Shirts are much more complicated to make than skirts. Necklines need to fit perfectly, sleeves need to be set neatly and bodices need to sit correctly. That’s why there aren’t a lot of free shirt patterns available on the internet.
DIY Macrame Fringe Top
Thirty Minute Kimono Jacket
Mod Black And White T-Shirt DIY
Plantain T-Shirt Pattern
High Low Shirt Tutorial
Easy T-Shirt Pattern
Oversized Tribal Cardigan
Bands & Buttons Raglan Top
DIY Sweater Refashion
Dolman Sleeve Top
Ruffle Waterfall Tee
Hemlock Tee Pattern
Free Blouse Pattern
Ruffle Tube Top
Free Crop Top Tank Pattern
Pattern For A Bandeau
Serape Shirt Pattern
Halter Top Pattern
Free Ruffled Top Pattern
Sweet Camie Pattern
Button Up to 2-Block Top Tutorial
Simple Scarf Halter Top
Boxy Top Tutorial
Anthropologie Shirt Refashion
T-Shirt to Halter Top
Diagonal Color Block Shirts
DIY Oversize T-Shirt Refashion
Chiffon Bottom Shirt Redo
Peasant Top From Men’s Shirt
Peplum Blouse Refashion
Refashioned Man’s Shirt
Ruffle Shirt Tutorial
DIY Tiered Lace Shift Top
Tie-Front Cardigan Refashion Tutorial
Ruffled Lane Shirt Tutorial
Men’s Shirt Patterns
Free Hoodie Patterns
How to Tailor A Man’s Shirt
Man’s Shirt Pattern
Men’s Sweatshirt Refashion
Man’s T-Shirt Pattern
Drafting a Man’s Shirt Block
DIY Woman to Man’s Shirt
Colorful Hawaiian Shirt
Boys Shirt In Many Sizes
Free Hoodie Pattern
Boy’s Sweater Vest
Cerro Torre Shirt
Michael’s Cool Shirt Tutorial
DIY Ruffle Shirt Tutorial
One Hour PJ’s Pattern
Boy’s Vest Tutorial
Boy’s Hooded Sweatshirt
DIY Bear Hoodie
Modern Baby Doll Top
DIY Butterfly Sleeve Tunic
Raglan Tunic Top
Long Sleeve Peasant Top
Pleated Top Instructions
Free Raglan Shirt Pattern
The Lovebird Tunic
Girl’s Flutter Sleeve Top
Pleated Square Neck Tunic
Sweet Tea Tunic
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Kimonos have a grace and elegance not found in any other type of clothing. Full length kimonos make beautiful robes. Kimonos cut to hip length make wonderful jackets. Many people have even used the general style of the kimono, to make non-kimono dresses and blouses.
For general information on kimonos, including how to wear them check out this site.
Brief histories on the kimono, from earliest to present day. Lots of photos and illustration.
Traditional Kimono Pattens
Patterns for traditional kimono only. They can be used with a variety of sizes.
Americanized Kimono Patterns
Modern seamstresses have taken the look of the kimono and used it as the basis for many stylish fashions.
Inspiration only. Use the ideas you glean from these sources to create your own unique kimono.
The two links listed below are Amazon affiliate links. Amazon has a lot of other resources available, but I am reluctant to recommend anything else.
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There are very few free men’s sewing patterns available on the internet. I never looked at statistics but I would guess there are two hundred women’s patterns for every one pattern for men.
This is a list of the very best patterns available. Enjoy!!
DIY Distressed Jeans & Classic Jeans
How To Make Jogger Pants & DIY Running Pants
How To Make Camo Pants & Easy Fit Yoga Pants
Cut Off Shorts & Jammin’ Jammers
Men’s Shirt Pattern and Tutorial & Men’s T-shirt
Connect The Dots Shirt & Raglan Shirt Pattern
Men’s Raglan Shirt & Arrowsmith Shirt
Upside Down Pocket Shirt & Free Japanese Sewing Pattern
Underwear & Pajamas
How To Make Classic Boxers & Unisex Boxer Shorts
Comfy Pajama Pants & Cargo Pocket PJ Pants
Club Jacket & Man’s Fleece Hoodie
Loose To Fitted Jeans & Baggy To Skinny Jeans
From Hoodie To Pullover & Woman’s Top Refashion
Classic Thistle Bow Tie & DIY Bow Tie Pattern
DIY Ties & DIY Skinny Ties
Fedora Hat Pattern & Men’s Flat Cap Pattern
Safari Duffle & Duffle Totes
DIY Suspenders & DIY Pocket Squares
DY Leather Wallet & Fringed Scarf Tutorial
Adjustable Unisex Apron & BBQ Apron
From Button Down Shirt To Vest & Vests Make The Man
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Newly 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.
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I received an intriguing email last week, and because I think several other readers may be interested in my response, I’m answering the request in a post.
Question: I am a first time sewer and I want to make a simple, sleeveless, above the knee, dress for the summer. The dress should be lightweight and maybe have pockets. Do know of a pattern for that?
Answer: The easiest summer dress I know of, is this Shift Dress, I found on the Martha Stewart site. It’s made from a long, thrift store skirt, with an elastic band. It should be easy enough even for a beginner to enjoy sewing, but sadly, there are no pockets. Good luck!
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