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Free skirt PatternsNewly Updated. 51 free skirt patterns, most of which are new. Latest sections include mini skirts, maxi skirts, maternity skirts and wrap skirts.

Five years ago, it was hard to find even one free skirt pat­tern on the in­ter­net. Now­a­days, doz­ens of free skirt pat­terns abound.

For beginners, try a simple elastic waistband skirt or a pillowcase skirt. Ad­vanced seam­stres­ses might enjoy try­ing their hand at an a-line skirt or an 8 gore skirt. Some ex­perts may want to ad­vance their skills by learn­ing to draft easy pat­terns com­pletely from scratch. Just deter­mine your skill level, pick out some wonder­ful fab­ric, and get started!

Here are some free skirt patterns that I especial­ly like.

Recycled Skirts

A-Line Skirts

Peasant Skirts

Maternity Skirts

Mini Skirts

Maxi Skirts

Wrap Skirts

Other Skirts

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17 Comments

  1. Vera Woodbridge says:

    I would like a pattern for a circular skirt, please Many thanks

  2. Jayla says:

    Thank you so much for this! I’ve got links all randomly saved on my computer and this will be a much better resource when the sewing bug bites (which happens every spring when weather is too yucky to head out much)

    To Vera, there are at least 3 circle skirts listed as well as a half-circle skirt. Unless I misunderstood your post?

  3. Pat says:

    to many years ago in my Home Ec Sewing class, we made a box pleated skirt without a pattern, just using measurments. Am teaching my grand daughter to sew and would love to be able to pass the pattern on to her. There must be someone out there that knows how to make this skirt. Thanks in advance.

  4. Michelle says:

    Looking for patterns for a split skirt/culottes – sizes girls & ladies. Many thanks!

  5. Jaz says:

    This is a great site… anyone have a pattern for making mid length (knee length) fishtail skirts?

  6. Matt Cooksey says:

    I need to find a pattern for a skirt to be used in a Mexican Hat Dance. Help!

  7. janine says:

    i would like a pattern for a spanish riding skirt for my daughter, it would be very much appreciated, thank you

  8. admin says:

    Does anyone know of one? I took a look on Google and didn’t see anything.

    -Annette

  9. Bri says:

    I was thinking a fleece maxi skirt would be a great alternative to those snuggle blankets that are so popular. Finding a very simple pattern has been a challenge, especially for this beginner sewer. Suggestions and simple patterns would be so welcome.

  10. admin says:

    Good idea! If anyone knows of any free patterns or instructions, please send the url.

    -Annette

  11. Marion says:

    Looking for a Women’s Plus 3X pattern for a cullotte style half slip

  12. admin says:

    If anyone knows of any, please send a link. Thanks!

    -Annette

  13. GIANNA VIT says:

    BEEN TRYING FOR 18 MTHS TO FIND A JEAN SKIRT THAT IS CALF LENGHT AND I HAVE NOT BEEN LUCKY. i STUMBLED UPON THIS SITE AND THANK YOU: i WILL HAVE TO MAKE MY OWN…

  14. Esther says:

    Many Thanks Looking for cropped skirt patterns.

  15. admin says:

    Hi Esther,

    I’ll be happy to see if I can help you with your search for a cropped skirt pattern. I just need a little more information. Long or short? Tailored or loose? Formal or Casual? Please send me a few more details.

    -Annette

  16. shawna says:

    Love this website! Thanks so much. Now if I can just utilize it! I still haven’t finished the pullover hoodie I was knitting for my daughter last fall…. I know, maybe when I’m a senior citizen in my 70s it’ll get finished!

  17. Stella says:

    Simply AWESOME !! Thank you..this is just what I needed to bring back some life into my wardrobe without going into a big expense.

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