Fall Sewing with EYMM Patterns

This baby is almost officially down to a single digit week countdown! We’re really excited, though the to-do list is still reaaaaaaaaaally long. Having a early October/late September baby also means it may or may not get cold here while I still have baby on board. Tricky right!

Today I’m sharing some sewing for the Fall that will work for before and after baby. My need to bolster my transition wardrobe came at a great time. I’m also able to show 2 great patterns from EYMM while they celebrate 2 years of patterns. (this post contains affiliate links)

Join EYMM and 24 fellow bloggers as we celebrate the first 24 months of our pattern shop with a huge sale and giveaway!  Featuring 8 different patterns for women and girls, as well as having a huge site-wide sale.  There is also a great giveaway at the bottom of this post. Don’t wait because you don’t see sales like this often from EYMM and it will be over before you know it!

EYMM Womens Four Seasons Cardigan

First up the Four Seasons Cardigan! This pattern comes in cardigan and duster length. I choose the hood option, because I love a hood and this is a big cozy hood.

I made no alterations to make it maternity. This knit will be great for cool weather and is very soft, but it’s also pretty thin. To avoid rolling messy hems I followed the instructions for clean finishing the cardigan without hems.

EYMM Womens Four Seasons Cardigan

Another great benefit of this cardigan, because of the draping it’s a built in nursing cover. I have more than one little person at home, which means we leave the house and do stuff. I also had one baby who refused to take a bottle EVER. We build them stubborn and strong willed like that. I’m totally at peace nursing in public, but I do like to be covered. This is will be such a handy layer I won’t have to whip out an extra cover.

I also made up a Dolman top out of a gold knit I’ve had on a shelf forever. At some point you just have to cut into the gold knit.

Kymy’s Dolman Top PDF Pattern

I used Kymy’s Dolman top maternity/tunic view. When I made this version I left off the ruching thinking it would transition more smoothly to a tunic post bump. After wearing it a few times I think it will fit belly better with the ruching, and that can be easily pulled after if I decide to.

My first dolman is also getting a lot of wear still!

Kymy’s Dolman Top PDF Pattern

These dolmans were both super fast sews. I adjusted the shoulder on my gold top to narrow in the boat neck. I’m pretty narrow across the shoulder. Both looks are really great and you can easily achieve an off the shoulder layering piece or a bra strap covering less wide neck with the same pattern and a tiny adjustment provided in the instructions.

Kymy’s Dolman Top PDF PatternMake sure to check out what everyone else has been sewing up and enter to win a great giveaway below.

*NOTE* The links below won’t show the tour posts until 11am PST on their day of the tour, BUT you are welcome to click through and check their blogs out at any time.

Connected by a ThreadPattern RevolutionThe Wholesome Mama

Climbing the WillowRebel & MaliceHibbadoray

Pretty & Precious ClothingSprouting Jube JubeCall Ajaire

Once Upon a Sewing MachineSwoodson SaysBlessed X Five

Beri Bee DesignsSewing the Seasons, Sew Outnumbered

Creative CounselorLulu & CelesteAnalog Bytes

Handcrafted by RedBoutique BirdieHattieLu Handmade

Capture, Craft & CookWelcome to Our Crazy WorldCreate 3.5


Not only is there an AMAZING blog tour going on but 1 lucky winner that leaves a comment below between now and 8.3.15 will win a FREE EYMM pattern of their choice!!!!  Which one would you pick?

Then hop on over to EYMM to check out the awesome SALE, and an even bigger celebration giveaway with over $1000 in prizes.  There will be 40 winners in all.

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  • Ajaire July 30, 2015, 7:59 am

    Gold knit!! It looks great 🙂 That four seasons looks really cozy too. I’ve been trying to decide on one more fall layering cardi and when I made one for my girl I realized that would be great for me too. Now you’ve sold me!

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