While summer is surging forward in other parts of the country, up here in Colorado we’re starting to get hints of fall. We have forecasts for highs in the 60s later in the week, we’ve been getting more rain than usual, days are already getting shorter. This from a place that snowed on Mother’s Day; I DO NOT APPROVE.
But come it will, so we’d better start planning. Here at RST, we’ve scoured the Internet for the best fall indie sewing patterns to make fashion-forward, gorgeous fall clothes. There were so many to choose from! We’ve included casual and dressy, woven and knit, easy and more involved. If you’re a garment sewist, there’s bound to be something here for you!
1. Roxanne by Victory Patterns. Lightweight wovens; beginner. Digital pattern $12.95 CAD, paper pattern $19.95 CAD.
2. Stella Blouse by Blue Ginger Doll Patterns. Wovens; beginner. Digital pattern $13.50; print paper pattern $20.
3. Kimono Jacket by Sew Caroline. Wovens; beginner. Free!
4. Tamara Knit Top by Style Arc. Knits; intermediate. Paper pattern $14 AUD.
PANTS & SKIRTS
1. Juniper by Colette Patterns. Woven; beginner. Digital pattern $12; paper pattern $16.
2. Lynne Skirt by Style Arc. Woven; intermediate to challenging. Paper pattern $14 AUD.
3. Hudson Pant by True Bias Patterns for Indiesew. Knit; intermediate. Digital pattern $10.
4. Charlotte Skirt by By Hand London. Woven; beginner. Paper pattern $19.45.
DRESSES & JACKETS
1. Coffee Date Dress by Pattern Runway. Wovens; advanced beginner to intermediate. Digital pattern $11.50.
2. Bellatrix Blazer by Papercut Patterns. Wovens; intermediate. Paper pattern $30.
3. Dropje Hooded Vest by Waffle Patterns. Wovens; intermediate. Digital pattern $10.10. (Heads up: I love this pattern so much I’m making a vest myself! Pattern review to come in a couple of weeks.)
4. Wenona Shirt/Dress (two patterns in one!) by Named. Wovens; intermediate. Digital pattern €13.00; paper pattern €19.00.
5. Sandra Dress by Salme Sewing Patterns. Woven; beginner. Digital pattern $8.
This is only the tip of the iceberg! It was difficult to narrow our favorites down to just these. We’d LOVE to hear what fall indie sewing patterns you’re excited to make this as the weather gets colder. Let us know in comments below or hit us up on Facebook or Instagram!
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