Awesome Sewing Patterns for Kids (That are FREE!)
Free Sewing Patterns: This collection of sewing patterns for kids are all free patterns with step by step by step picture tutorials. Many also have a video to make it easy and straight forward.Easy to download pdf patterns.
Here you’ll find all the free sewing projects available on Fleece Fun for children. From skirts to capes there’s a pattern to help improve you little one’s wardrobe.
Free Sewing Patterns for Kids:
Kids Shorts Pattern ( Yoga band – no elastic)
This child shorts pattern comes in kids sizes 5 to 14! Easy to make and comfortable to wear – these no tug shorts are perfect for active kids! Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Child Fleece Robe Pattern
This child robe pattern is perfect for keeping your little kiddo warm on a cold evening. Easy to sew up this warm robe in comfortable. Grab the free pattern and tutorial here.
Easy Yoga Midi skirt
This cute skirt comes in sizes 7 to 14 for your tween. Can sew it up in under 30 minutes. Get the free pattern here.
Toddler Shorts pattern
This easy shorts Toddler sewing pattern comes in sizes 18 months to 4T. Get the free pattern here.
Girl Skater Skirt Pattern
This cute circle skater skirt is easy to make and has an easy to follow pattern in sizes 2 to 10! Get the free pattern here.
Upcycled Sweater Skirt
Upcycle an old sweater and make a cute skirt for fall! Get the free pattern and tutorial here.
This skirt is light, comfortable and a dream to sew. You can make several for your sweet little girl. Get the Free pattern and tutorial here.
Perfect for fall laying this cardigan comes in sizes 2 to 7! Get the free pattern and tutorial here.
Baking Outside the Box Apron (With Video)
This adorable apron is perfect for your little chef. comes in three child sizes for a perfect fit. Get the free Pattern and video tutorial here.
Child’s basic Fleece Pants (With Video)
Perfect for pajamas, lounging and playtime. These pants work great for boys and girls. These pants can also be made from jersey knit. Video tutorial makes this easy pattern a snap. You can make several in one sitting. Sizes 3 months to 5T. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Boutique style fleece pants (with video)
These pants are so cute, everyone will think you got them from a boutique. Fun and girly your little girl will love dancing in them. Sizes 3 months to 5t ( and an 18″ doll size too!). Pants can be made from fleece or jersey knit. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Fun and Frilly skirt
Bouncy, ruffely and frilly this skier is pure fun. Looks great in pictures paired with the mini top hat! One of the “fleece free” sewing patterns for kids made from tulle and cotton. Get the Free pattern and tutorial here.
Back to School Pleated Skirt (with video)
Perfect pleats and design make this skirt and instant classic. Can be made from fleece or jersey knit. Sizes 12mo to 5T. Get the free pattern and tutorial here.
Snow Queen Jacket and Cape
Inspired by Disney’s Frozen this little jacket will help keep your little one warm ( the cold might not bother Elsa – but it might your kiddo!) Get the free pdf pattern and tutorial here.
Fall Cape for Girls
This easy to make cape is a wonderful extra layer for fall weathers. Get the free sewing pdf pattern here.
Snow Princess Cape
Inspired by Princess Anna’s Cape from Disney’s Frozen. This adorable cape will make your little girl feel like the princess that she is. Plus it will keep her warm while trick or treating! Get the free pdf pattern and tutorial here.
Red Riding Hood Cape (with video)
This fun cape is versatile. Works for boys and for girls – just swap the ribbons for a button to make more masculine. Sizes child and adult. Get the Free pattern and video tutorial here.
Child Cuddle Cape / Car Seat Poncho
This adorable cape is made from cuddle fleece – it’s like wearing a cuddle blanket! With the soft hood that has the option of adding bear ears, cat ears or horns, this cape is so cute on little ones. The design of the cape also works well with car seats, allowing restrains to sit beneath the cape, keeping the bulk out of the way for child’s comfort. Get the Free Pattern here.
Towel Wrap (with video)
This towel wrap is perfect for the bath or the beach! Learn basics to working with terry cloth, and how your can make this cute wrap in an afternoon! You can get the tutorial here.
Free Child Hat Patterns:
Halloween Hat Pack (with video)
This pattern is full of fun character hat variations that will look adorable on your little one! Be a dinosaur, a viking, a cat or bear. This pattern is simple and easy to sew. The possibilities are endless! Sizes baby to adult. Get the free kids sewing pattern and video tutorial here.
Basic Hat with Ribbon (with video)
One of Fleece Fun’s most popular patterns – because it’s just so cute! Switch out the ribbons to go with different outfits. Scared of buttonholes? There are easy sew options for this pattern to make it even simpler. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Basic Hat with Top Knot
Another twist on the classic hat pattern, this little top knot ties off the hat perfectly. Get the Free pattern here.
Basic Hat with horns (with video)
The simple version of the hats in the Halloween hat pack. this hat is easy and perfect for your little monster I mean kid. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Free child accessories:
Bow Tie Head Band
This cute head band is an easy to make accessory perfect for adding some style to a little girl’s outfit. Get the tutorial here.
Warm Fleece Mitten
These double lined mittens are perfect for keeping fingers warm! Sizes child to adult. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Satin Flower Hair Clip (with video)
These hair clips are perfect for hats, hair, scarves and more. They are the final touch to an outfit. They’re fun to make too! Get the Free Pattern and video tutorial here.
Quick Sew Hobo (with video)
Adorable easy sew purse with pockets to keep trinkets and secrets in. Ruffle fabric can be used in addition to fleece for added flair. Comes in a kid pattern size and adult. Get the Free Pattern and tutorial here.
No Sew Hobo (with video)
Yes it’s possible! You can make a cute purse without sewing a single stitch. Comes in sizes child and adult. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Sleeping Bag Pack
It’s a sleeping bag that turns in to a back pack! Perfect for sleep overs, day trips, and grandma’s house. Back pack has pockets to stash pajama’s, toothbrush and more. Get the free pattern and tutorial here.
Drawstring Backpack Tutorial (with video)
This cute drawstring backpack tutorial is sweet and simple to make! My girls love taking them on trips. Get the tutorial here.
This pattern is easy, fast and adorable on little girls! Also comes in an adult size. Great scrap buster for leftover ruffle fabric. Get the free Kids sewing pattern and tutorial here.
Fast Fleece Tie for Boys
This ties is a great fleece scrap buster, cute and washable! Have your little man make a statement with this easy to make tie. Get the tutorial here.
Hi, I want to make a fleece hat to go with my sons’ halloween costumes but I am not sure whether I need to use the baby or child pattern. Their head circumference is 19in.
Thanks so much for helping me with this. I am turning them into minions from Despicable Me. I have the yellow shirts, black gloves and overalls. I plan to make simple yellow fleece hats and then attach black yarn or pipe cleaners for the hair. I am making the goggles from black play glasses with gray foam circles. I’m not much of a sewer but a fleece hat seems simple enough! Wish me luck! 🙂 -nicole
The Measurements are for the circumference of the head. So the measurement you would get if you too a measuring tape and wrapped in around a person’s head. Please not that fleece can have varying amounts of stretch to it.
Small – 16 inches or 40.64
Large – 17 inches or 43.18 cm
Small – 17.5 inches or 44.45
Large – 19 inches or 48.26 cm
Small 20 inches or 50.8 cm
Medium 22 inches or 55.88
Large 24 inches or 60.96
Hi! Two questions:
1. I would love to make the fleece pants for me, an adult, would you ever consider uping the pattern size for adults?
2. My child LOVES footie pajamas and I can’t find a simple pattern that I like. I love your patterns b/c they are so simple for me to follow plus you have those awesome video tutorials so I can rewind and play again and again 🙂 Would you ever consider a footie pajama pattern??
Thanks for your wonderful patterns and guidance!
So happy that you’re liking the website and patterns. Those are great ideas – but I have to honest drafting the pattern, perfecting it, filming it… takes a lot of time. So while I would love to do those patterns I can’t promise that they’ll be on the website anytime soon. 🙁
In the mean time I hope you’ll enjoy what’s available!
You’re an angel for a beginner likes me. Thank you so much for your free patterns and easy to follow instructions. Now i’m so proud of myself to be able to sew pants and hats for my son 😉
Do you plan to make a shirt (pajamas) that can go with the basic child pant pattern soon? I’m just thinking that if i can make a pajamas shirt for him, that would look very good because I still have a little bit fabric left from making a pant for him.
I would be really happy and much appreciated if you can make one. Thank you again! You are very talented and video tutorials are really great. It’s easy to understand more than reading the instructions.
Thank you so much! I love sewing and your patterns are simple and wonderful. I SO APPRECIATE YOU!!! My 3 year old and 9 month old are sporting some new fleece pants and hats. The neighbors are getting some hats next. 😀
Your hat patterns are great! I just have one question, in one of the other posts you mentioned a child’s medium fitting a size 5T. I don’t see a hat pattern in a size medium. Am I missing something?
Hmm, that must be a mis-print on my part. for a 5t I recommend the child large size.
Hi just wondering could I make the sleeping back pack for a 12 year to 13 year old
It’s for me
Yes just use the expander pack twice (or possible three times) and it should work for you.
Thank you for your awesome tutorials. You were able to teach me how to read a pattern as well as make my Halloween costume last year. This year I have used your pattern for hats to make my sons minion costume complete.
LET ME CONGRATULATE YOU , IT IS AN EXCELLENT SITE FOR PEOPLE WHO KNOW TO SEW, AND IT IS FOR FREE, IT IS INCREDIBLE, THANK YOU TO SHOW THIS FOR FREE.
please can you tell me an on-line store who sells fleece to make all your projects, and ships worldwide or to Portugal, Europe.
I love your projects,
It looks like fabric.com shipps internationallly. https://www.fabric.com/SitePages/DomesticRates.aspx
Hope that Helps,
I have enjoyed learning new things to do with fleece while looking at this site for ideas and easy tips.
You can find that here – http://www.fleecefun.com/doll-boutique-style-pants.html
I’m desperate to find a rabbit pattern for BIng the rabbit off Cbeebies as my son loves him but the toys aren’t available yet, preferably sewing as my knitting is useless but can always rope soemone else in to knit one if that’s all that I can get! Please can anyone tell me if there is a pattern anywhere? Thank you
some of my favorite sites to try are AllFreeSewing.com and FreeNeedle.com . Good luck!
Hi ths is really awesome. Thank u so much. I saw ur ribbon hat video. But I din understand how u made a whole to insert a ribbon please mention that clearly.
You can either make a buttonhole or you can snip a slit and sew a zig zag stitch around it to reinforce it.
Hi you have beautiful easy pattern instructions .
Do you have an easy pattern for baby/kids fleecy jackets/pullovers?
I really want to make that pattern. Hopefully soon.
Hi, I recently received wonderful news that I will be a grandma in February! Thank you for sharing these wonderful tutorials and your time and efforts to create the patterns. I’ve made several things in the past from fleece….no sew tie blankets, hats, scarves, mittens, and booties. Love working with fleece. It has a stretch and doesn’t fray! Can’t wait to make my future grand daughter a few things to help keep her warm. Thanks again for sharing your creative ideas, can’t wait to try a few. 🙂