Free Simple Sewing Patterns

by Merissa on June 2, 2014

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Free Simple Sewing Patterns - Little House Living

Free Simple Sewing Patterns

Don't have enough projects to keep you busy or maybe you need some new projects to work on in the evenings? We've created a new list of a bunch of free simple sewing patterns for you to scan through!

Patterns seem to be going up and up in price all of the time at the store and it hardly makes it worth it to pay for the pattern, pay for the fabric, and take the time to make the project. But if you can find the pattern for free for what you are looking to make you save about half the cost of the project. Here's a list of free sewing patterns for women, baby & kids, home decor, and other accessories. Which of these projects do you think you will make first?

Free Simple Sewing Patterns

Free Simple Sewing Patterns For Women

Wear Everywhere Knit Dress

DIY Maxi Skirt

Homemade Cloth Pads Tutorial and Pattern

Free Sewing Patterns

Gathered Front Top

Little Black Party Dress

Custom Fit Leggings

The Perfect Wrap Dress

Twist Front T-Shirt

Sew a Custom Fit Skirt

Easy Summer Dress

Summer Drape Top

Custom Fir Pencil Skirt

Double Layer Chiffon Blouse

 Pin this list for later.

Free Simple Sewing Patterns For Baby and Kids

Bib Pattern

Infant Cap Pattern 

Baby Peasant Top Pattern

Baby Kimono Onesie Pattern 

Baby Pinefore Pattern 

Baby Shoe Pattern 

Felt Bear Mask 

Simple Toddler Nightgown

Child's Apron

Free Simple Sewing Patterns

Free Simple Sewing Patterns For the Home

Homemade Hand Warmers

Homemade Heating Pad Cover

DIY Cloth Napkins and Un-Paper Towels

All American Pillows

Free Simple Sewing Patterns for Accessories

"Make it Yours" Clutch Bag

Easy Cosmetics Bag

Padded Wine Bag 

Long Arm Oven Mitts

Clever Scissors Pouch

Thankful Apron 

I get my favorite fabrics from Fabric.com.

Don't forget to check out this other list of Free Printable Sewing Patterns you can try as well!

Which project do you think you will try first?

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1 Deby June 2, 2014 at 8:17 am

Awesome list Merissa, thanks so much for putting this together for us. Makes it so easy to find your top choices all in one place.

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2 heather June 2, 2014 at 8:42 am

This is a great list! i am going to try the Maxi skirt first

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3 JOY June 2, 2014 at 10:16 am

You are “SEW” right. With all the free patterns out there, why buy one? Thank you for sharing you list. You’ve only scraped the surface. I might add, you’d better save the pattern files or webpage to your computer. Sometimes the sights go missing.

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4 Elise June 3, 2014 at 7:53 am

Thanks for the list! I’m going through all the links for ladies dresses. So far I’m really liking the Easy Wrap Dress. I need a dress for a wedding, and it looks like I might be able to wear that one and still be able to nurse the baby. 🙂

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5 Merissa June 3, 2014 at 7:54 am

That one is so cute isn’t it? I want to make one when I get some time one of these days!

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6 Cynthia L June 3, 2014 at 8:10 am

What a great list. I love sewing and as you said, it is more and more expensive to do. Thanks for all of the patterns!

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7 Annie June 3, 2014 at 8:42 pm

I am so happy that I found your site! Thank you so much for all the great info! Please keep up this excellent work 🙂 I enjoy so much of it!

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8 Kristina & Millie June 3, 2014 at 8:54 pm

Great round up 🙂 Thanks for combining these in one spot for everyone!

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9 Rachel Kathyg @ onlinesisterhood June 4, 2014 at 9:25 am

Wow! Thanks so much for sharing the lovely roundup! pinned. Found this morning at mama bzzz linky. Have a great week!

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10 Samantha June 5, 2014 at 8:16 am

Ooh I definitely needed these! Thanks for sharing on Tips and Tricks!

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11 Melissa French, The More With Less Mom June 5, 2014 at 7:52 pm

Wow, this is a great resource! I appreciate all the hard work! Thanks for sharing with Let’s Get Real (I’m co-hosting this week)!

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12 Alicia Owen June 6, 2014 at 1:37 pm

I would love to get better at sewing. It doesn’t help that every time I try our sewing machine decides to get jammed and just be a pain in the butt in general. Maybe my mom will let me use hers when we move. lol Thanks for sharing at the Pintastic Pinteresting Party. 🙂

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13 Heather @ My Overflowing Cup June 6, 2014 at 2:43 pm

What a great resource – thanks so much for sharing it! I would like to make the Maxi skirt. I’m pinning this for sure. Thanks, again.

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14 Kandis June 6, 2014 at 3:35 pm

I’ve been using cloth pads and panty liners for around 2 years and would never go back to store bought. They’re not only more comfortable but also saves a lot of money plus saves on the amount of trash that fills up junkyards/landfills. Whenever mine start to lose absorbency due to age, wear & tear, etc., I plan to just ad another layer and cover to them. I like the fact I can decide what length/width I want or need. Never put them in the dryer, I have a lil hanging rack with tiny plastic clothespins hooked on it to dry mine discretely.

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15 Joy @ Yesterfood June 6, 2014 at 4:48 pm

Merissa, these are some great lists! Thanks for putting these together- I’m so glad you shared them with us at Treasure Box Tuesday- pinned!! 🙂

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16 Heather J. Carls June 7, 2014 at 3:07 pm

The patterns can be inexpensive if you shop at JoAnn’s and use the coupon’s you get in the mail to buy the patterns that are on sale. However, the fabric is ridiculously expensive. Even the fabric that is on clearance is still quite expensive. I am not that great of a sewer myself, so I just make little ‘crafty’ things with the fabric scraps that my Grandma gives me(she is a quilter) and use patterns I find on Pinterest. If the fabric and the patterns weren’t so bloody expensive, I would probably become a better sewer and make more stuff. It is a shame, really, because back in the day, woman were able to afford some fabric and patterns on any budget and now it is the complete opposite. Thanks for posting these though. These are really great resources. Have a great weekend 🙂

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17 Jen November 20, 2014 at 9:29 am

I agree that the price of fabric is really expensive at the fabric stores. I do shop second hand stores for fabric remnants, though. I wanted to do some embroidered towels for Christmas. At two different second hand stores, I found the perfect cotton fabric. I got several yards at each place for just a couple dollars. Now I have enough to make lots of them for practically nothing each. Fabric for things like the market tote or cosmetics bag is easy to find, too. And if your lucky maybe even something for a blouse or skirt. Check it out. It’s totally worth a few minutes to check there first.

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18 Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes June 8, 2014 at 1:52 pm

Great list! Thanks for sharing at Freedom Fridays.

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19 Kristina & Millie June 8, 2014 at 9:28 pm

Awesome list! If you haven’t, I hope you will stop by our blog and link yourself to our “Share your Talent” directory.

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20 Mel {MamaBuzz} June 9, 2014 at 11:16 am

This is an awesome selection of patterns, Merissa! Definitely want to check out the pattern for those Un-Paper Towels and other home items. Thanks so much for sharing on Inspire Me Wednesday. Featuring you in this week’s issue.

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21 Jenny Layton June 10, 2014 at 7:52 pm

This is so great! Thanks for sharing all of these great patterns. And thanks for linking up to the Be.YOU.Tiful link party!

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22 Easy Life Meal & Party Planning June 10, 2014 at 11:42 pm

Thank you for sharing this fabulous post on the Four Seasons Blog Hop! What a great collection of free sewing patterns. I checked some of them out and they are great and free to boot! We thought this was such a great resource for people that it is being featured on this week’s party! Congrats.
Terri Henkels

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23 patricia September 16, 2014 at 3:43 pm

great website but I have a question, I work at Walmart and we just got our fabric back after not having for several years. I am looking for simple ideas to show to beginning crafters and experienced crafters both and would like to display some of your ideas. I am not talking about giving out your patterns but I would like to be able to tell people where I got the ideas. Do I have your permission to do this?

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24 Merissa September 16, 2014 at 5:04 pm

Of course! You can simply refer them to site and tell them to search for free sewing patterns. We have a lot listed here that would be helpful. 🙂

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25 Joan November 5, 2014 at 2:34 pm

Omg THANK YOU! These are beautiful patterns.

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26 Renee November 30, 2014 at 12:43 am

Thanks for the list! Can’t wait to try out a bunch of new baby patterns!

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27 Ashley @ PioneerMomma.com December 8, 2014 at 12:35 am

Thank you so much for all of these! I am going to try the maxi skirt one first. I’ve recently found that I LOVE maxi skirts lol. Just stopping by to let you know that your post will be featured in tonight’s linkup! Pinned 🙂

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28 Katie January 21, 2016 at 4:06 am

Great! Thanks for these… dying to get back into sewing

#brilliantblogpost

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29 Rebecca January 25, 2016 at 10:28 am

Wow, what a great list of patterns. Thanks so very much. And you are right, patterns have gotten so pricey that I never buy them unless they are on sale. I pinned this post for later and will use a lot !!!!

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30 Long Ladies January 27, 2016 at 11:34 am

What an amazing list! How generous of you to provide these patterns, and for free! Thank you so much!

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31 Diane | An Extraordinary Day January 28, 2016 at 9:28 pm

Seeing all these great patterns reminds me that I really need to get back to sewing.

Thanks for sharing your terrific round-up with us at Project Inspire{d}!
Hope you have a great weekend. See you Monday?

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32 Jennifer A February 2, 2016 at 9:02 pm

What a great resource, thanks for sharing on the Homestead Blog Hop!

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33 Sew My Place April 5, 2016 at 3:53 am

Excellent list. Thanks so much for sharing.

Regards

Jan

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