During these uncertain times the NHS need our help more than ever. With more and more people looking for ways to make a difference, you can play your part with the help of this fully detailed tutorial from Sew Me Something. In it you’ll discover how you can make unisex scrubs for our heroes on the front line.
Click the video below to get started.
The sizes go from S-XXL and all the sizing measurements are on the pattern itself. In a few quick and easy steps, you’ll be able to make a complete set of scrubs.
* For those of you who download the pattern, make sure you have a PDF reader on your device and a zip manager to be able to open it when you have downloaded the pattern as there are a few files attached.
You may have seen Sew me something recently launching their latest range of sewing dress patterns on Hochanda TV. Jules Fallon from Sew me something explained how she came up with the unisex scrub design with the help of friends who work in the NHS.
“After speaking with friends who are NHS workers we have included several features they specifically requested. The Scrubs Top has grown on sleeves to make it easier to wear and quicker to sew, the facing is stitched down so it's not uncomfortable and there are side vents again for ease and comfort. The trousers have side pockets and a drawstring waist so you don't have to worry about elastic sizes, and they are easier to get on and off. The patch pocket can be used on both the Top and the Trousers so again quicker to sew and it means there are lots of handy places to tuck stuff”.