10 Free Plus Size Sewing Patterns (part 13)

1. Atatac Boxy T-Shirt

One thing to note with these patterns is that the PDF isn’t separated out into pages, so you’ll have to organise that yourself. There are lots of options online for changing a large PDF into individual sheets.

Size: Up to a woman size XXXXL (these are unisex patterns) or 50″ seat.

2. Mood Viola Skirt

Size: Up to size 30 or 63″ hip

3. Fabrics Store Nina Cardigan Pattern

Size: Up to size 28/30 or 58″ hip

4. Blank Slate Patterns Blanc T shirt

Size: Up to size 3X or 53″ bust

5. Fabrics Store Ash Pintuck Camisole

Size: Up to size 28/30 or 58″ hip

6. Black Snail Patterns Edwardian Bloomers

Size: Up to a size 30 or 55″ hip

7. Mood The Elm Jacket

Size: Up to size 30 or 63″ hip

8. Hot Patterns Bossa Nova Gored Skirt

Size: Up to a size 26

9. Fabrics Store Hayden Sleeveless Blazer Dress Pattern

Size: Up to a size 28/30 or 58″ hip

10. Mood Brya Pants

Size: Up to size 30 or 63″ hip

10 Free Plus Size Sewing Patterns (part 12)

If you haven’t seen Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10 or Part 11, you can check those out or check out my sortable list (not totally up to date, sorry) or take a look at the full list of the patterns so far with photos!

1. Rational Dress Society Jumpsuit

Size: Up to a 53″ chest and 56″ hip depending on your fit preference

2. Mood The Nymania Pants

Size: Up to size 30 or 63″ hip

3. Fabrics Store Ellen — Whimsical Bow Dress Pattern

Size: Up to size 28/30 or 58″ hip

4. Atacac Cat Coat

One thing to note with these patterns is that the PDF isn’t separated out into pages, so you’ll have to organise that yourself. There are lots of options online for changing a large PDF into individual sheets.

Size: Up to a woman size XXXXL (these are unisex patterns) or 50″ seat.

5. Mood Daisy Top

Size: Up to a size 30 or 63″ hip

6. Fabrics Store Beau Pleated Shirt Pattern

Size: Up to size 28/30 or 58″ hip

7. Made for Mermaids Women’s Chloe Skirt & Maxi

Size: Up to a 54″ hip

8. The Littlest Studio Circle Skirt Tutorial

Size: Up to a 44″ waist

9. Mood The Eurya Dress

Size: Up to size 30 or 63″ hip

10. Fabrics Store Magda Pants Pattern

Size: Up to size 28/30 or 58″ hip

A woolly Cashmerette Montrose Top

Cashmerette Montrose Top Hacked Wool

Ever since I saw this glorious sweater/top from Alice Alexander Co (a company I’m just a touch obsessed with) I’ve been a little bit obsessed with the idea of a non-stretch woolen top/sweater. I’ve pinned a lot of inspiration to my ‘boiled wool sweater’ pinterest board and taken numerous inspirational screenshots.

Boiled Wool Sweater Montrose Top

I consulted the instagram hive mind a few days ago and was flooded with recommendations and folks sending me pictures of their own non-stretch wool sweaters and was totally inspired to jump into action!

I made this sweater from my Cashmerette Montrose Top pattern and hacked the pattern quite a bit but totally unprofessionally to get to this long-sleeve box!

Cashmerette Montrose Boiled Wool Sweater

I didn’t want to buy a new pattern and I wanted something I already knew fit, and since I’m obsessed with the Montrose Full Bicep sleeve,
I very haphazardly used the top half of that and joined it on to the bottom half of the Harrison Shirt Sleeve (sans cuff piece). The sleeve is in two parts- mostly because I think it looks cool and also for pattern tetris and cutting ease.

Boiled Wool Sweater Montrose

Size details: I sewed the C/D cup bodice in a size 20, and since I knew I wanted a very boxy look and split side seams, I cut straight down from the underarm seam on both the front and back bodice pieces. When sewing up the top, I sewed only a seam rippers length down from the underarm seam (very scientific).

Boiled Wool Sweater


Since I cut the top part of the front bodice in two pieces, I decided to add some decorative top stitching along the seams there, and also on the arm seams. I left the bottom hem unfinished, but I think I’ll go back and add some similar top stitching to a largeish hem down there too!
I did a bit of a messy job with my bias binding neckline, I thought that this ‘Perfectly Imperfect’ label from Kylie and the Machine was an excellent match!

10 Free Plus Size Sewing Patterns (Part 11)

1. Fabrics Store Cora — Half Sleeve Dress

Size: Up to 24/26 or 53″ bust

2. 5 out of 4 Patterns Pajama Pants

Size: Up to a 5XL or 65″ hip

3. Mood Sewciety The Vallea Tunic

Size: Up to size 30 or 63″ hip

4. Rebecca Page Toronto Tee

Size: Up to a 5XL or 57″ hip

5. Fabrics Store Paola Workwear Jacket Pattern

Size: Up to 28/30 or 58″ hip

6. The Littlest Studio Striped Dress

Size: Up to a size 22 or 49″ bust

7. Mood Douglas Pants

Size: Up to size 30 or 63″ hip

8. Fabrics Store Salome Sleeveless Shirt Dress

Size: Up to size 28/30 or 56″ bust

9. New Horizon’s Design Key West Tank

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Size: Up to 3XL or 53.5″ hip

10. Mood The Darmera Jumpsuit

Size: Up to size 30 or 63″ hip

All Well Bucket Bag & Pear Pouch Hacked

All Well Bucket Bag Take 2

I’ve been working on sewing up two almost identical Mini All Well Bucket Bags for some cute young relatives that we’ll call French nieces for the sake of ease. I used these adorable ‘Ta-Da’ labels from Kylie and the Machine because I hope those will span the language barrier and improvised a way to line the bags (I’d change some things next time).

Pear Pouch from Sarah Kirsten

I used some of the leftover fabric Llama (or are they Alpacas?) fabric to make little zipper pouches for the girls using Sarah Kirsten’s free Pear Pouch pattern but I simply skipped the step at the end that creates the cute base that her pouches stand on, so these are basically just lined (in the same fabric as the bucket bags, naturally), french seamed pouches.

I also used this tutorial from Sarah Kirsten on sewing cute fabric covers over the ends of my zippers instead of the method outlined in the Pear Pouch instructions. A lot of people got Pear Pouches from me for Christmas (because it’s a great way to use up leftover fabric & I was especially poor at the time), so since I’ve made at least 10 Pear Pouches, I think I can wholeheartedly recommend the pattern!

These little bags and pouches will be heading off to France on Monday (after a bit of time with the iron), and I hope they’ll amuse the kids at least!