Adult Heyday Dungarees

(3 customer reviews)


Ladies’ XXS – 5XL

The Heyday Dungarees pattern combines comfort with a funky sense of style.


This pattern includes ten sizes, from XXS up to 5XL. There is a matching child pattern available.

This is a relaxed fit dungaree/overall. It has tie straps which don’t need undoing in order to take the garment on and off! You can use button holes or loops. There are FIVE pockets for hiding all your stuff. They are designed to be long and worn rolled at the ankle. An overlocker/serger will create the neatest finish, but all options can be made using a regular sewing machine.

It is designed for medium weight, soft, woven fabrics such as corduroy, denim, linen and twill.

This is an intermediate level pattern. The actual construction of the dungarees is very simple, but you need to be comfortable sewing through multiple layers of thick fabric.

The pattern can be printed at home on A4/legal/letter sized paper, or taken to a print shop and printed on A0 paper.

There is a bonus file with a tutorial for adding a facing.

For more information, inspiration and photos please join my Facebook sewing group.

The measurement charts for all MBJM sewing patterns can be found here.

Please note that this is listing for a downloadable PDF sewing pattern, not a finished garment. Due to the nature of digital downloads no refund can be given if bought in error.

3 reviews for Adult Heyday Dungarees

  1. Rebecca Rose

    I love these so much! I’ve made some in a light cotton/linen for summer, and also some in a heavy merino wool jersey for winter. Totally awesome. I do find the straps far too long for me, so I make them about 6 inches shorter.

  2. littleoshka

    such a great pattern. easy instruction.

  3. Gillian Emmett

    I made them in linen fir the summer. What I liked was how easy they were to alter to fit! Short body meant 4 cms had to be removed but long legs meant that Medium was just right! Now hoping to make them in blue needlecord. Thank you.

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