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Turia dungarees have been popping up lately and I thought I would show you some of them. So here is the first batch of Turia:


You remember Adeline’s and Sonia’s pinafore versions? Check how to make this cute variation here.

your-turia-dungarees-sewing-pattern-2Annie Cotonyour-turia-dungarees-sewing-pattern-3 was again a tester and her version (and amazing pictures!) is making me want to reach for candy coloured stripes fabric!

your-turia-dungarees-sewing-pattern-4In classic denim, these will go with all the beautiful handmade tops of Kirsty! Thanks Kirsty for being such a great tester!

your-turia-dungarees-sewing-pattern-5Oh my! This has to be one the cutest and funniest picture ever! Mirza made her Pink Turia for a the big garage sale of Lille in northern France as part of a group costume. How cute!

your-turia-dungarees-sewing-pattern-6Karen of Did you make that made a great fall version in corduroy and wrote an amazing tutorial on how to attach the buttons: check it ou on her blog!

your-turia-dungarees-sewing-pattern-7And a pretty black linen version for Annabella, whcih will transition nicely into summer (yes, she’s from New-Zealand!).

I know more Turia are coming as I was so happy to see your progresses on Instragram so I’m really looking forward to see them. Don’t hesitate to send me pictures and links!

And a huge THANK YOU for all your nice words on the 1 year anniversary of the pattern company! I’m really hoping to celebrate a lot more with you!



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Here it is, the new pattern! I’m so happy to present the Turia dungarees!
new-pattern-turia-dunagrees-sewing-2Dungarees (or overalls as you wish!) for a grownup? Really? Well YES of course!
The Turia dungarees pattern feature front and back patch pockets, sides zippers and adjustables straps. It also comes in two length: the slightly tapered and cropped ankle length will accompany you from summer to winter made in gabardine or corduroy and layered, and the more payful short version is ideal for the warmer months (or why not wear it with tights?).


The Turia dungarees are quite easy to make, you’ll even learn how to make beautiful and sturdy flat-fell seams. Easy to fit as well with the adjustable straps and straight leg slightly tapered at the ankle, it’s comfortable and yet stylish. Just pair them with sandals during the day or some heels for a night out.
They can be made in a great variety of fabrics: from light to medium weight wovens such as cotton, linen, gabardine, chambray and denim, corduroy, twill…


I hope you’ll love this pattern as much as I do. It’s inspired by dungarees my mom gave me years ago, she wore them in her 20’s and I’m still wearing them… What can I say? I’m a sentimental!



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