Fall is upon us and we can’t wait to settle in for a few months of sewing, crafting and creating inside! Time for hot cider, cozy fires and a pile of cozy fabrics ready to be sewn. The biggest question is what to sew first?
This year’s Fall Style Tour didn’t help our predicament—with so many amazing garments we are a bit overloaded with fall sewing inspiration. Here is a look back at each stop, along with links to each post and all of the patterns and fabrics used. Revisit a favorite stop or find one you might have missed.
To kick off this season’s style tour, we shared two project that had been on our must-sew list for some time. They turned out to be the perfect staples to start building our fall wardrobe. Check out our extra cozy kimono jacket and classic stretch jeans in our post HERE.
Amy kept the cozy ball rolling with the crowd-favorite Toaster sweater and paired it with these fun textured pants. Isn’t the pop of color a fun combination with the more neutral top? Learn about both pieces HERE.
Star tested out a new pattern with the coziest twill-weave French terry. A classic look to enjoy all season long—dress it up for lunch with friends or keep it casual for a day lounging at home! Read more HERE.
Pattern: Elliot Sweater by Helen’s Closet
Fabric: Plush French Terry
Delia created this stunning fall look rich in both color and texture. This is the boiled wool coat of our fall wardrobe dreams and we love it paired with a cozy Linen sweatshirt. See lots more photos and get all the details HERE.
Lori took some fall RTW inspiration and ran with it creating this amazing look. Her combinations of color, pattern and texture took her makes to the next level and created two pieces she is sure to love this season. Find out more HERE.
Patterns: Vogue 9068 | McCall 7365
For Day Six, Cennetta rocked two gorgeous fall looks in one of our favorite seasonal colors, RUST! She used two TNT patterns and added some fun details to help finish them off. Take a closer look HERE.
Patterns: Simplicity 1314 | Butterick 6329
We were excited to have Peter join us for this fall’s tour! Color blocking back this season in a huge way, so he used that inspiration to create this amazing button-up. With so many pieces, this made the perfect canvas for his creation! Learn more HERE.
Pattern: Men’s Button-up (Similar to Fairfield Button-Up by Thread Theory)
In selecting fabrics for her post, Holly immediately had a vision for these two knits! She brought her ideas to life in these two garments and aren’t they amazing? Find out more in here post HERE, including how she added those amazing statement sleeves.
Cristy’s look is the essence of comfort for this fall. Like Amy, she paired am amazing saturated color with a more neutral top. Such a fun way to introduce a bit more color in your fall wardrobe. Read more HERE.
Fall is all about coziness and Beth is all set in her new maxi cardigan! She selected one of our coziest sweater knits and we are loving the versatile color. Learn more about this pattern and her make HERE.
Pattern: Esme Maxi Cardigan by Named
Fabric: Loopy Sweater Knit
For Day 11, Lindsey took some of her favorite fashion trends and RTW pieces and created her own versions. This raspberry/camouflage combination is such a fun choice for this fall, but both pieces will also be amazing to mix-and-match with other wardrobe favorites all season. Watch her video post HERE.
Elena took a classic T-shirt pattern and created two cozy looks for her fall wardrobe. She shared how she hacked the pattern into a simple tee dress and paired it with a jersey-weight French terry for the perfect fall staple. Learn more HERE.
Pattern: Cara T-Shirt by Megan Nielsen
Erin wrapped up the tour with two more amazing fall staples! As always, her choice of color, texture and pattern are impeccable and we are loving how these turned out. Take a closer look HERE.
Thank you so much to everyone that follow along with us during our Fall Style Tour! We can’t thank you enough for our support. We also ask you to join us in thanking all of the amazing sewists that joined us for this season’s tour. The time and effort they put in to create such amazing projects is so appreciated. We couldn’t have done it without them!
See you in the spring for our next style tour!