Fall 2019 Sewing Pattern Roundup

As the air turns a bit more crisp and days begin to shorten, it’s officially time to start thinking about your transitional wardrobe. With Mood’s infinitely growing library of free sewing patterns, it’s easy for your autumn threads to start falling into place.  From jacquard jackets to fluid velour dresses, your handmade fashions are about to be unbeleafable.

For this outfit above, we used one of Mood’s newest patterns – the Lyonia Shirt. Originally made in a gorgeous lace, we made a more casual option here with a dotted chambray and decided to nix the lower sleeves.

The overlaying trench vest is a hacked version of the Caladium Trench. Typically meant for a winter coat option, we chose to skip the sleeves on this one as well to transition it effortlessly into fall. Since the original is unlined and meant for a thicker fabric, I opted to self line this new version.

The skirt is an unaltered version of the Cassia Skirt. How adorable is it in an all-pastel version?

Let’s take a look at some more sewing patterns that are sure to elevate your fall looks!

We’re seeing pleated pants more and more both on the runway and off. From classic suiting to unconventional faux leather, the Aster Pants would look stunning in all sorts of fall fabrics. Check out how we used Mood’s luscious new prints from their Exclusive Collections!

Paperbag waistlines are back in a major way and we’re loving this trend for fall. Stay traditional with a pair of our Primrose Pants in a soft and breathable linen, or transition into the cooler months with a supple crepe or lightweight twill.

The Aster Pants

The Aster Pants

Showcasing a high waist, accentuated by two pleats, our Aster Pants are so adorably chic, they’re wearable for both business and pleasure! Download them here!

The Primrose Pants

The Primrose Pants

I’m in love with the over-sized patch pockets, and the back faux welt pockets add such a stylish detail. Download them here!

Transition-friendly tops are wardrobe essentials during fall. Try the Alder Top in one of Mood’s new silk prints or the Azara in a luscious velour. The Felicia Sweater and Davallia Bodysuit would both look stunning in a simple, yet elegant rib knit!

The Alder Top

The Alder Top

The Alder top is a simple project that can be easily made in a short amount of time, yet still make you look like you stepped straight off the catwalk. Download it here!

The Davallia Bodysuit

The Davallia Bodysuit

Our Davallia Bodysuit free sewing pattern allows you to step out in a striking mutton sleeve to stay on trend, with a large back cut-out to help you stay cool and comfortable from summer into fall.  Download it here!

The Azara Top

The Azara Top

The Azara top has beautiful full bell sleeves, a slim button placket, and a striking pointed collar. Download it here!

The Felicia Sweater

The Felicia Sweater

The Felicia Sweater can be made from a number of Mood’s stunning fabrics, but for an extra comfy touch, I strongly recommend their bamboo knits and their rayon rib knitsDownload it here!

Dresses and skirts are both great options for the transitional months. Try leaning towards heavier fabric options, such as a velour or suiting for the Xeranthemum or Nyssa Dress. Want something a little more lightweight? Opt for the Cypress or Shirley Dress in a twill or sateen for year-round versatility!

If skirts are more your vibe, try getting into the faux trend with a suede version of the Cassia or Cress Skirt!

The Cypress Dress

The Cypress Dress

From the crisp shawl collar and self-covered buttons, this stunning A-line dress is flattering as both the children’s and women’s version. Download it here!

The Cassia Skirt

The Cassia Skirt

The Cassia Skirt Free Sewing Pattern is loaded with chic details like the contrasting faux leather waistband and over-sized pockets! Download it here!

The Cress Skirt

The Cress Skirt

Conservative enough to wear to the office while easy and breezy enough to throw over a swimsuit, our Cress Skirt free sewing pattern is as versatile as it is cute. Download it here!

The Nyssa Dress

The Nyssa Dress

What’s better for versatility than a gorgeous and classic wrap dress? Download it here!

The Shirley Dress

The Shirley Dress

This dress sewing pattern features a pleated skirt that’s just begging to be paired with a border printDownload it here!

The Xeranthemum Dress

The Xeranthemum Dress

This pattern’s super flattering shape and easy-to-sew design will make this your key fall wardrobe piece. Download it here!

Stay prepared for drastic weather changes in a chic blazer made from one of our luscious suitings or twills! Try the Zea Blazer for a wardrobe staple, or go with the bolder Gladiolus Blazer that lends itself well to trims and applique embellishments!

The Zea Blazer

The Zea Blazer

The Zea Blazer was designed specifically to be the perfect high-end addition to any wardrobe at a fraction of the creation time. Download it here!

The Gladiolus Blazer

The Gladiolus Blazer

The Gladiolus Blazer free sewing pattern gives you nothing less than Haute Couture vibes minus all the meticulous work. Download it here!

Find a silhouette that suits you with one of our suit or jumpsuit patterns! Show off your favorite cotton twill or linen print as the Poplar Overalls, or mix and match some separates with the Ercilla Suit. Stay comfy and chic with a bamboo jersey or stretch velour with our Bergenia or Darmera patterns!

The Bergenia Jumpsuit

The Bergenia Jumpsuit

The Bergenia jumpsuit is here to create the perfect balance between comfortable and sexy. Download it here!

The Ercilla Suit

The Ercilla Suit

Whether you want to stand out at your holiday party or play it a little more classic, The Ercilla Suit delivers. Download it here!

The Darmera Jumpsuit

The Darmera Jumpsuit

With no finicky closures or constricting fabric, the Darmera Jumpsuit is the perfect project for one of Mood’s lush crushed veloursDownload it here!

The Poplar Overalls

The Poplar Overalls

The Poplar Overalls are not your basic overalls. Download them here!

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