Your Favourite Simple Sewing Patterns

Are you a relatively new maker and looking for a bit of inspiration? Or are you looking for a simple project to whip up in a few hours? Well we’ve got you covered, I’ve been looking at the most sewn patterns out there and picked out some simple makes for you guys to get your teeth stuck into. As usual with these types of blog posts I’ve got a little carried away and I’ve split them into sections. I don’t know about you but I love seeing what patterns are popular with other people so there is the run down…

Tops:

There are some fantastic patterns in this section, I’ve tried to include some wardrobe basics alongside some patterns with interesting details. Make sure you go have a look at these and there are loads of reviews so you can see them out in the wild.

  1. Ogden Cami sewing pattern from True Bias
  2. Square Neck Top sewing pattern from Friday Pattern Company.
  3. Whitcomb Top sewing pattern from Sew Love Patterns
  4. Collage Gather Top sewing pattern from Matchy Matchy Sewing Club
  5. Block Tee sewing pattern from Paper Theory Patterns
  6. Islares Top sewing pattern from Itch to Stitch
  7. Remy Raglan Top sewing pattern from Sew House Seven
  8. Tarifa Tee sewing pattern from French Navy

Jumpers:

All the patterns featured in this section are made with stretch fabric. Some people are put off sewing with these types of fabric but trust me they really are easy to use.

  1. Blackwood Cardigan sewing pattern from Helen’s Closet
  2.  Marlo Sweater sewing pattern from True Bias
  3. Toaster Sweaters sewing pattern from Sew House Seven
  4. LB Pullover sewing pattern from Paper Theory Patterns

Bottoms:

I think the indie designers have served us so fantastically with simple items to put on our bottom halves. Whether you are looking for a simple skirt or trousers then there are so many fantastic options. Most of these patterns have elasticated waists making the fitting on these much easier.

  1. Mathilde Skirt sewing pattern from Merchant & Mills
  2. Free Range Slacks sewing pattern from Sew House Seven
  3. Pomona Pants and Shorts sewing pattern from Anna Allen
  4. Winslow Culottes sewing pattern from Helen’s Closet
  5. Chanterelle Pants and Shorts sewing pattern from Sew Liberated

Dresses:

I think there is a bit of an illusion that there aren’t easy dress sewing patterns out there but worry not I am here to show you the best of the bunch.

  1. Hallon Dress sewing pattern from Paradise Patterns
  2. Horizon Day Dress sewing pattern from Matchy Matchy Sewing Club
  3. Paloma Dress sewing pattern from Ready to Sew
  4. Stevie Tunic sewing pattern from Tilly and the Buttons
  5. Cielo Top and Dress sewing pattern from Closet Core Patterns
  6. V-neck Shift Dress sewing pattern from The Maker’s Atelier

Outerwear:

I know what you are thinking  – there aren’t simple jackets out there. But you are wrong!

  1. Pona Jacket sewing pattern from Helen’s Closet
  2. Nelly Coat sewing pattern from JULIANA MARTEJEVS
  3. Berlin Jacket sewing pattern from Tessuti Fabrics
  4. Moss Jacket sewing pattern from Helen’s Closet

Accessories:

Let’s talk accessories… one of the fastest and in my opinion finest makes. The great thing about this section is that there are few if any fitting issues at all. Hurrah! So if you are looking for a new hat for summer, a bag for all your shopping or something a little cosier you are in the right place

  1. Audrey Hooded Scarf sewing pattern from Merchant & Mills
  2. Clara Collar sewing pattern from JULIANA MARTEJEVS
  3. Studio Tunic sewing pattern from Sew Liberated
  4. Bucket Hat is a free sewing pattern from Merchant & Mills
  5. Town Bag sewing pattern from Grainline Studio
  6. Emma Tote Bag sewing pattern from Bara Studio
  7. Mule Tote sewing pattern from Kylie & The Machine
  8. Silvie Scrunchie is a free sewing pattern from JULIANA MARTEJEVS

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