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5 Sewing Patterns for Women – Fall 2020

This year has been a whirlwind, and I’ve been itching to make some new pieces for my fall wardrobe. I’ll be honest, it’s been a while since I’ve sewed anything. I’ve been so busy! Lately, I’ve been scouring Etsy, Pinterest, and basically the entire internet for some new sewing patterns for women for this Fall and I wanted to share with you what I’ve found! It’s definitely got me inspired and motivated to make some of these.

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The Hinterland Dress by Sew Liberated is the perfect, simple pattern that makes it so easy to build an outfit from! I like that this dress can be worn in the warmer months, but you could easily layer it with a long sleeve for the fall.

sleeveless dress pattern

The Page Dress by Elbe Textiles. Again, this dress can be layer able and it’s super long, so your legs won’t get cold when the temperature drops. I also love the fabric that was used for this dress.

persephone pants

These Persephone Pants by Anna Allen. I actually bought the pattern for these awhile ago, but I haven’t had the chance to make these yet! I’ve been loving pants that are wide legged and a bit cropped. You can also make these into shorts for the summer!

blouse sewing pattern

All Well Box Top by All Well Workshop has 4 different variations off the same pattern. I love clothes that are versatile and simple and these patterns looks so stylish!

blazer sewing pattern for women

Jasika Blazer Pattern by Closet Case. This blazer is so cute! Personally I feel like it can be hard to find blazers that fit just right. Why not sew it yourself to fit your measurements accordingly!

Let me know if you end up purchasing any of these sewing patterns and if you’ve completed them! Happy stitching. 🙂

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