This is a traditional pair of easy fitting dungarees. A hard-working wardrobe staple featuring classic detailing and optional topstitching. These dungarees are meant to be oversized, for example, my measurements put me at a 12 – 14, but I went for the 12 and can still fit a jumper underneath.
Skill level – intermediate.
This is a printed pattern including sizes 6 – 18. All seam allowances are 1.5cm unless otherwise stated.
Suggested fabrics – medium weight woven cloth, 8 – 11 oz denim, cotton canvas, cotton drill, corduroy, yarn-dyed linen. If you are using a thick fabric you may decide to cut the waistband and button fly pieces out of a thinner fabric to reduce bulk.
|6 – 8||10 – 14||16 – 18|
|110cm wide (with or without nap)||2.45M||2.8M||3.15M|
|120cm wide (with or without nap)||2.25M||2.75M||2.8M|
|140cm wide (with or without nap)||1.95M||2.1M||2.3M|
|150cm wide (with or without nap)||1.85M||2M||2.15M|
Finished Measurements (in cm):
|Waist to hem (front)||100.5||101.5||102.5||103.5||104.5||105.5||106.5|
|Crotch (cf waist to cb waist)||68.7||70.4||72||73.8||75.5||77.2||79|
|Size 6||Size 8||Size 10||Size 12||Size 14||Size 16||Size 18|
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