This sweatshirt pattern has a dropped hem and a baggier fit.
The edges are finished with a raw piece of binding and the wrist cuffs have a thumb hole.
Easy sew with photos and a video of the thumb hole cuff being sewn.
This polo romper pattern is perfect for a sporty or retro look, depending on your fabric choice :) You can make it short or long, and make the binding in a band style or folded over like the traditional style. There are a lot of styling options depending on your fabric choice
Our latest free pattern is a classic, versatile diaper cover that can be made with or without a drawstring. Choose elastic or knit bands for the legs. These bummies are an easy, fun sew!!!
This one-piece pattern is meant to have a t-shirt and pants look to it while maintaining the convenience of a single! No more belly or nappy showing from under the t-shirt :) Make in short or long sleeve, shorts or pants.
Our breezy romper is the perfect answer to warm weather! Snaps at the bottom make changes super easy :)
Make it with cap sleeves or in a tank top style- add buttons or snaps on the placket.
This could be modified for woven if you add seam allowance to the armholes and neck hole to fold over for hemming.
There are 2 videos for this pattern on YouTube.
This dress is meant to look like a casual sweatshirt paired with a voluminous skirt underneath. The construction is simple and the results so adorable! Pair a solid and print for a pop or keep it muted in monochrome. Either way the end result will be super cool :)
This zip jacket can be made with a hood or neckband finish, use the vest for warmer weather or the long sleeves for cooler weather. There's a finished zipper placket inside to make it very comfortable, no zipper edges! Great for an intermediate sewer.
Vest shown with the slim harems
This romper pattern has so many options, you will be able to use it year round for any age! Make it in shorts or pants, with short sleeves or long sleeves. Or our favorite, the pants with the tank top option.
On top of that, there's an option for a snap placket on the legs for the younger babes!
Sewing pattern for fully reversible overalls with a contrasting side panel. Fold up the hem of the pants to add some extra pop! The pockets are made to have a soft play dough look, pressed on after being shaped.
These pants make a statement in both the long and the short version. Easy to make and comfortable for all stages! The yoga style, fold-over waistband and drawstring are a killer combo for style and function. A modern look to go with a modern fabric.
Shown paired with the lap neck tee.
This ringer tee sewing pattern is great for a funky fabric and a fast project. Perfect if you are starting out and want to test Brindille & Twig patterns. Our latest free pattern will be a great addition to pair with almost any pants pattern. Especially the retro sweats!
It has short and long sleeve options included.
The blog post shows construction details.
$7.50 USDOur retro cardigan is one of those classics that you will find yourself sewing many, many renditions of. Easily sewn in the long sleeve style or as a vest you will love the versatility of this pattern! Change up the closure by using snaps or buttons depending on your preference. Pair with the retro sweats to outfit a stylish, retro looking baby or kid!
$7.50 USDThis retro sweats sewing pattern is perfect for making pants that will last awhile by sewing one size too large. The elastic ankles will hold them up even if they are a little long. Also nice for a crawler that is constantly moving around the house and can crawl right out of their pants. Trust us, we know! They will stay put and look adorable no matter what. Pair with our retro cardigan for an extra old school look.
The beautiful scuba hood, raglan sleeve and faux piping on the sleeves adds a ton of interest to this hoodie. Take if from us, you will love the outcome! It is shown here paired with the super slim harem pants. Check out a preview of the tutorial in the free pattern blog post.
The harem coverall is likely the most sought after style currently. Now you can make it yourself and customize with short sleeves, long sleeves or tank top! You can also add a cuff to the ankle, simply roll it up or hem it. Use your creativity with this pattern, the options are many!
This coverall pulls up over the body through the neck, which makes it so simple!
You will need a fabric that recovers well for this style, if you don't have that you can take the suggestion of adding elastic to the neckband so it maintains its shape after being stretched. All those instructions are in the tutorial.
For a preview of the tutorial check out the blog post.