Chattering elimination of machining processes is an important issue in turning operation, due to the damages caused by this phenomenon. Limited productivity rate, decrease in tool life, poor surface quality and noisy workplace are some adverse effects of the chatter vibration. In this paper two control strategies are developed to suppress chatter vibration in turning process including a worn tool. A single degree of freedom model of the turning process including tool wear is briefly described. In the first stage, sliding mode approach used to control the system, and in the second stage fuzzy sliding mode approach is used. The simulation results indicate that the fuzzy sliding mode performs better than the direct sliding mode controller.