As the seasons are already starting to change here in Michigan (we’re already experiencing temperatures below 60, it’s rough) we’ve got fall apparel on the brain. I’m excited for cozy layers and not having to worry about boiling to death outside. So I’ve uncovered patterns for some awesome pieces I’d love to add to my wardrobe this fall!
|Liesel & Co’s Metro T-Shirt|
First, Liesel & Co’s Metro T-Shirt is a great staple year round. With a super simple fit and options for short or long sleeves, the Metro tee is something you could wear every single day. There’s even a pattern for a men’s cut!
|And a men’s version!|
The Meridian cardigan by Imagine Gnats is exactly the kind of cardigan I want to cocoon myself in for the duration of the long cold season up here. The pattern suggests medium weight jersey (like all these yummy jersey knits or gorgeous Anna Maria Horner overlock knits). Plus it’s reversible so it’s practically like sewing one garment and walking away with two.
|Ah yes, the perfect cardigan cocoon for fall.|
This Late Lunch Tunic is the perfect top to pair with leggings– for days when real pants just aren’t going to make the cut. I love the look of the sample made up with chambray. This would look and feel awesome in Peppered Cotton for a similar heathered solid look! If that’s not your thing, or maybe your seasons are not quite as harsh as they are here in Michigan, this would be awesome made out of lawn or voile (like how gorgeous would it be in this Gramercy voile?)
|With leggings or jeans, this tunic is perfect cozy for fall weather!|
Let’s not leave out the kiddos! Blank Slate’s Basic Blazer and Figgy’s Nituna swing line coat are adorable staples for stylish little ones. These would be great made out of a bit heavier substrate like a cotton-linen blend or oxford. That Nituna coat would be adorable with one of the Alice in Wonderland oxfords!
|The perfect little boy’s blazer|
|For the fashionable little ladies in your life!|
pattern orders with the code PATTERN10! Time to start stitching!