Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Free PDF patterns for you

There are so many indy pattern companies looking to catch your interest.  I occasionally find some gems, and hope you do too in the list below:

Perfect Beach dress from So Sew Easy


The Nyssa dress  from Mood Fabrics



Free patterns from pattern easy

The drop sleeve top from The Avid Seamstress-free when you sign up for their newsletter.

The Ruffle Sleeve top from Peppermint Magazine, which offers info and free patterns.
Boxy topVariety of patterns also from Peppermint Magazine.



A variety of craft pattern pieces and a shift dress is found at Made To Sew
 


Athina Top from Tessuti Fabrics

Some really cute patterns at Itch to Stitch and her downloads are so easy to work with!  I have this pattern for a knit skirt---->

As soon as I finish the 2 blouses I am working on, I plan to make do some printing and taping :-)  
Here is what is in my studio right now:  

 I have this pinned together trying to decide if I like the combination of fabrics I chose.  While the solid linen is very heavy and coarse, I think I can finesse the neckline notch if I am careful.  I love the little pocket which will be perfect for carrot treats. 







The McCall's pattern on the left is a wrap blouse and we all know how pretty they are to look at and how hard to wear.  I have extra ties cut out and ready to install, as well as snaps. :-) 


Happy summer sewing!

9 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing these patterns.. Some really cute ones.. I need to go and buy some more ink... and get to printing/taping..
    Happy sewing.

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  2. You're welcome Judy. Free is good!

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  3. Some nice patterns and companies there Mary! Thank you for compiling and passing them on. Are you liking the cut on sleeve on that McCalls pattern?

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    1. It is still on my dressform. I will do a review in a few days when I finish it. I like it so far.

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  4. Thanks for the links Mary. I agree about Itch to Stitch. Her patterns just seem to fit me with not much alteration which is a very pleasant change for me. I also love that you only have to print the size(s) you want.

    Not many people look for pockets big enough for carrrots. Perhaps designers should think more about that. ��

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    1. Itch to Stitch is at the top of my fave list lately. As for treat pockets, I always find a way to add them to my "barn shirts".

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  5. Oh yes, you must have carrot treat pockets! What a great round up of free patterns. Glad you are back with us sewing - your last twelve months have been not so easy for you.

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    1. Hi Sarah Liz! I have been scouring the internet for freebies, and new pattern companies. I am starting to see the same patterns over and over and over.

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