Support Our Site
If you can donate a few dollars to help us keep running the site, we would be very grateful!
Search This Site
Join Our Weekly EmailDon't miss another FREE pattern!
Subscribe to our Saturday newsletter below and never miss another FREE pattern.
Submit A Link
If you have a pattern that you would like us to consider publishing on Sewing4Free, please click the button and submit the link for review.
Bow tie bib tutorial If you have a drooler, then you know you need this cute bow tie bib. A soaking wet shirt, spits marks on everything, rashy skin beneath the wet clothing, etc. The front of each bib is cut from a button-up shirt and a bit of scrap … Continue reading
This mini taggie quilt tutorial would make the ideal gift for a friend who is having a baby. More interesting than a taggie blanket but just as snugly for the child. It is made using fat quarters so it’s a great way to use up any fat quarters you have … Continue reading
Hooded towels are awesome – put a silly monster face on it and you have a winner (and big smiles all around). These are sure to please kids of any ages, and would make great gifts too. The easy step by step tutorial is easy to follow and there’s lots … Continue reading
Kids love fleece – warm, cozy, and comfortable. Mom’s love how easy it is to toss in the wash. This jacket is sure to please everyone. Easy to put together, with maximum results – my favorite kind of project :). And for a little extra *oomph*, the hand embroidery … Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is a time to show those we are closest to how much we love and appreciate them. What better way to show the love than with a handmade goodie bag for all those treats we want to lavish on them. You can easily personalize this bag with your valentine’s initials and their favorite colors. The … Continue reading
For all the Valentines your child will receive, they’ll need a special place to store them. Create this holiday project that the kids will love. Let the Valentines Mail Pouch Tutorial teach you how. Leave it up all year for little notes and gifts for special occasions or an extra … Continue reading
I love this children’s tie pattern! Using the fun fabrics available can turn an everyday tie into a smile event. Your boys might even want to head to the fabric store with you and pick out their own material. The tutorial includes patterns and instructions for velcro and elastic ties in … Continue reading
I found this easy and creative play house that opens to a mat on CookCleanCraft. Felt, scissors, some glue, a little velcro, and a touch of sewing and you’ve got a handy take anyway play house. It’s got plenty of space to carry cars, dolls, and other toys. As an added … Continue reading