Durban Jumpsuit & Romper Pattern

$29.00 AUD

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Durban is a mix and match jumpsuit & romper set with multiple options. Pattern features V neck or round neckline, bust darts; short sleeve, long sleeve or sleeveless options; patch or inseam pockets; and tapered or wide leg cuts. All views include an optional belt, belt loops, and inseam lengths for regular and tall.

View A is a v neck tapered leg jumpsuit with inseam pockets, back pockets and sleeves. View B is a v neck wide leg sleeveless jumpsuit with front patch pockets. View C is a round neck shorts jumpsuit with inseam pockets, back pockets and sleeves. View D is a round neck sleeveless shorts jumpsuit with front patch pockets. View E is a boiler suit with long sleeves, patch pockets and a tie belt.

Skill: 3/5

Sizing: 0-20 (each pattern includes all sizes). See our sizing chart here.

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Printed pattern details

Your roomy and beautiful pattern envelope includes the full size pattern on high quality tissue paper and instruction booklet with detailed instructions to guide you through constructing your garment.

Layered PDF pattern details

After purchase your pattern will be available immediately in your online account, and via a unique URL emailed to you. Ensure that you save your pattern to your computer before printing to save it for future use. PDF patterns cannot be opened on phones or tablets. 

Your 0-20 Layered PDF pattern purchase includes the following files:

  • Digital Instruction Booklet US Letter | 11 pages
  • Digital Instructon Booklet A4 | 11 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern US Letter Size | 78 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern A4 Size | 78 pages
  • US Copy Shop 36x48" Size | 4 pages
  • Copy Shop A0 | 4 pages

    Please note that not all files need to be printed, only the ones that correspond to your chosen printing method.

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    Customer Reviews

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 14 reviews
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    Hanna
    LOVE

    I've been working on view B in a flannel like Green and cream pinstripe cotton to somewhat mimic old Northwest railroad engineer uniforms. Brass buttons and everything! It's been very easy to adjust the sizing especially with the tutorials on the blog. For that I have so many versions in mind. Thank you, looking forward to more of your patterns! Cheers @empty_bobbins

    I
    Ina Purdy
    Durban pattern

    I love the pattern, it went together really well and is very flattering and easy to wear.
    Thanks 🙏

    J
    JessyA
    4 made already

    It took me around 2 months to decide on a jumpsuit pattern and durban had lots of options so it fit my needs. I have loved the pattern so much I have made 4 now. My first round neck, wide leg, 4 patch pockets in mid weight cotton. Being my first I wasn’t quite sure how it would work and originally had side seam pockets but due to the fabrics lack of drape I was originally disappointed. To fix the issue I took out the side seam pockets added 2 patch pockets to the front and sewed 4 long darts (2 front, 2 back) to provide more shape through the mid section that nailed my fitting issues. Since then I have remade the pattern 3 more times leaving out the darts but using fabric with far more drape. 2 In Tencel and one in rayon. I have to say I think the rayon may be my favorite yet. I also tried the narrow leg version last make and think it might be the better choice for me. There may be one more to come as I love the rayon so much! Oh and super super comfy!!!

    M
    Martha West
    I've been wearing this every day

    I am amazed about how little I had to modify this pattern to comfortably fit me. I made my first one out of a cheap cotton twill and I can't stop wearing it. So comfortable and chic. Two terms that don't seem to go together until you slip into the Durban Jumpsuit!

    F
    Fiona W
    Clear and easy to follow instructions!

    My 2nd MN pattern (1st was the Jarrah which I LOVE). Once again, delightfully clear instructions. I’m colour blocking: the sleeveless top in black linen and the shorts in black flecked linen. Inseam pockets with another black lining scrap. I’ll make the belt in same linen as top and add loops. I’m using up remnants - fingers crossed it will look ok when finished. I find bust darts tricky to get right so am after more info on that before I start my next Durban but so far, so good!

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 14 reviews
    93%
    (13)
    7%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    H
    Hanna
    LOVE

    I've been working on view B in a flannel like Green and cream pinstripe cotton to somewhat mimic old Northwest railroad engineer uniforms. Brass buttons and everything! It's been very easy to adjust the sizing especially with the tutorials on the blog. For that I have so many versions in mind. Thank you, looking forward to more of your patterns! Cheers @empty_bobbins

    I
    Ina Purdy
    Durban pattern

    I love the pattern, it went together really well and is very flattering and easy to wear.
    Thanks 🙏

    J
    JessyA
    4 made already

    It took me around 2 months to decide on a jumpsuit pattern and durban had lots of options so it fit my needs. I have loved the pattern so much I have made 4 now. My first round neck, wide leg, 4 patch pockets in mid weight cotton. Being my first I wasn’t quite sure how it would work and originally had side seam pockets but due to the fabrics lack of drape I was originally disappointed. To fix the issue I took out the side seam pockets added 2 patch pockets to the front and sewed 4 long darts (2 front, 2 back) to provide more shape through the mid section that nailed my fitting issues. Since then I have remade the pattern 3 more times leaving out the darts but using fabric with far more drape. 2 In Tencel and one in rayon. I have to say I think the rayon may be my favorite yet. I also tried the narrow leg version last make and think it might be the better choice for me. There may be one more to come as I love the rayon so much! Oh and super super comfy!!!

    M
    Martha West
    I've been wearing this every day

    I am amazed about how little I had to modify this pattern to comfortably fit me. I made my first one out of a cheap cotton twill and I can't stop wearing it. So comfortable and chic. Two terms that don't seem to go together until you slip into the Durban Jumpsuit!

    F
    Fiona W
    Clear and easy to follow instructions!

    My 2nd MN pattern (1st was the Jarrah which I LOVE). Once again, delightfully clear instructions. I’m colour blocking: the sleeveless top in black linen and the shorts in black flecked linen. Inseam pockets with another black lining scrap. I’ll make the belt in same linen as top and add loops. I’m using up remnants - fingers crossed it will look ok when finished. I find bust darts tricky to get right so am after more info on that before I start my next Durban but so far, so good!

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