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5 FREE cosy sewing patterns for staying home



Tis the season to be cosy! This time of year is all about staying warm and I’ve been on the hunt for FREE sewing patterns that are perfect for relaxing at home. I’ve checked my favourite websites that are very generously offering free patterns for us to download and I've picked 5 great patterns I'm sure you'll love. The only catch (if you can call it that) is that some websites require you to sign up to their mailing list to access downloads. But I think that's understndable for the value they supply!



Let’s get straight to it with the first free pattern, and we are starting strong with a dressing gown!


Everyone needs a basic but practical robe and the Fleur Robe is ideal! It’s a quick and easy pattern to make and can be made from a variety of fabrics to fit any style or vibe you want. Using fabrics such as fleece and bamboo towelling or a french terry will give you the warmth and cosiness. For a more lightweight dressing gown, using a linen or bamboo jersey would be perfect. Or go for luxury with silk charmeuse or sateen!


Here’s some images I’ve found for a little inspiration –


You can download this pattern here –





Next, we have a loungewear set, and this one you can wear indoor and out if you wish!


With a short-sleeved drop-shoulder top and relaxed-fit cropped pants (with pockets!), it’s a lounging staple. Layer it with a chunky knit cardigan for cooler days, mix-and-match with separates, or wear on its own for lazy days at home. This pattern is exclusive to Peppermint and is a collaboration with Common Stitch. Fabrics to use for this set are non-stretch, so linen, cotton and even seersucker are perfect. The pattern suggests a midweight.


Here’s some images I’ve found for a little inspiration –


You can download this pattern here –





The Cosy Collection – FREE sewing patterns for loungewear and comfortable clothing.


Heading back to Mood Society, here is a collection of different styles of pull over sweatshirts. For anyone’s fashion preference, this collection is great for comfortable, throw on jumpers that I’m sure we all reach for during the winter. The Buttercup Collection is a sweatshirt dress and two cropped sweatshirt options with a subtle statement sleeve. It’s perfect for fleece knits, stretch fabrics, and activewear fabrics.


Here’s some images I’ve found for a little inspiration –


You can download this pattern here –





We can’t have a comfy outfit list without a great t-shirt pattern!


This one from French Navy is the perfect casual tee. The Stellan tee is a simple t-shirt that will always be useful in anyone’s wardrobe. Use a jersey fabric for this pattern to make a staple piece you’ll wear over and over again. A modern take on the basic T-shirt, the Stellan Tee has a boxy, slightly cropped fit, proportionally long sleeves (super cute when rolled-up) and a subtly curved hemline. Try adding a pocket, embroidery or applique to jazz up a simple tee.

Here’s some images I’ve found for a little inspiration –


You can download this pattern here –




Finishing the list with some trousers.


I’ve found this tapered tracksuit pants from Sewing by Mrs L. I love the tapered leg of these making them slightly more flattering than straight leg joggers and are very comfortable for those lazy days! Fabric to use for these would be stretch fabrics such as french terry, jersey, ponte, cotton interlock or velour for best results. Using a higher quality will extend the wearability of trousers, so if you can, splurge a little!



You can download this pattern here –


I hope you enjoy these pattern and can create a staple, cosy wardrobe from these!

Happy sewing, Kym x



2 Comments


Fabulous. Thank you xx

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Kimberley Hind
Kimberley Hind
Dec 21, 2022
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You’re very welcome! Xx

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