Falling for Patchwork

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Fall is right around the corner! Time to pull out your sweaters, scarves and all things pumpkin. It's also the perfect time to decorate your home for the autumn season with fall-themed quilting.

Dig deep into your stash, pull out your favorite fall colors, and get ready to sew these seasonal designs. From quilts to runners to throw pillows, we have you covered for fall!

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Choose your favorite oranges and browns to create the Pumpkin Spice Pattern . The instructions will show you how to make eight half-square triangles out of two fabric squares. This is a quick and simple pattern that is beginner friendly.

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This wall hanging is the perfect way to welcome the fall season! Falling in Love is a sampler quilt pattern featuring favorite fall items. This versatile pattern includes directions for the variety of techniques needed for the project, including appliqué and embroidery. The sampler blocks can be arranged as the wall hanging above or in a line as a table runner -- it's your choice!

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Decorate both your table and your wall with this one of a kind patchwork project! The  Pumpkins Coasters Pattern provides directions to make four versions in different shapes and sizes. When they aren’t being used on the table, link them together and hang them up as wall decor.

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Bring autumn into your home with the Acorn Pillow ! In this pattern, the leaves and acorn are fused and appliquéd onto the background fabric. Embellish the design with your favorite buttons, lace or trim. Use your imagination!

 

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These Patchwork Pumpkins are the perfect festive addition to your autumn decor. The patterns included directions to make three different sized pumpkins, measuring 4-6” high, stem included. The small-sized pumpkin makes an especially cute pincushion!

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Last but not least is Scattered Leaves , a FREE quilt pattern by CanuckQuilters! This large throw is made of 42 pieced leaves. Each leaf is framed individually, so there is no need to create sashing. The classic prairie point edging adds a bit of elegance to this beautiful traditional quilt.

Do you like to sew for autumn? Which of these projects are you “falling” for?

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