Hello there, thanks for visiting us today! This is From the Archives: 18 Free summer patterns
Since the summer has already taken off, I wanted to create a fun roundup post with all the Summer Free Pattern from our site. They cover from tops to dresses, handbags and a casual pair of pants.
If you are new at the website, this post is the ideal for you!
Start by looking at the top options:
A line top:
Easy and 50’s inspired A-line top with in-seam pockets
An easy to wear 70’s inspired a-line top with short, flared sleeves
A fit and flared knit sleeveless dress with a cowl neckline and semi circle skirt.
Pleated top pattern:
A great addition to this summer is an easy to make pleated top. You can visit Bernina Blog Weallsew for more information and the PDF pattern file.
Short sleeves hoodie:
This is one of my favorite patterns for T-shirts: It is a cute short sleeve knit top with a hoodie.
The 70’s inspired suede fringe handbag is one of my most popular patterns. Check for full details and pattern here
Who doesn’t love a princess seam dress? The Jeannette Dress features a knit dress with princess seams and flare sleeves.
The Easy Hoodie:
This is one of the most popular tops at On the Cutting Floor; easy to make, great to wear and fun to hack to make your own style out of this.
The fringe Clutch:
A lovely fringe clutch will be your go-to pattern for a simple, yet fun project.
The Zoey Dress:
This loose fit, short flared sleeves is definitely something you want to wear this summer. Super chic and wearable, choose a fun print and you are ready for the season!
The Crop top:
This is a great addition to your wardrobe, the top holds a waistband to simulate a shorter top. The pattern also features a tailored 3/4 sleeve and a beautiful detail on the back. Check for more here:
This is definitely THE dress of the website. Super chic and easy to make. Follow the tutorial for a quick project.
The Jessica Dress:
This dress features a V-neckline and a gathered skirt with a shirred waistband. You can also see a beautiful detail on the back on the link below:
The Sofia Skirt:
One of my very first women’s pattern. The PDF has been updated to a better fit gathered skirt. Enjoy!
The Yoga skirt:
This pattern has also been updated to letter and A 4 format. Also check on the Sally skirt for an easy variation
The broadneck top:
This top features long sleeves and a wide scoop neckline. Hack the pattern for a short sleeves options and add the Casual pants for a winner outfit!
Well, I hope you have enjoy this post and let me know which pattern is your favorite.