(Metric) Medical Isolation Gown Pattern and technical package
This pattern expressed in metric system, and please download a full package for details of construction and assembly information as well.
Click on "add to cart" (bottom) and check out. It's absolutely free. Make sure to click on DOWNLOAD files as per email you will receive after you complete check out. Now a physical paper pattern is available from here as well as precut "trim" set available to purchase here for $5 including elastic cuffs, neck, twill ties, belts to reduce time for looking, buying and making. All trims are made in Japan by Shindo and donated by VPL. We are using 100% proceeds go to produce more PPE.
We are updating every day, and we will push out "updated pattern and tech pack" as this style improves. Please add a "metric" style in your cart if you need to see the pattern in metric not inches. Images of actual gowns are courtesy of Carol Raye & her friends.
SELF FABRIC (114 CM / 45" FABRIC WIDTH) : 3.3 MT / 3.7YARD
SELF FABRIC (152 CM / 60" FABRIC WIDTH) : 2.6 MT / 2.9YARD
Now isolation can be washed and reusable, finish neck and bottom of the gown.
Longer sleeves (3 inches longer), alternative sleeve design
Belt placement location, 17 inches from neck drop on front panel
Also I recommend the use of twill tape instead of velcro for the back closure. Twill tape can be also used to substitute self-belt.
If you do not have elastic for the wrists, you may use ribbon that could be tied or ribbed knit cuff material. Use elastic hair ties or use rib knit from old sweatshirt, socks or tee shirt.
Our production ready file including larger size is now available from here.
Fashion Girls reverse-engineered a pattern based on HALYARD* AAMI Level 2 Over-The-Head Isolation Gown and Elastic Cuffs (a sample provided from UCLA doctor / confirmed also by Mt. Sinai ER doctor in NY). This is SIZE LARGE, but I was advised that the sleeve should be longer and length should be adjusted for a taller / larger person (lengthen the body to 50” and the sleeve to 27”). So the current pattern reflects this.
Digital download for free. Watch the instruction video below (updated 4/18/20).
CDC now advises "shift gown use towards cloth isolation gowns."Reusable (i.e., washable) gowns are typically made of polyester or polyester-cotton fabrics. Gowns made of these fabrics can be safely laundered according to routine procedures and reused. Care should be taken to ensure that HCP do not touch outer surfaces of the gown during care. --CDC