The September cardigan is knit in a simple structure pattern that makes it extra warm and a bit stretchy so it grows with the child. It has a long, narrow fit and extra length to the arms. The wood buttons are perfect with the almost rustic look of this mossy green, soft wool cardigan.
Taking a walk in crisp air, seeing apples ripe and ready, hugging an oak - the September cardigan is perfect for such things.
The first pile of pants for this season is inspired by the deep, rich colours of early autumn; dark, ripening berries, purple garden flowers, grass, leaves, harvest and greens - the moment before everything turns golden.
The pants are very simple with elastic waist and ankles. I usually make three at the time of these, using different fabric qualities depending on season and intended use. They have a great fit and the simplicity of the pattern makes it perfect for sewing for fast growing little ones.
This little pile is for Storebror, my 4 year old. The fabrics are a purple babycord in 100% cotton, a dark lime coloured one in the same quality, and a charcoal woolmix recycled from my old pants that I got paint on. Purple is his favourite colour. He is happy.