Below I listed some patterns that are available for free. Many of these patterns are also available for purchase, but you can get them for free via Creativebug or My Blueprint. I also included how you can download 40 free patterns from Patrones Magazine.
The Adrienne Blouse retails for $18 on the Friday Pattern Co website. I was considering buying it because I like the pattern and I think it is good for the summer. I like a blouse from Boston Proper with eyelet sleeves that has a similar shape and thought to give it a try. It looks very simple and it is designed for kits.
I was sold to signup just with the Adrienne Blouse but you can also download the Cambria Duster Coat pattern from Creativebug. This pattern retails for $14 on Friday Pattern Co website. Even if you are not ready to sew a coat yet, it is a good pattern for the fall.
Another project in my “to sew” list is the Pagosa Pants. I found this free download browsing through My Blueprint classes. My Blueprint gives you credits to get “keep forever” classes and they will ship a printed pattern with many of their classes. The Pagosa Pants is a pdf that you can download from the class materials. The Pagosa pants has two different leg widths, front pockets, elasticated waist, and waist tie. It looks very simple and it is another great piece for the summer.
4. Download 40 free patterns from Patrones Magazine
One of my favorite finds is the Patrones Magazine app. I learned about this app with Lisa on her Youtube Channel And Sew On. Patrones magazine is in Spanish but has tons of pictures. The inspiration of their patterns is from designer collections and it recommends fabrics and modern styles. You can subscribe to the magazine (it is only $3.99 per issue) and each issue includes 40 patterns. You can install the app on your phone or iPad and download their free magazine.
Install Patrones Magazine App on your phone or iPad, download the free magazine, and have access to 40 digital patterns!