Looking for easy beginner winter sewing pattern ideas? If you’re looking for sewing projects but don’t know how to start, take a look at these beginner sewing patterns you can make this winter. Winter beginner sewing patterns can be overwhelming, but when you get to study the pattern and read the tutorial, you’ll realize they’re quite doable if it’s your first ever sewing project. These beginner sewing patterns I am sharing with you may look intimidating, but they’re absolutely easy! Read on and check out these patterns that are too pretty not to make!
Easy Beginner Sewing Patterns for Sewing Novices
When I started learning how to sew, I was really scared to try winter sewing projects. The patterns I saw online seemed very intimidating. I thought only a trained seamstress could do it. Then I realized, how will I learn if I won’t try? So I decided to study the patterns and tutorials. I was so delighted at how easy they turned out to be. If you’re a beginner, check out the list below and don’t be scared to try something new.
1. Nuna Hood Scarf
A hoodie scarf is one of the most useful accessories you can use all winter long. Going out for a walk wearing this Nuna hood scarf will definitely keep you warm. I adore collecting different scarves in different fabrics, so I’m making one of these for myself using a boucle fabric. You can also use wool or jersey fabric.
2. 10-minute Simple Baby Receiving Blanket Pattern
I love sewing for my kids, especially something they can use for winter. This 10-minute simple baby receiving blanket pattern is just one of the sewing projects I will make for them this winter. It’s so easy, I only added several inches to adjust to my kid’s size. It totally helps them keep warm and cozy during cold days.
3. The Audrey Hepburn Cape
Treat your little princess to some glamor with this Audrey Hepburn cape. It’s one the most elegant and iconic capes of all time. I’m sure your daughter will feel like a celebrity in this cape! The tutorial is so quick and easy with the circle pattern. Your angels will surely look so adorable wearing this elegant DIY cape.
4. Girl’s Winter Jumper Dress
This girl’s winter jumper dress is so pretty! The moment I saw this, I got so excited to start sewing right away. The best part here is you can upcycle old clothes to make this jumper dress. The pattern and tutorial are so simple you can make it in just an hour.
This simple tulle skirt is a fun project to make this winter. People may think you’re crazy or just adventurous wearing it in the cold weather. Either way, I’m sure you’ll love the attention it gets. The tutorial shows easy steps, so you can make one for your daughter and one for yourself. Plus you can buy the tulle fabric online.
6. Oversized Faux Fur Coat
If you’re looking for a sewing project you could use for winter, this oversized faux fur coat is perfect. The coat looks fancy yet it’s quite easy to achieve. I really love the lining of this coat and the faux fur’s color.
7. DIY Winter Cape
Capes are one of the most popular pieces for winter. They’re the stylish alternative to jackets and cardigans. This quick and easy DIY winter cape is so cute you can whip one up in less than an hour. You can also use any type of printed fabric you like.
8. Pocket Scarf
If you’re looking for a functional and easy project for winter, this adorable pocket scarf is what you’re looking for. The tutorial is very simple, you can use fabric scraps from your past projects. You can also make one for yourself or whip one up as a gift for a special friend.
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9. Modern Pajama Pants
Sewing pajamas are one of the best beginner sewing projects. This modern pajama pant is quick and fun to make. Everybody loves to wear pajamas, especially during cold weather.
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The winter sewing patterns you’ve seen above are part of my collection of easy winter sewing patterns I tried when I started sewing. I assure you, they are all very doable! I hesitated to try it too because just like you, I don’t like to waste a beautiful fabric. But if you want to improve those skills hidden in you, try one of these sewing patterns.
Which sewing pattern from the list you think is the easiest to try first? Let me know by leaving your comment below! Are you looking for more beginners sewing project? Try these 13 easy DIY sewing projects you can make in less than 5 minutes!