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Full Umbra Lounge Set PDF Sewing Pattern

Full Umbra Lounge Set PDF Sewing Pattern

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NOTE: This listing is for the full Umbra Lounge set PDF pattern.

To purchase the pants individually click HERE

To purchase the wrap individually click HERE


Featured in the DUSK issue of Making Magazine, the Umbra Lounge Set is here, new and improved! The lounge set boasts an oversized fit for the wrap top and a relaxed fit for the pants allowing for easy movement and a breezy wear. 

The wrap top is simple in design featuring drop sleeves that can be rolled up or down. You can also choose to eliminate the sleeves altogether for a simple look. Size up for an oversized fit. 

The pants are a simple, mid rise, elastic pant with inset pockets and a practical wide leg that leaves you feeling like the luxurious babe you are indoors and outside. 

Please note: Changes have been made to this pattern since it released in the DUSK issue of Making Magazine (see below for more information).

What's changed from the DUSK Magazine issue version?

-The fit of the pants has been improved and the width of the pants leg opening is less wide allowing the wearer to boast a great pair of pants while relaxing at home or being out of the house.

-The wrap top has been modified so that the back neck fits better without pulling.

-The sleeve has been shortened

-"What if I bought the DUSK issue already?"
If you have the DUSK issue of Making Magazine please feel free to email me at with proof of purchase and I will be happy to email you a free copy of the updated pattern.

Difficulty Level:

Advanced Beginner 

Notions + Supplies Required: 

3 yards of 1 1/2" wide bias tape OR 3/4" wide double fold bias tape*, 1 1/2" wide elastic (non-roll elastic is suggested), matching thread, iron and ironing board, basic sewing supplies and sewing machine 

*Instructions for creating your own bias tape are included in these instructions.

Fabric Requirements: 

Cottons such as gauze, crepes, crinkle, voiles and blends. Linens and linen blends. Rayon/viscose fabrics such as poplins, crepes, and blends.

YARDAGE (based on 54" width):

Size A - 4 1/2 yards / 4.1 meters
Size B - 5 yards / 4.6 meters
Size C - 5 1/2 yards / 5 meters
Size D - 6 yards / 5.5 meters
Size E - 6 1/4 yards / 5.7 meters

You will receive the following files upon payment and download:

  • Umbra Lounge Set Sewing Instructions PDF
  • Print At Home Tile US Letter/A4 File PDF
  • A0/ Copy Shop PDF (2 Pages with dimensions of 33.1" x 46.8")
  • Projector Files 

Fabric Waste Rating: 

★ ★ ★ 

3 Stars - this pattern has an average amount of waste which can be turned into alternate scrap projects or can be lessened by changing the cutting layout. 

Suggestions: Add self drafted back pockets to the pants and cut extra bias strips for later use. 

You will receive your digital downloads via email upon payment of the product. 

***This design remains the sole property of Fibr & Cloth Studio. Rights do not transfer upon receiving the downloaded files. Commercial use of this pattern is prohibited.***

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Love this pattern so much!

I love the Umbra pattern so much that I've now made two sets of lounge wear. It's a joy to sew and comfortable to wear. I recommend this pattern to anyone who would love to make lounge wear. I'm secretly hoping that Fibr & Cloth comes out with more lounge wear patterns :)

First sewing pattern and a pleasure and success

I spotted this beautiful lounge set in the making magazine and fall immediatelly in love with it! Because Alexis had reviewed the pattern and had made adjustments, she was so kind to send me the updated pattern, which I strongly recommend! Being a total sewing newbie (at least, machine sewing), I was very excited but also a bit intimidated, whether I would be able to manage it. But no worries: Alexis explains everything so well and easily understandable! And I absolutely love the result (used a linen cloth) - thank you very much for such a lovely and well-written pattern!