Make a pair of adult or child dungarees

The Waves and Wild Heyday Dungarees pattern combines comfort with a funky sense of style, and very similar to the Lucy and Yak brand.

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! Choose between button holes or loops. In addition, there are FIVE pockets for hiding all your stuff. They are designed to be long and worn rolled at the ankle. They can be made in almost any fabric, although I would recommend a woven and medium weight one. There are loads of versions to be seen on instagram, some even made of duvet covers.

Date: Now 2nd April 2022 (Fully booked)


Time: 10am – 3pm

Cost: £48 (This includes the cost of the printed PDF pattern, You will also receive the digital copy)


This is an opportunity for those fairly new to sewing, or those who want to improve their skills, to learn how to use a commercial dressmaking pattern. You will make a pair of child or adult dungarees.

To Book

Please email:  or call 07753261300 to book a place and for payment details.

Payment and refund policy

A £10 deposit is required to secure your place and is non-refundable should you wish to cancel. Please make full payment of £48 by Saturday 5th March (one week before the workshop), and note it is non-refundable after this time. Failure to make full payment by this date will mean your place is offered on. However, you may transfer your booking onto another person at any time before the workshop date. In the unlikely event there are insufficient bookings for the course to be viable I will notify you by Thursday 10th March (2 days prior to the workshop) and refund all course fees immediately. Please advise the pattern you require when booking.

Class size: 5

Skills you will learn:

  • Understanding pattern symbols and fabric terms
  • Understanding how to work with woven fabric
  • Cutting out
  • creating straps and loops
  • Making a patch pocket
  • Sewing plain/ open seams and learn suitable ways to neaten edges
  • Use of an overlocker – I’ll bring 2 overlocker machines for use if required.

Prior knowledge required

You will be able to:

  • Use a sewing machine and be able to stitch fairly accurately
  • ALL other skills will be taught at the class

What to bring:

Sewing machine if you have one – I have some to use but it makes sense to become familiar with your own.

Sewing equipment – I bring everything we will need but you might like to bring basic sewing things you have. Suggestions can be found here.

Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided. Please bring your own lunch.

Fabric requirements

Adult dungarees

Child dungarees