Top 10 free pants sewing patterns for both girls and boys

Pants sewing patterns

During my years of excessive sewing/crafting blog hopping I have learned one thing. While every sewing blogger has tutorials for some cute dresses/skirts, finding great pants tutorials is always hard. Even harder is to find the pants without ruffles/flowers and other girly embellishments.

But I searched high and low and came up with these patterns that would look equally great on little dudes and divas. Hope you like them.

Baby leggings

Source

Baby Leggings pattern by From An Igloo

This pants/leggings pattern from From an Igloo gives a great fit for whatever size you choose.

Basic Pants pattern by MADE

Get the pattern and tutorial for the basic kids pants at MADE. There's a whole series of posts devoted to various kinds of kids pants.

Jeggings

Source

Jeggings Pattern by Running with the Scissors

Tired of seeing your little one in leggings all the time? Get this jeggings pattern a tutorial from Running with the scissors. A very stylish version for your bebe.

Coveralls

Source

Coveralls pattern by Blooms And Bugs

Want something snug and comfortable for your energetic toddler? These coveralls are the perfect companion. Let him rough it out with this well fitting and comfortable garment. Get the free coverall pattern and tutorial on my blog

Shorts

Source

Shorts for boy by Make It and Love it

The Classic shorts pattern complete with back pockets ( with flaps). You cannot not have it in your boys wardrobe. Get the tutorial and pattern over at Make it Love it.

Formal trousers

Source

Daniel Formal trousers pattern by The Charlotte Letters

Having a hard time finding a free pattern for a pair of formal pants for your little guy? These Daniel trousers are just what you need.


Knot Shorts by Elsie Marley

These Knot Shorts from Elsie Marley are a fun twist on the regular shorts. With a Knot on both outer seams you could easily add some drama and fun to the plain shorts patterns using this tutorial

Comfortable knit pants by Rookie Moms

Let the rookie moms show you how to make these comfortable childs pants from an adult sweatshirt. They look so comfy that I want one for myself.

Sailor Pants

Source

Sailor pants by The Charlotte letters

I'm crazy about everything nautical so of course, these pants had to be there somewhere. Get the sailor pants pattern from The Charlotte Letters, and here is the tutorial.


Aladdin Pants

Source

Aladdin pants by Blooms And Bugs

Got tired of same plain pants? Make these Aladdin pants from my tutorial at Blooms And Bugs. These are a goofy, fun pattern and would look great with a fitted tee and a cropped cardigan.

More by this Author


Comments 9 comments

Enlydia Listener profile image

Enlydia Listener 4 years ago from trailer in the country

Cute pictures...great ideas...rated up.


Charlotte 4 years ago

You have it listed under Sailor Pants that a tutorial is not available. There is a tut, if you go to my listing on the side bar there is a category that just deals with the tutorials. You have to scroll down past the draft it you self section and there it is step by step.


bloomsandbugs profile image

bloomsandbugs 4 years ago from San Francisco, CA Author

Thanks Charlotte I will edit the description accordingly.


Whitney 2 years ago

I'm looking for the leggings pattern, but I am not able to pull it up :(


Whitney 2 years ago

Could you email the pattern!? Whitney.burrows9@gmail.com thanks so much in advance!


Lois 2 years ago

Anyone know where to the the baby leggings by From an Igloo? It says it's a private blog so I can't access it...


Flo 2 years ago

Does anyone know of a basic free pattern for kids pajama pants sizes 10-12 and 12-14 ?

Thank you!


Barb 2 years ago

Am looking for a swimming towel hoodie pattern - size 7 girls - Can anyone help me out?


Barb 2 years ago

Am looking for a swimming towel hoodie pattern - size 7 girls - Can anyone help me out?

    Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.


    Click to Rate This Article
    working