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5 free sewing patterns to sew this autumn/winter | wardrobe staples

If your looking for some staple pieces for your me-made wardrobe but are on a tight budget (or just enjoy a few freebies) these 5 patterns are perfect! Each one is a timeless garment that can be interchanged with your existing wardrobe and bound to keep you warm and cosy during the these colder months.


Noelle sweater


The Noelle Sweater Collection is a free sewing pattern bundle is here to keep you warm this autumn with three different patterns to choose from.


Wide leg pants


Get set for a stylish winter with this season’s hottest trouser shape – the wide-leg pant! Download the exclusive Peppermint pattern created by In The Folds and sew your own.


Freya Coat


The slouchy, throw-on design is topped off with a full lining, stylish stand-up collar and two handy pockets, plus beginners will have the opportunity to stretch their sewing skillset by adapting to working with thicker fabrics, such as coating.



Monroe turtleneck


A boxy style featuring drop shoulders, a turtleneck collar and optional three quarter or full length fitted sleeves. Relaxed and easy to wear, Monroe is a quick sewing project and a classic autumn/winter wardrobe staple.



Sky shirt dress


The Sky sewing pattern is a classic gathered shirtdress with a modern twist and attention to detail. Cut in a flattering, timeless shape, a great feature of this favorite design is the flap patch pockets and contrasting topstitching which add some interesting detailing.




Happy sewing!

Kym x

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