Free PDF Sewing Patterns

There are a ton of free patterns out there for everything from napkins to stuffed animals to dresses and shirts. Here I've compiled a list of some of the free patterns I've tried. Some of them are free just by going to the website. Others are free only if you join their Facebook Group or sign up for a newsletter for example. Some designers will have a free pattern each year, and then that pattern goes back to full price and a new free pattern will be available. It's nice that some of the designers offer a free pattern or two so that you can try it out and see if you like the way the patterns are formatted and how well the drafting is. I'll add more patterns to this post as I try them out. Enjoy!

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This is a classic pencil skirt drafted for use with knit fabrics. In the picture below, I made this skirt from a sweater knit. You can see the full post on it HERE. The pattern is available on the website for free.

This is a basic pair of leggings, but it does have some fun options like a side panel with pocket and a contoured waistband. Make sure to download the add-on pack if you want the extras. I've made 4 or 5 pairs including a wide-legged version (you go straight down from the inseam points and add a few inches) and the shorties version to wear under skirts. On the pair pictured, I added a bit of length so that they scrunch at the bottom. Free on the website.

A dolman top with some fun options including a hi-lo curved hem. You can see my post on it HERE. Also available in girls and doll sizes.

Lounge gown is the name, swim cover up is its game! A fun sew for the summer. Free through the Facebook Group. See my post on it HERE.

This is a loose fitting boxy shirt. Oversize tops are definitely in right now. I usually choose more fitted shirts as a pear shape, but this one is really cute just tucked in at the top. It would also be cute untucked with some skinny jeans or jeggings. You can see my post on it HERE.

This is a cute pattern. There are pattern pieces for both a dinosaur and a dragon. I love the details with the fiery tongue for the dragon and the different shaped spikes for the dinosaur. You can see the full post I made HERE.

I used the same shape as the free pattern for these, except I just made them bigger as I wanted larger stockings for Christmas. I think I drew a line out 2 inches on each side of the existing pattern. Then cut the cuff the same width as the new stocking size. The two stockings pictured below are Mrs. and Mr. as the one on the left has a fun lace overlay on it. I just put a basting spray on the back of the lace and stuck it on top of the fleece cuff then top stitched it on top and bottom. Instead a loop, I sewed a wired ribbon into the seam of the cuff so that I could tie it to our banister as we don't have a fireplace. These are really simple and affordable, and you can find some fun fluffy fabrics for these if you wanted.

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