Fall is almost here! The weather has shifted a little here in Ohio and I am ready for those cooler days and cozy nights. Today I’ve got some great fall sewing projects for you that are perfect for the fall weather.
[one] The Cozy Cowl
This is a super simple project that’s perfect for all those cute knits in fall colors. I love this one that I made from this pretty polka dot yellow fabric. I don’t wear a ton of yellow but I love this particular mustard-y hue of yellow.
[two] Easy DIY Poncho
I love to throw on a poncho in the fall. This may also be the easiest of all of these fall sewing projects, so be sure to give it a try! I think I’m going to make one of a thicker sweater knit this year or maybe even a plaid flannel.
[three] Fleece Earwarmer Headband
I have a half dozen or so of these and I love them. I like to walk and run outside in the fall and a lot of times I prefer to throw on one of these earwarmers and put my hair up so that it’s off of my neck.
[four] Flannel Pillowcase with Ties
In an effort to make our bedroom more cozy I made these pillowcases a couple of years ago and I still love pulling them out every fall and keep using them until winter is done.
[five] Pajama Lounge Pants
Confession time- I love my pajamas. A LOT. My husband makes fun of me because in the fall and winter I typically come home from being out and I almost immediately change into sweats or pajama pants. I have passed my love of pjs down to my boys and I made them some pj/lounge pants that are perfect for lazy fall Saturdays watching college football.
[six] Infinity Scarf
Fall is great because it’s a mixture of warmer and cooler temperatures so you really can use everything from light to heavy scarves. You can use this infinity scarf tutorial to sew one up from either a light fabric in the picture or from a heavier material like a flannel or fleece.
Sometimes you feel like sewing, sometimes you don’t. You can use this no-sew method to make an infinity scarf too.
While we are on a no-sew kick these no-sew fleece throws are so so easy to make. You can make a small one like in the tutorial (I made it for my son) or a big one for an adult. They just pulled out all the new fleeces at Joanne’s and there are some really nice fleeces out there now.
I made this Super Friends Squares blanket for my younger son. I love being able to combine a cute cotton print fabric with fleece to make a nice, warm blanket without having to fool with a layer of batting and it’s great having that one side be soft and fuzzy.