Looking for school uniform sewing patterns? Ain’t nobody got time for that! I’ve got it all the patterns you need for back to school; here in one handy list. This my updated list (originally published at Serger Pepper.)
My top 3 picks for shirts should keep your littles well dressed all school year.
Stellars Vest from Elegance & Elephants
Sleeveless v-neck vest with banded arm holes. Perfect to throw over a polo or button up top. Goes up to size 10.
Prepster Pullover by Blank Slate Patterns
Mandarin collar with button placket, back yoke, and short or long sleeves. Includes sleeve tab and pocket options. Up to size 8.
Classic Polo by PeekABoo Patterns
Long or short sleeved polo with collar & button placket. Unisex and easily customizable.
These patterns will give you the most variation for your money, while staying within the dress code.
Classic Chinos by Peekaboo Patterns
The perfect khaki pants pattern for school uniforms. Also includes shorts length chinos. Up to size 12.
Beach Bum Bermudas by Peekaboo Patterns
A more casual alternative to chino shorts. Up to size 8.
Lottie Skirt by Brownie Goose
A fitted waistband with button or hook and eye closure, gathered skirt or box pleats, and professional 3″ hem. Up to size 14.
These patterns will help transition your school uniform wardrobe in between seasons.
Basic Leggings by Serger Pepper
Leggings to keep legs warm under skirts or shorts.
V-neck cardigan by PeekABoo Patterns, 3 mos-12 years
Button up cardigan with banded sleeves and waistband.
Patterns you need for gym class to the lunch room.
Buccaneer BBall Shorts from Patterns for Pirates
Basketball style shorts with curved or straight legs, panel piping or stripes, and faux or working drawstring waistband. These will look great in gym class!
Backpack for Toddlers by Filles a Maman
For smaller kids, this backpack is perfect for back to school! Pattern includes 2 versions.
Love Your Lunchbox from Gingercake
Handy lunchbox pattern with bonus snack pouch.
These are my picks for school uniform sewing patterns. If you want to get a head start on fall and winter wardrobe planning, check out this free printable checklist from Gracious Threads.
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Hope this helps you get geared up to sew. You might like some of my sewing boards on Pinterest. That’s where I pin all the things I want to sew…but never get around to making. Sigh…