Free Skirt Sewing Patterns – over 100

Introducing an EPIC list of free skirt sewing patterns.

Over 100 Free Skirt Sewing Patterns. All styles. Easy to use clickable photo gallery takes you straight to the source. So Sew Easy.

I KNOW you all love free patterns – its the most searched for area of my site.  And you LOVE the Pinterest Group Board where you all share your favorite free sewing patterns.  And the Free Dress Patterns List was the biggest traffic generator on the site for weeks after it was published.

 

So, here you have it.  The BIG List of free skirt sewing patterns for every type and style of skirt you can imagine.  Over 100 at the time of publishing and growing as I find more great patterns to include.

Last updated on 30 April 2016.

 

Over 100 Free Skirt Sewing Patterns


Don’t forget to check out these other popular posts on this site:

So Sew Easy: Directory of Online Fabric Shops So Sew Easy - huge list of free dress patterns with photos and links Free lingerie sewing patterns plus swim suits and night wear. Features a photo of each - click the photo to go to the free sewing pattern. From So Sew Easy.

Also check out the Skirts Sewing Patterns board on Pinterest.

Follow Deby at So Sew Easy’s board Skirt patterns and tutorials on Pinterest.

And I would love to see more of your own sewing success.  Have you tried one of these patterns?  Was it easy to follow?  Did you love the end result or did it not turn out quite as expected?  If you have completed a project using any of the pattern links above, and posted about it on your site, do drop a link in the comments below so we can all take a look.

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27 Responses to Free Skirt Sewing Patterns – over 100

  1. Susan Cassady says:

    I’m looking for a skort pattern. For you youngsters, that’s a shorts pattern with a little panel on the front that makes it look like a skirt. I’m 64 and would like to look a little dressier sometimes, but still be comfortable.

  2. lesley jeffery says:

    Love all the choices of skirt patterns, any chance of some casual trouser patterns with/without front pleats, front waistband, with back elastic, and tapered leg and not too wide. It seems there is a lack of free trouser patterns around. Thank you

  3. ikmay59 says:

    Out of all these great patterns I still can’t find one for a simple A line skirt with a yoke. Oh well, back to the drawing board.

  4. Ginnie Wilcox says:

    Deby, I made the short Flirty skirt in nice cotton -rayon. Cute, Cute! But just not right. It has to be made of a stretch fabric. Fair warning gals.

  5. anikenitet says:

    Thanks a lot for all this wonderfull dress !! Have a good day !!

  6. Dorothy Van Pelt says:

    This is just fantastic. You have one of the best web sites. I can’t wait to make a few things and show you. I am having difficulty saving some tutorials like the basket weave basket pattern. I want to make it later but am afraid I won’t find it. Is there an easy way to save it to my computer. Thanks for all the patterns and teachings.

    • Deby Coles says:

      I have the same problem Dorothy, trying to save so much inspiration for later. That’s originally why I came to Pinterest, its really like a big visual bookmarking site. So now I can save things for later in my Pinterest folders and easily find them because there is a big picture to remind me. So if you want to save some ideas, that might be the easiest way. Plus, if your computer dies, its all still there as well.

  7. quiltingmod says:

    Thank you for this. I am definitely pinning it!

  8. Scarlet says:

    What a great collection with so many skirt styles represented. Thanks!

  9. Schumm Explosion says:

    Some of these are absolutely adorable, thanks so much for putting these together!

  10. Mie @ Sewing Like Mad says:

    Hi, thank you so much for feature my skirt in this big great group of free skirt patterns.
    I just want to tell you about this other elastic waisted skirt (with several pocket options) that I have made these two posts about (a year apart). The first one from 2012 is the pattern drafting and the one from 2013 is a full sewing tutorial including a in-seam single welt pocket.
    Just wanted you to know 😉
    Thanks again!

    • Deby Coles says:

      Thank Mie, I’ve pinned these both to the tutorials board on Pinterest because I think they are well suited there- they have such great directions on sewing pockets and that lovely gathered waist.

  11. lmurley2000 says:

    i love this who doesnt like free patterns

  12. Kelly Tanner says:

    I love the All Your Life Skirt!

  13. desitheblonde says:

    i like the skirt and then i have gf who sews and then i go to there and copy some down

  14. Dominique says:

    I really like the coastal curtsy skirt. I have a pattern similar that I want to try to sew!

  15. Victoria C says:

    I like so many of these! I guess my favorites are the easy a-line and circle wrap skirts. Now I wish I knew how to sew….

    • Deby Coles says:

      I’ll be working on some sewing tutorials for beginners soon, and was thinking about a sewing from start to finish (like a sew along) on a basic lined skirt with zipper.

  16. Jenna says:

    Wow, great collection! Thanks for linking up to Give Me The Goods Monday! Can’t wait to see what goods you bring next week! Jenna @ Rain on a Tin Roof

  17. Loni says:

    Thank you so much for collecting all of these patterns. I have been disappointed in the skirt selection I’ve seen in stores lately, and have been thinking about making my own. You have so many great ideas! Come check out my blog: http://www.clearwatercottage.blogspot.com

  18. Britt says:

    What timing – I was just thinking that it would be nice to make a skirt for myself this Spring since corduroy pants and jeans are getting a bit hot! Lovely collection and will be checking out your other groupings as well,

  19. Sanghamitra says:

    This is fantastic!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  20. This is perfect. Thank you so much! I pinned it and plan to be making a lot of skirts.

  21. katiegolds says:

    That is one awesome collection! I’m totally sending this to my sister via FB! Thanks for linking it up at Monday Funday!

  22. janlynnsewmore says:

    I had no idea that there were so many free patterns out there. Thanks!

  23. Rosey says:

    So many cute ones, it would be hard to choose! it’s nice that you’ve put it all together.
    I’m visiting today from the Raising Imperfection hop.

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