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Spring Sewing challenge #Sewfrugal22 | with pattern inspiration + Fabric options

Hey Sewing Friends, I’m excited to announce that I’m taking part in #sewfrugal22 the Instagram sewing challenge! #sewfrugal22 is all about sewing with free sewing patterns & fabric from your stash. I have 5 awesome patterns to share plus 3 bonus sewing patterns.

Pattern Inspiration

Peppermint Magazine | Paddington Top – Click Here for the pattern

This is such a fantastic puff sleeve pattern. I love the button details on the back but am a bit concerned about getting in and out of it. It seems to be a quick sew and a pattern with nice ease.

Peppermint Magazine | Milton Pinafore – Click Here for the pattern

Pinafores are patterns that I never sew. While doing my research, I sort of fell in love with the shape of this pattern. The mid-section really pulled me in, I think it’s a feature that can bring out someone’s personality with a little imagination.

MoodSewciety | The Flora Blouse – Click here for the pattern

What has drawn me to this pattern is the play of texture. I too, love mixing fabric texture & weights. With spring around the corner, this would be perfect is a floral print & colored lace or eyelet fabric.

MoodSewciety | The Savannah Shacket – Click here for the pattern

Okay – this is defiantly a wild card for me. I don’t think, it’s a style I can rock, but I love staying warm and trying new things. It will be a test of my styling ability.

Lowlandkids | Women’s Baggy V Neck Tee – Click here for the pattern

This is a fantastic pattern – I’m getting Anthropologie vibes from this one and you could too. The design is on the mark.

Other free separates sewing patterns to consider

MoodSewciety | The Daisy Top – Click here for the pattern

The Daisy top is an easy, grab-and-go sort of style that I like. Again, it has multiple textures which, I love to incorporate in my projects. Fringe is still a hit in 2022 and this pattern, displays it nicely.

Itch to Stitch | Lago Tank – Click here for the pattern

Everyone needs a classic tank top and this one fits the bill. With so many beautiful knit fabrics available, it’s a great spring starter.

Great British Sewing Bee | Camisole Top – Click here for the pattern

If you don’t have the book, you can try the link above for the pattern.

Sew Vera Venus | Pussycat Bow Blouse – Click here for the pattern

The pattern is a size small-medium, and the website directs you how to go about grading so it would fit you perfectly.

What a sweet sewing pattern. I’ve always wanted to make a blouse like this, but I don’t really like to feel restricted around my neck. It’s something I want to get over and a free sewing pattern just might be the recipe to help.

If you decide to join in, please let me know, as I would love to support and share your makes.

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