Welcome the arrival of autumn by creating some fab fall sewing projects! Our collection of fall sewing patterns has everything you need to get autumn-ready, from a whimsical back-to-school project for kids to cute cold-weather fashion. Plus, design the ultimate chic leather tote that you’ll use every day! The projects in this collection include: Shooting Stars Rainbow Zipper Pouch, Truly Timeless Leather Tote Bag, Northeast Chic Oversized Fall Scarf, Lakeview Quilted Fall Vest, Autumn Afternoon Trench Coat Pattern, and Athleisure Essentials Color Block Hoodie. Wrap up your summer by shifting into fall mode with these sewing projects.
Fall Sewing Projects
This chic and sophisticated fall scarf is a quintessential cool weather staple! Drawing inspiration from traditionally woven plaid scarves, the eye-catching detail of this sewn accessory is its elegant and professional fringe edging. The oversized nature of this scarf makes it the perfect final layering piece of any fall outfit and is a great way to inject some New England prep into your autumn wardrobe. All that is missing is the crunch of leaves underfoot and a hot coffee. READ MORE
Make your little ones feel like a star student with this adorable zipper pouch! Perfect for holding pencils, erasers, and other school must-haves, this back-to-school sewing project uses raw edge applique to give your zipper pouch some fun texture. This small project fits perfectly into desks or backpacks and can be customized with your child’s favorite color. Get your kids excited for fall with their own personalized back-to-school gear. READ MORE
Snuggle up this fall in a sophisticated quilted vest with this project from Meg Healy. Design a comfortable, chic fall vest with deep side pockets and a tie waist in beautiful jewel tones, like the rich cerulean blue pictured. This project is aimed at intermediate sewists and provides multiple opportunities for expanding your sewing skills, like learning pattern drafting and working with thicker fabrics. We love that this project uses quilted fabric, making it a fun potential upcycling project for sewists and quilters alike. READ MORE