I have to admit, I had a very hard time choosing free shirt patterns for girls for this time when I made this post. The problem is, there are just so many cute ones out there that I could probably write a second post on this! Since the cooler weather is coming, I tried to choose patterns that could easily be adapted to be made into long sleeve shirts but left as is if you desire this. I hope you enjoy looking at these patterns as much as I did gathering them. I would love to see a picture if you make any of these!
10 Free Shirt Patterns for Girls
Fresh off the Bolt has an adorable top that also happens to come with a pattern for leggings if you want to make the whole outfit. This Hello Autumn Top looks so cute and trendy, doesn’t it?
If you are at beginning to intermediate sewing skill, you will love this cute Simple Chiffon-Back Top from Lexi Made.
Mama Says Sew made this awesome Knock off Persnickety Ruffle Sleeve Top and even included a headband to go with it. Isn’t it awesome? This is so simple to make as well so it’s a quick project!
This Lacey Love Sweater from What’s Mummy Up To would be perfect for the cold weather that is on the way! It looks very easy to do and would be awesome to make when February rolls around!
Sew McCool made the perfect trendy sweatshirt for the fall weather! This Asymmetrical Color Block Hoodie combines the trend of bold colors with warmth. Isn’t it great?
This would be perfect to turn into a long sleeve top! Eat + Sleep + MAKE has a cute Sienna Top that has bows on the back as a trendy accent. It looks simple enough for someone who is just beginning!
While this Pinafore Top from Stitched Together is not really adaptable for long sleeves, it would be perfect for layering over a simple long sleeved tee, wouldn’t it?
If you are just learning to make ruffles, The Life of a Cheap Chickadee has a great tutorial and pattern for a very sweet Ruffled Top just for beginners!
Eat + Sleep + MAKE has another top that is just so awesome I had to include it! Make this sweet Piped Peplum Top and watch your little one light up!
Climbing the Willow has a very versatile top called the Izzy Top that is kind of a little more complicated to make, but would look great in long sleeves and with just about any color scheme.
I am just so excited about the amazing patterns! Which one is your favorite?
More Free Patterns for Girls
- 10 Free Kid’s Pajama Patterns
- 10 Free Dress Patterns for Girls
- 10 Free Skirt Patterns for Girls
- 10 Free Sundress Patterns for Girls