekend I made two Okey Dokey Overalls, one in quilting fabric and the other using cordoroy with a quilting fabric contrast. They both have turned out beautiful. The pattern was a bit tricky but by following the instructions slowly It all came together well and I am so proud of myself. Now to find the clips as they are hard to find in my local shops.
thanks for a wonderful pattern I will be making more over the years to come.
Posted by Mandy on 4th Jan 2015
I actually used this pattern as the basis for making a warm, lined pair for my son at the deer lease. There was only one area that was confusing, but overall I love the pattern.
Posted by Vicki kelly on 2nd Oct 2014
Son in law does not ea t his daughter to look frilly. Want overalls so this will so cute as the dress.
Posted by Jolene on 1st Sep 2014
I so live this pattern. It's easy to follow and creates a superb product. I believe even a beginner can do this pattern.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Sep 2014
I been looking for something like this that want up for older kids in size the patter is great well written and easy to follow thank you
Posted by Tamy on 28th Aug 2014
I love all designs by Amy she makes with so much love and share it with all of us . Thank you Amy .