For the second year in a row, I thought it would be fun to put together a Fall Children's Clothing Series. This is simply a way for me to share with each of you a few of the designs and outfits that I have made for my children this fall. This year I made about 50% of my son's wardrobe and 80% of my daughters. My son got a lot of nice hand-me-down clothes from cousins and friends. My daughter has a little but not a lot.
Today I thought I'd share some of the items that I made for my little man.
The staple of this little mans wardrobe this year is the Rival Raglan. It is a super fast sew and a great fit on him. You can see above we have the long sleeve and 3/4 sleeve. Found the dinosaur fabric over on Spoonflower.
Another Rival Raglan. My favorite the Mario shirt. I also found this fabric on Spoonflower. It isn't cheap, but since I am only using a small amount I plan to get a couple shirts or PJ tops out of it.
Here is one of his backpacks this year. This is Peekaboo Patterns Lil' Adventurer Backpack. You can read more about the pattern and grab the FREE Ninja Turtle Applique HERE.
Decided to also make another Hangout Hoodie from Peekaboo Patterns for my little man. We had 2 last fall and he really loved them. This year it is a little more sophisticated, but still little boy.
If you've been following the blog, you may have seen this top and pants. The top is the Maxwell Top. The pants are the new Field Research Pants. They are both great patterns.
Finally, we have the Zander Hoodie from EYMM. Love this jacket! You can read more about the Zander Hoodie HERE.
Want even more inspiration? Check out last years boy clothing.