Our Fall Style Tour wrapped up a couple of weeks ago, and we still can’t get over all the amazing makes! It is always incredible to see how the tour evolves and how each look is so unique, but together they make a cohesive collection. Let’s take a look back at all the inspiring looks from this fall’s tour. Revisit some of your favorite stops or catch up on one you might have missed. You’ll also find quick links to all the fabrics and patterns for easy reference!
Leanne kicked off this fall’s tour with her take on a fall shirt dress. She picked this gorgeous corduroy shirting in a soft terracotta color that suits her beautifully and goes with her stunning Arizona surroundings. Get all the details about her make HERE.
Pattern: Helen’s Closet Gilbert Top
Fabric: Corduroy Shirting
Shannon brought us our first layered fall look. This stunning waterfall cardigan and a classic tee and the perfect staples for any seasonal wardrobe. Not only do they look great together, but they’ll also mix-and-match beautifully with just about anything else. Learn more in her post HERE.
Up next, Simone wowed us with her gorgeous combination of color and textures for her handmade separates. She paired two favorite fabrics with these stylish, but comfortable patterns for a fall look we all want to live in! Find out more about both pieces HERE.
Talk about comfort and style! Whitney kicked things up a notch for Day 4 with her stand-out layered look. We love this combination of different knits and a woven for three classic pieces that are as good together as they are on their own. Watch her video post HERE.
We joined in on all the fun for Day 5 with our take on fall with a cozy cable cardigan and matching rayon blouse. Cozy and warm, we love how both pieces turned out and can’t wait to enjoy them all season long. Learn more about both pieces and the patterns we used to create the look HERE.
For the halfway mark of the tour, Dei shared not one, but two gorgeous fall looks! First up, a statement fall floral maxi dress, and the second, a twist on a classic tee. Both looks are very different but also so uniquely her. See lots more photos and get all the info HERE.
Patterns: McCall’s 8104 | Burda 6477
Next up, Tiffany shared this head-to-toe denim look with an extra dose of happiness and fun! She selected stretch denim for her bell-bottom jeans and paired them with a rayon twill bodysuit. We love this combination of something more structured, like denim, with the softness and drape of the rayon. Get all the details HERE.
Patterns: Simplicity 8789 | Mimi G’s Simplicity 8655
Coziness overload! For Day 8, Lori paired a cozy flannel plaid with a matching sweatshirt fleece for this snuggly layered look. She sewed up an oversized shirt-style jacket and classic hoodie for two pieces she is sure to enjoy all season long. Learn more about the details of each make HERE.
We were over the moon to have Duane join us this fall and he did not disappoint with his twist on fall layering. First up, he took a traditional waistcoat and turned it into an everyday staple using a soft corduroy shirting and snuggly flannel. He paired this with a stunning rayon twill button-up for this classic look. Find lots more photos and get all the info HERE.
Fall layering inspiration continued with Lindsey’s take on cozy staples. She sewed up a cozy quilted knit vest, rib-knit tee, and pull on jeans for another ultra-comfortable but stylish combination. She tied the look all together with a fun flannel scarf and we fell in love! See all four pieces in action in her video post HERE.
The Grand Finale! Joanne wrapped up the fall tour with two more separates—an oversized button-up and a pair of knock-out trousers. We especially love these stunning color combination of rose and rust! See lots more of her beautiful photos and learn more HERE.
Thank you, thank you, thank you to all the sewists that joined us for our Fall Style Tour and to all of you that followed along with us! Your time and support mean the world to our small business. We hope you love kicking off the next season of sewing with this giant dose of inspiration as much as we do. These Style Tours are always highlights to our year and something we so look forward too.
Until spring, stay safe and happy sewing!