Sewing Cozy Fall Tops

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I love everything fall: pumpkin patches, red and orange leaves, those clear crisp mornings. It’s heaven on earth. I always look forward to spring because it means seeing little forearms and knees that have been covered for long winters but fall means cozying up in joggers and leggings and tops and tunics.

These are the most recent fall outfits I made my kiddos. I used the 11th Hour Gear and the Dublin Dolman, both from New Horizons.

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This was my first time sewing the 11th Hour Gear. I’ve been crushing on all the fabulous versions I’ve seen in the New Horizons Facebook group. The pattern comes with two pants patterns (straight leg and jogger) and a super versatile top. I can already predict this one being remade a lot in the future.

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Owen is growing so fast vertically but not at all width wise! His pants from last year are fine in the waist but look like capris on him. So all new pants! The joggers are a cotton French terry from a Knitpop mystery sweater box.

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I love the pocket on this top because it feels fresh and gives him a spot to carry around his favorite vehicles. I’ve also made a version without and that was a great basic too. I used dark grey and mustard solid cotton lycra from Knitpop, a grey French terry for the arms, and the cute panda jersey print (no longer available but these are so cute) from Jumping June Textiles.

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I’ve sewn the gathered skirt version of the Dublin Dolman before here and loved it. This is the regular curved hem tunic and it looks so cute paired with leggings. I used some yellow Hacci sweater knit which is fuzzy and soft to the touch. The cuffs and neckband are mustard cotton lycra from Knitpop and are the perfect tone on tone accent.

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I’m absolutely obsessed with this curved hem, its super cute!

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***I received this pattern in exchange for sewing and photographing it but my thoughts are my own. This review contains affiliate links for which I receive a small commission on any sales. This helps support my ridiculous fabric collection and is much appreciated.**

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