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Free Clothing Patterns - over 1400 designs!
And if you happen to be a beginner who's just learning how to sew and you'd like
to sew a garment for your first sewing project, consider choosing a design that
consists of simple shapes such as an apron, a hat, a scarf, or one of the more basic
dress designs. This way, you'll likely finish your project faster and gain the
confidence that comes with a quick success.
And one thing you may want to keep in mind is that some of these designs don't
include an actual pattern template. However, these particular designs likely consist
of simple shapes you can easily measure and cut yourself.
Sewing Quick Tip:
If you don’t have quite enough fabric for your pattern layout, here are two things
you can try: Try spreading your fabric out in a single layer instead of doubling it.
This will give you more flexibility in arranging your pattern pieces, allowing you to
squeeze them all in. Just remember to cut opposites of the pattern pieces you’ll
need two of. You may even want to create two of each paper pattern piece to
make this task easier. Or, you can try placing some of your pattern pieces on the
“cross-grain” of your fabric (perpendicular to your fabric’s selvadges). Just keep in
mind that fabric cut on the cross-grain may hang differently than fabric cut “with
Welcome to the Free Clothing Patterns section at SewingSupport.com, where you'll
find a collection of over 1300 free clothing patterns & tutorials gathered from all
over the web. Sew dresses, aprons, shirts & blouses, skirts, hats, and more!
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