Durban Jumpsuit & Romper Pattern

$24.00 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.

Looking for Curve sizes 14-34? Click here.

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 18 reviews
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    S
    S.
    I'm in love....

    I love this pattern! I've made two of the sleeveless version with wide legs, and they are so stylish and comfortable. I layer them with the Rowan bodysuit, and throw a blazer or short jacket on top. The pattern measurements are very accurate, and the small adjustment I have to make to all bottoms worked perfectly. I suggest looking at the blog posts about construction when you start, and sewing a practice placket - it's not hard, but having one under your belt before starting on the whole garment in the good fabric is useful. I'll likely make another of these when I have time, and check out another option - a holiday version in a comfy but beautiful fabric is worth thinking about for stylish lounging-while-eating!

    C
    Christy Campbell
    Perfect fit!

    Wonderful drafting meant great fit!
    I am an intermediate sewist.
    B 39 W 33 H 39
    I made a 14 bodice and graded from the waist to hip to size 10. I didn't alter the rise.
    The fit is great sitting and standing but I might try adding a short piece of elastic to the back waist seam to pull it in a bit, but it's not saggy looking like some other jumpsuits seem to be!
    I love where the waist seam hits!
    I did make a toile version D out of a bedsheet which did reinforce, as the pattern directions mention, that the bottom of the placket is tricky.
    I might make another practice version. There is a blog post but it's much the same as the written pattern. A video tutorial would be helpful for this part, or a more detailed picture sequence. It wasn't completely clear to me. As it is super noticeable on your finished garment so it needs to be neat and tidy.
    I love the depth of the v neckline! Not too deep and not too high. 😊
    I think the fit is super cute and I'm excited I didn't have to do a full bust adjustment to get the bodice fit right! I think the 14 lies on my shoulders very well.
    I am planning another view D with brussels washer linen.
    Since the fit is so great I am excited to make many more versions for myself and daughters. Many less expensive patterns take so many tries to get the fit right, it just isn't worth it. MN patterns are worth every penny!
    Super happy with this purchase!

    J
    Jenni
    Love a jumpsuit with front buttons

    This is the jumpsuit I was looking for! Just can’t reach back zippers which makes them impractical for me to wear. This was an easy make and a great fit!

    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 🙏

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 18 reviews
    89%
    (16)
    11%
    (2)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    S
    S.
    I'm in love....

    I love this pattern! I've made two of the sleeveless version with wide legs, and they are so stylish and comfortable. I layer them with the Rowan bodysuit, and throw a blazer or short jacket on top. The pattern measurements are very accurate, and the small adjustment I have to make to all bottoms worked perfectly. I suggest looking at the blog posts about construction when you start, and sewing a practice placket - it's not hard, but having one under your belt before starting on the whole garment in the good fabric is useful. I'll likely make another of these when I have time, and check out another option - a holiday version in a comfy but beautiful fabric is worth thinking about for stylish lounging-while-eating!

    C
    Christy Campbell
    Perfect fit!

    Wonderful drafting meant great fit!
    I am an intermediate sewist.
    B 39 W 33 H 39
    I made a 14 bodice and graded from the waist to hip to size 10. I didn't alter the rise.
    The fit is great sitting and standing but I might try adding a short piece of elastic to the back waist seam to pull it in a bit, but it's not saggy looking like some other jumpsuits seem to be!
    I love where the waist seam hits!
    I did make a toile version D out of a bedsheet which did reinforce, as the pattern directions mention, that the bottom of the placket is tricky.
    I might make another practice version. There is a blog post but it's much the same as the written pattern. A video tutorial would be helpful for this part, or a more detailed picture sequence. It wasn't completely clear to me. As it is super noticeable on your finished garment so it needs to be neat and tidy.
    I love the depth of the v neckline! Not too deep and not too high. 😊
    I think the fit is super cute and I'm excited I didn't have to do a full bust adjustment to get the bodice fit right! I think the 14 lies on my shoulders very well.
    I am planning another view D with brussels washer linen.
    Since the fit is so great I am excited to make many more versions for myself and daughters. Many less expensive patterns take so many tries to get the fit right, it just isn't worth it. MN patterns are worth every penny!
    Super happy with this purchase!

    J
    Jenni
    Love a jumpsuit with front buttons

    This is the jumpsuit I was looking for! Just can’t reach back zippers which makes them impractical for me to wear. This was an easy make and a great fit!

    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 🙏

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