Halloween is fast approaching and if you’re like me, you’re totally behind on your costume plans. Luckily, we’ve got a library of easily downloadable free patterns, from tops, bottoms, and dresses to actual cosplays. Whether you’re looking to look like a modern day Disney Princess, or you’d rather be ready to fight in the Battle of New York with the rest of the Avengers, we can help get you there.
For these outfits above, we wanted to give off some vaguely Disney vibes while still looking totally chic.
Ariel was one of my favorite to make, using our Daylily Skirt and the top from our Apricot Ensemble. To keep the pleats of our pleated fabrics down while you sew the top, pin the pleats together and add some fusible interfacing to the back before you cut your pattern pieces.
Purchase Honeysuckle Dress Materials Used Below:
- 4 yards Jewel Blue Solid Polyester Satin
- 4 yards Peacock Polyester Lining
- 2 spools Peacock Blue Thread
- 1 Dusted blue 24″ invisible zipper (cut to size needed)
- MDF159 – Honeysuckle Dress Sewing Pattern (free download here!)
Purchase Apricot Top & Daylily Skirt Materials Used Below:
- 5 yards Metallic Mint Liquid Sheen Polyester Chiffon
- 1 yard Teal Solid Polyester Satin
- 9″ Seafoam Invisible Zipper
- MDF155 – The Daylily Skirt Sewing Pattern (free download here!)
- 1 yard Purple Pleated Stretch Satin
- 3 yards White Plastic Pearl Fringe
- Gold Eyelet Kit
- Bra Cups
- MDF145 – The Apricot Ensemble Sewing Pattern
Purchase Callisia Cover-Up Materials Used Below:
Let’s take a look at some more quick and easy downloadable free sewing patterns that can easily transform into the perfect Halloween look! (Aside from our actually cosplay patterns, which feature characters from Game of Thrones, Star Wars, The Good Place, Marvel, and more!)
Some characters are so iconic, all you need is a basic top. Try a simple tee in pale blue to get a look that’s totally Tina from Bob’s Burgers, completed with a half circle skirt. If cartoon’s aren’t your style, use our Ginkgo cropped button up in a crazy print for some Eleven vibes, or in a pink solid to channel your inner Laura Dern in Jurassic Park.
The Ginkgo Shirt
The Ginkgo Shirt
This piece is perfect for bowling away the icy winter weather with a group of friends, or warming up at a cafe with a cup of coffee and a good book. Download it here!
Both the Brassia and Shirley Dress can give off some seriously witchy vibes, especially when made in all black. Try a dark ponte for an easy pullover dress that screams Wednesday Adams, or opt for the Shirley in a deep red that’ll create a look that’s all Sabrina. For a bit more drama, download our Hibiscus Robe and create a gorgeously dark lace or crepe gown that’s straight out of Morticia Adams’ wardrobe.
Whether you’re on the side of villains or heroines, we’ve got your covered – literally. Our Zinnia Jacket would make the perfect Joker’s jacket in this deep purple faux leather or even a simple twill. For those of you with a little more whimsy in your arsenal, our Dahlia Coat is a silhouette straight out of the early sixties, making it perfect for a Marvelous Ms. Maisel-inspired look. Try it in a pastel coating!
The Dahlia Coat
The Dahlia Coat
The Dahlia Coat blends the stunning silhouette of a fifties-style swing coat with the bright tones of the sixties, perfect for fighting off the cold and soaking up the little sun there is. Download it here!
What character are you planning on bringing to life for Halloween this year? Let me know in the comments and I’ll try to give you the perfect pattern and fabric suggestion!