If your family is anything like mine, T-shirts are a wardrobe staple. Great for school, play clothes, exercising, or even with a pair of jeans a heels for a night out! Here are ten T-shirt patterns for your entire family.
1. Anytime At All Tee from Shwin Designs
This kid’s tee is super versatile – the smaller sizes come as a bodysuit, and the larger sizes have plain or ruffle options, as well as a couple different sleeves. It’s available in sizes 3mos – 8yrs.
2. Union St Tee from Hey June Patterns
This women’s pattern is next on my to-sew list. I basically live in this type of tee, and you have four different sleeve options and can make a scoop or v-neck. It’s available in sizes XXS – XXL.
3. The Trifecta Top from Kitschy Coo
Amanda is a knit sewing genius, so when she makes a pattern, it’s going to be good. It’s available in 8 different sizes.
4. Free Men’s T-shirt pattern from Melly Sews
Because the man in your life needs T-shirts too, right?
5. Easy Tee free pattern from It’s Always Autumn
This free pattern is available in a size large, and Autumn shows you lots of ways to make it just the way you like it!
6. Recess Raglan from See Kate Sew
I’ve made the Recess Raglan a bunch of times (see more of my version above here), and each time I love it more. There are quite a few option for this one too, and it’s available in sizes 18mos-8yrs.
7. The Tumble Tee from Imagine Gnats
The Tumble Tee is a super cute color block tee, and even has a dress option. It’s available in sizes 6mos-10yrs – as either a PDF or a paper pattern.
8. Day Camp Set – a free t-shirt and shorts pattern from Peek-a-boo Patterns (affiliate link)
9. Vintage V-neck from Blank Slate Patterns (affilate link)
This tee, in true Blank Slate Patterns form, comes together beautifully. I love a good v-neck, and the instructions make it easy to do. This one is available in sizes 18mos – 8yrs.
10. Casual Lady from Go To Patterns
This is one of my favorite for-me patterns, and I’ve sewn it ohsomany times. You can see a few of my versions here.You can make it a top or a dress (which I’ve also sewn, but have yet to blog), and it’s so comfortable! It’s available in sizes XXXS – XXL.
This really is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to T-shirt patterns – I had a hard time choosing just ten! Many of these designers have others so you can make your perfect tee, so click around their shops to find what you like. If you have a favorite t-shirt pattern, leave it in the comments so we can all check it out!
Happy sewing, friends!