Here are 5 patterns to sew this fall. With summer sewing winding down it’s time to prep for cooler days. Trying to decide what to sew up first? These are our top five suggestions of patterns to sew up with temperatures dropping.  

1. The Dakota Pea Coat 

Have you always thought coats were too time consuming? Do not fear, the Dakota Pea Coat is here! This pdf pattern includes brilliant step by step video tutorials to make sewing this coat a breeze. This gorgeous coat is perfect for the changing seasons and looks great in a pattern print or with a plain fabric.

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2. The Virginia Tunic

The Virginia Tunic is a lovely choice. It has long sleeves, so perfect for fall weather and has lots of swing too. You can download the pdf pattern here [include link], it’s a great choice for back to school sewing too.

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3. A button down Shirt

This shirt can be made for girls and boys, and is a lovely smart choice for the autumn. This shirt works well with light and medium weight fabrics, making it the perfect transitional shirt to sew up for fall. As with all Frocks & Frolics patterns, full video tutorials are included!

4. Travel Wallet

This wonderful little gem of a free pdf pattern is a perfect, quick sew that will impress your friends and family when you go to visit! You know what it’s like when you’re preparing to go on those longer trips – trying to find your passport, insurance details and your currency. This free wallet pattern keeps everything in the same place and makes travelling a breeze. Best of all, it’s a free pattern that you can download and start sewing right away.

5. The Paris Bolero

This is a lovely light fall jacket. It works brilliantly over those light summer t-shirts that you aren’t ready to put away yet, as well as sleeveless dresses. Best of all, this pattern works with a range of fabrics so you can choose to have a more casual look for school or choose a heavier satin for a great addition to our flower girl dress. Which will you sew up first?

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