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Free Sewing Patterns




Frog Slippers in Adult and Children’s Sizes
Grandma’s Playhouse
Baby Footies
Crib Sheets
Crib Sheets
Super Simple Crib

Newborn Sleeper

No-Sew Child’s Fleece Poncho

Child’s Reversible Flap Hat

Hug Me Teddy Bear

Hood Scarf

Baby Towel Bathrobe

Chemo Caps and Preemie Hats

Newborn Sling

With Sleeves

Diaper Bag

Fitted Cloth Diaper

Simple Shade Tent

Children’s Beret, Muff and Scarf

Quilt Block Apron
for little girls
size 4-6




Easy Skirt in Less Than
An Hour
Turn a
Sweatshirt into a Jacket
Slippers in Adult and Children’s Sizes

Adult Slippers
Polar Fleece Scarf
Fall Stamped T Shirt
Ribbon Belt

Patriotic Apron

Recycled Jean Skirt
Chemo Turbans

Pleated Embroidered Apron





Ivy and Pansies Armchair Caddy

Valentine Wreath

How to Make Cafe Curtains

Reversible Valance
Cafe Curtains

No-Sew Scarf Curtains

Chef’s Hat

Table Runner

Bias Tape

Sewing Machine

Wrist Rest
Dream Pillow

Gingerbread Wreath

Easy Tree Skirt
Duvet Cover

Gathered Dust Ruffle

Roses and Ribbon Tablecloth
Dining Chair Slip
Shower Curtain

12 Days of Christmas Card Holder
Bean Bag Chair
Futon or Lounge





Cherry Blossom Bag Pattern

Blue-Jean Book Bag


Clean Sweep Apron

Jean Purse

Zippered Coin Purse



21 Responses to “Free Sewing Patterns”

  1. Florian said

    I found your blog via google by accident and have to admit that youve a really interesting blog 🙂
    Just saved your feed in my reader, have a nice day 🙂

  2. shirley said

    Thanks for your website. It is great. I printed the directions for the baby bathrobe. Hope mine turns out as nice as yours.
    Thanks again.

  3. kathie said

    Great site. Loved visiting and will be back again. I work with women in impoverished and abusive situation here in Costa Rica. I teach them crafts that allow them to improve their lives economically as will as teaching them about the love of God.


  4. Just could not stop looking. I am saving your site and will be back again. for patterns. I sew for Charities. GOOD JOB!! And Thanks,
    God Bless

  5. Just could not stop looking. Love your patterns. I will be visiting again for patterns. I sew for charities… GOOD JOB! God Bless!

  6. Michelle Burke said

    You have a very interesting site. I came across it by looking for a bathrobe pattern. I want to make my son a robe he can wear after his swim lessons (in between the pool and the locker room), but can’t find any for toddlers/kids sizes 4T/XS. Any suggestions?? Thank you!

  7. Sandy said

    How great of you to post these. I really like the idea for the sweatshirt. Definitely going to do this, have a couple jacket zippers at hand.

  8. Jeri said

    I’ve been searching for the twelve days of christmas cardholder FOREVER!!!! But was so disappointed to find the link had been removed. Any way you can help me find the pattern somewhere else? Please please please help!

  9. mommybear said


    I found the Christmas Card Holder pattern in a PDF format:

  10. Sonja Otto said

    thank you !!!!! fantastic website, losts of ideas to make, and the nice part, the full pattern is with the item also. thank you again 🙂

  11. Sonja Otto said

    this is the best website ever i have discover, please do keep up the good work, and the very easy step by step pattern instructions how to assemble your item 🙂

  12. Kathleen said

    Thank you! A number of the patterns are exactly what I’ve been trying to find to make for our 2-yr-old grandson’s upcoming transplant hospitalization. With many crafty aunts, uncles and grandmas we’re hoping to have him and his mom feeling at home while they are far away from family.

    Again, thank you.

  13. Anjette said

    This is the neatest site. I found it while searching for a pattern for an insulated soda can cover, (one I could sew myself.)

    I love your patterns & will share this site with fellow sewer/quilters.

    Thanks for this great place to surf ‘n smile.

  14. I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the good work. Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  15. Ann said

    What an awesome site. Will be back I really enjoyed your free patterns. Ann

  16. Anonymous said

    Thanks, this is very cool.
    I love to sew but no idea at anything at all.
    First timer here.

  17. Thanks, this is very cool.
    I love to sew but no idea at anything at all.
    First timer here.

  18. Lucia said

    Now i don’t know what to chose from all this for my next sewing class…. Cotton Tapestries are my fav !

  19. sharon said

    looking for bathrobe made of towels for adults

  20. Very nice patterns, very helpful for a first timer.

  21. june said

    Hello,I run a craft club for seniors in the UK oldest lady being 93yrs old but who are always saying how cold their feet get so your slippers pattern will make great xmas gifts for them. Found your site by chance but will use it again. thank you

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