Free Printable Sewing Patterns

Need some new projects? This huge list of free printable sewing patterns is a great place to start! These patterns are wonderful for everyone from the beginner to the expert seamstress.

A big list of 30 FREE printable sewing patterns and tutorials for women, children, accessories, and home projects. Plenty to keep you busy for a while! #freeprintablesewingpatterns #freepatterns #freesewing #sewingpatterns

Free Printable Sewing Patterns

One of the best ways to cut household costs is by sewing your own clothes, bags, and toys. However, if you have to pay a lot for patterns, some of those savings go down the drain! Thankfully, there are lots of  fun and FREE printable sewing patterns available  to use.

Plus, when you sew your own items, you know your items will be durable and beautifully customized to your tastes. Check out these free printable sewing patterns and see what fits your personality.

brothersewing

I have a Brother CS6000i sewing machine for all of my sewing projects and I just love it! It’s served me well for several years now without an issue. My favorite feature is that you don’t need to use a foot pedal with the machine, you can simply push the little button on the front, adjust the speed, and away you go! Perfect for those (like me) with a little bit of a lead foot when it comes to a sewing machine!

Free Printable Sewing Patterns For the Home

Free Sewing Patterns (mostly crafts, home decor, and toys) at Craft Buds

This site features many different freebie sewing patterns so there is a lot to choose from if you are looking for a starter project!

Ten Minute Table Runner

10 Minute Table Runner

You can find the pattern for this simple table runner right here on Little House Living. This tutorial is so easy that you can make one of these in just 10 minutes.

Burlap Curtains

These Burlap curtains are a great idea for rustic country decor and you can usually find inexpensive burlap. This would be a great budget project.

Wall Organizer

Use this wall organizer to store magazines, books, toys, recipes, or anything else that needs to not be scattered around the house!

Homemade Clothespin Bag

Looking for something you can place your clothespins in when you are line drying clothes? Here’s how to create a clothespin bag out of an old pair of jeans!

Christmas Stocking Sewing Pattern

Simple Christmas Stocking

If you want to make some custom stockings for Christmas, you have to check out this pattern. Aren’t they just so pretty?

Easy Quilted Placemat Pattern

Another fun quilted project are these colorful placemats.

Custom Window Valance

This is a great tutorial because it shows you how to make a valance to fit any size of window. Perfect if you have a window in an odd size.

Finished Snowman Pot Holder

Snowman Potholder Pattern

If your home needs some new potholders or you are looking for a great gift to give someone for Christmas, this pattern is perfect!

Homemade Hand Towel Pattern

I always have one of these hanging hand towels on my oven to quickly dry my hands when I need to. Here’s how to sew them!

—If you love to sew you might also want to check out our article on where to buy cheap fabric.

Free Printable Sewing Patterns

Free Printable Sewing Patterns For Women

 

Wrap Dress Pattern

This little dress looks so comfy and simple to make! It would be a great easy summer dress.

Make Your Own Skirt Pattern

If you want to make your own skirts based off of a skirt that you already have and love, this tutorial will show you how!

Summer Drape Top Pattern

I love this simple pattern. These tops are cute with shorts or capris for summer!

How to Sew a Gathering Apron

Need something that you can gather eggs or veggies in this summer? This little apron will be perfect for the job!

Homemade Cloth Pads

This one won’t be a tutorial for everyone, but personally I LOVE using cloth pads! They are easy to make and can be reused for a long time.

—Need to find a great deal on fabric? I love ordering from Fabric.com. They usually change the sales each week and their fabric quality is amazing.

Free Printable Sewing Patterns For Baby and Kids

Child Car Cape

If you are like me and struggle to find something to keep the kids warm in the car, this is a great project to make! These look nice and warm.

Quilted Patchwork Bib Pattern

I love this little bib pattern. It takes a simple bib and turns it into something colorful, unique, and cute!

Owl Apron Pattern

This sweet little apron would make a great gift for any little one in your life. I love the bright colors!

How to Make a Baby Receiving Blanket in just 10 minutes!

Baby Receiving Blanket Pattern

I love this simple baby blanket because it can be made in just 10 minutes! So many pattern and color possibilities plus you can dress up the stitching to make it fancier.

American Girl Doll Dress Patterns

If you have a little girl that loves 18-inch dolls, you have to grab some of these patterns!

Homemade Baby Toys

Homemade Baby Toys

Those little “taggie” toys are so cute and babies love them, but they are so spendy! Here’s how to make your own.

Highchair Seat Cushion

If you have an older highchair or a highchair that is just in need of covering, this will be a great pattern to use. It would also work great if you have a gender specific highchair cover and you need to change it up!

—We also have a Cheap Crafts and Homemade Gifts page with even more fun DIY projects!

Free Printable Sewing Patterns

Free Printable Sewing Patterns for Accessories

Waxed Canvas Pouch

If you need a little something to carry things in your purse or to place a gift in. This is a great idea!

City Tote Tutorial and Pattern

This is a cute bag tutorial! You could use this bag as either a purse or a diaper bag, or maybe just to carry more craft supplies in!

DIY Toothbrush Roll

This doesn’t have to be just for toothbrushes.  This makes a great traveling make-up and brush holder.  What makes this roll nice for toothbrushes is it is made with a hand towel which will soak up water.

Buttercup Bag Tutorial and Pattern

Here’s another cute bag or purse tutorial, this one for a little bit smaller bag than the one pictured above.

Pleated Tote Tutorial

I love this bag because to me it looks like a great book bag! I would definitely make this to take to the library. It would be fun to make one for each family member as their book bags as well.

One Yard Apron Pattern

If you only have one yard of fabric but need to make an apron for yourself or for a gift, this is a great basic tutorial to follow!

Market Tote Bag

Market Tote Bag Pattern

This tote bag is a perfect heavy-duty reusable shopping bag.

A simple Google search will help you find even more free printable sewing patterns that may be available. With everything from small craft projects to simple clothing that you can make for your family, you should be able to get by with finding free patterns rather than having to pay full price for expensive patterns.

Another great place to look for patterns and not spend a lot is thrift stores and garage sales. Many patterns are donated when an older person moves out of their home and thrift stores have a hard time selling them so they sell them for a very inexpensive price!

Find more Free Simple Sewing Patterns here and Even More Free Sewing Patterns here!

What will your next project be? Do you know any other good places to find free printable sewing patterns?

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This post about free printable sewing patterns has been updated as of December 2018.

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42 Comments

  1. thanks for sharing these! the little girls bubble dress pattern appears to no longer be free ($8 on etsy) . . .

  2. Thank you so much for sharing this information! I went to Butterick’s site and found a free wrap dress pattern! Downloading and printing a pattern is a new experience for me.

  3. Hi all, I’m a beginner who is thinking about sewing, I want to get out there and purchase a sewing machine (not too expensive) but I am unsure of which type to buy since I have am a rookie, any suggestions?.Thanks again for the nice article.

    1. I have a very simple Brother sewing machine that I really love! It’s easy to use (not too many settings and buttons) but still gets the job done for anything that I need.

  4. Thanks for sharing! Having a quality pattern is very important when making a beautiful piece!

  5. Good Morning! Thank you for the links. I found that these two

    Two-Tone Blouse Pattern

    Super-Cute free printable sewing patterns from Burda Style

    go to the same place–Burda. Is this supposed to happen that way? Thanks again and have a great day.

  6. Thank you so much for featuring some of my patterns on your page. It’s very much appreciated. Some of the others were new to me too.

  7. What an excellent resource for us crafters! Thank you so much for all of the time you’ve so clearly put into your website. It is very appreciated!:) my only complaint is that you have too many wonderful things to look at and I can’t decide where to start! take care.

  8. Hi I just came across your site and thought t was a great idea. So I started to click on your links and they’re not working. ☹️

    1. Hi Stephanie, I tried the links this morning and only the Butterick links seem to not be working for me so I’ve removed them. Could you tell me which other links you are having trouble with?

  9. I had no idea you could get patterns for free – I am behind the times! Will check these out, thanks!

  10. So many great patterns to try. Waiting for the day I get more time to sew uninterrupted! Visiting from Craftastic Mondays party.

  11. Just found your website–excited to find just what I need for church project–but nothing will come up but one item and it would not print–can you help?

  12. Thank you, once again. The timing of this blog is wonderful, once again. I just traded in a sewing machine that was incorrectly manufactured in Poland. I now have a Verve by Baby-lock. I am just getting ready to use it for the first time. The Verve is interesting because it is lightweight to take to possible classes with other sewers. If offers many stitches for sewing, a quilt table that attaches to the left, and embroidery in 4″x 4″ size. The machine has a mirror effect so that larger projects (quilts, fleece blankets) can hang off to the left of machine while sewing.

    I am at mid-life, and this is my new/old hobby, as I used to sew on an old Necchi (Italian made machine) in my teens. Thanks again for helping me get motivated into sewing again.

  13. wonderful ideas but just a warning the site for the 25 womens dresses and stuff doesnt work. There is no longer a site.

      1. You are so very welcome! And thank you for all the hard work you do providing us with awesome ideas we can add to our lives!

  14. The pattern for the green fabric basket, which the picture shows above holding different color fabrics inside, when I went to get the free pattern, they are trying to charge me one dollar for the pattern. I thought you should know.

  15. The example for the green texture bushel, which the image shows above holding diverse shading textures inside, when I went to get the free example, they are attempting to charge me one dollar for the example. I figured you should know.

  16. The example for the green texture bushel, which the image shows above holding diverse shading textures inside, when I went to get the free example, they are attempting to charge me one dollar for the example. I figured you should know.

  17. Hi Merissa,

    I love your emails and website. I read your emails daily and always find something useful. I’ve been a housewife for 53 years and I’m still learning. You are the only blog that I read daily.

    I also own your model of the Brother Sewing machine. I adore it and know there is not a better machine out there for that price. Your sponsors always give great products and value.

    Thank you for all that you give.

    Strawberry Jan

  18. Do you have a pattern for a storage bag with multiiple pockets that could hang on the back of a flat seatback and hold items like a small handbag or cleaning supplies or small trash bags. I drive school bus and am looking for something to put on a seat back that would give me a bit more storage.