Even More Free Printable Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

Looking for some new sewing ideas for yourself or to make as a gift? This list is full of more free sewing patterns that you will enjoy making!

Looking for some new sewing ideas for yourself or a gift? This list is full of more free sewing patterns that you will enjoy making! #freeprintable #freesewingpatterns #printable sewing patterns

More Free Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

I love finding free printable sewing patterns on the internet when I can. It seems like the cost of a pattern at the fabric store just continues to rise and put that with the cost of fabric and it just doesn’t even make sense to sew things at home anymore! I’ve already made two big lists of free sewing patterns which you can find here: Free Printable Sewing Patterns and here: Free Simple Sewing Patterns.

If you need even more printable sewing patterns and tutorials…I’ve got a brand new big list for you today! Hopefully, you can find something here that you can use for your next project or craft. I know that I will be using several of these free patterns as gifts for Christmas this year so I’m saving them for later. If you’re looking for a good place to find pretty fabrics at an affordable price, check out Fabric.com, I love getting my fabric from them!

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Women’s Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

DIY Maxi Skirt

15 Minute Simple Skirt

Elastic Waist Dress

Denim Skirt Pattern

DIY Hoodie

Lindy Petal Skirt Pattern

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Things for Kids Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

10 Minute Baby Blanket

Play Grocery Bags

Girls Apron Pattern

Boys Apron Pattern

Homemade Baby Toys

Contoured Burp Cloth

Panda Bear Hooded Towel

Bunny Sewing Pattern

Cuddle Buddy Bear

Fabric Applique Onesie

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Household Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

15 Minute Pillow Covers

Make Your Own Roman Shades

Amish Folded Star Hot Pad

Snowman Hot Pad

Fabric Box

Fabric Photo Magnets

Old Jeans Rag Rug

Homemade Hand Towels

Homemade Heating Pad and Cover

How to Make Rag Rugs

Quilted Placemat Tutorial

10 Minute Table Runner

Stackable Scrap Bucket

How to Sew a Gathering Apron

Accessory Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

Reusable Market Tote Bag

Fox Book Bag

Bucket Bag Pattern

Gathering Apron

Dish Towel Apron

Easy Half Apron

Farm Girl Apron

Infinity Scarf Pattern

Flower Zipper Pouch

Turban Headband

Ready to start sewing? Grab some basic supplies and let’s get started! Here are a few of the basic supplies I keep on hand.

  1. A sewing machine  I use this Brother Computerized Sewing Machine. It’s not too fancy for a beginner, but it has enough bells and whistles (and different stitches) that even a more advanced seamstress would like it too.
  2. Fabric – I order my favorite fabrics from Fabric.com
  3. Fabric scissors – It’s important to have a good pair of fabric scissors for your sewing projects. Make sure they get used for anything else so they stay sharp and work well on various fabrics and materials. Find the perfect pair here.
  4. Pins & pin cushion – Having pins and a pincushion to keep them in is a must for any level of seamstress. They are just a few dollars and well worth it!

To read more about the sewing supplies that I use, check out this post.

Need more sewing projects and ideas? Here are some more you might enjoy.

Which free pattern are you going to try first?

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This post on More Free Sewing Patterns was originally published on Little House Living in August 2015. It has been updated as of August 2019.

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8 Comments

  1. Thank you for compiling this list. I saw several projects to do in the winter. Especially love the farm girl apron.

  2. Thanks so much for including our girl’s and boy’s apron patterns! We had such fun making them (and the kids still wear them all the time!), so we hope they’re a help to your readers!
    Pinning this to try more of the patterns!

  3. Thank you Merissa. I was just looking for more patterns to do for the winter. LOTS of great ideas.
    p.s. side note: you said you were getting lots of melons – we dehydrate our cantaloupe. Nothing like it come cold January.

  4. Thank you so much for the free sewing patterns. Hopefully, I will be using some of your patterns once all the canning and freezing is done for the year. I have followed your blog for several months now and , thoroughly, enjoy reading and implementing your ideas (as I have the time).

  5. I was looking for the 10 minute baby blanket. There were no directions, no pattern, nothing except the picture.