The Falling for you quilt pattern is my latest pattern release. I have a video linked below, where I demonstrate how to be make a queen size quilt. This pattern also has the throw and full sizes available.
The Falling for You Quilt Pattern is available in a variety of sizes. This pattern features the Maple Leaf Quilt block in two sizes. I chose some solid fabrics from my online shop. This fall fabric bundle turned out to be the perfect combination for this Falling for You Quilt! Let’s dive into making the maple leaf quilt blocks!
I love the larger leaf and all the smaller leaves surrounding it.
One of my pattern testers, Nancie V, chose a darker palette and it looks amazing! Nancie made the Full sized version. Take a look at her finished quilt! Nancie did an amazing job on her Falling for You quilt! Be sure to keep up with Nancie on her Instagram account.
Nancie sent her quilt top to the long armer for finishing! I can’t wait to see her finished quilt!
Michelle also used solid fabrics for her version of the Falling for You Quilt Pattern.
Michelle chose some really happy color combinations and even made some of the maple leaves with different shades of the same color. How fun!
Michelle completely finished her quilt top so fast that she was even able to get it quilted! I just love this fun version of the Falling for You Quilt Pattern! Be sure to follow along on Michelle’s instagram to see what else she is up to!
I was truly smitten by Zuzana’s version of the Falling for You Quilt Pattern! I think we all know how much I love this color palette!
Zuzana is quite the photographer too! She took special care in her stitches as well as her photo layout! I mean, take a look at her finished quilt! Amazing!
Lori has an amazing version of the Falling for You Quilt Pattern! Her photos make me want to run and vacation at her spaces, right away!
I love her green background and all the lovely batiks for the leaves. Lori said her quilt top came together quickly and I would have to agree! Check out her finished product!
I’m ready to snuggle up in this quilt for a long cozy cup of something warm! Who’s with me? Be sure to keep track of what Lori is doing next on her Instagram account. Lori offers custom quilts and custom quilting with her longarm! Be sure to visit her at Glass House Quilting!
Connie was my super fast tester and she also told me that everything came together quickly. I love the fabric’s that Connie chose for her Falling For You Quilt Pattern.
These batik fabrics are perfect for a fall themed quilt! Connie has yellows, oranges and reds with a lovely solid background. Just look at her finished quilt top!
Connie has already dropped off her quilt to her longarmer, so be sure to follow Connie on her Instagram account and see how it all finishes up! Just lovely!
Karen completed her quilt top quickly as well! She, like many of my other testers, also chose batiks for the leaves. I love her color collection!
I had to do a double take to make sure I wasn’t sharing the same picture (as Connie’s Version) because they both chose such a similar fabric palette!
Karen managed to even quilt her quilt with a lovely E2E quilt design! She said it seemed appropriate to use her Creative Stitches’ quilt design called ‘Falling for You’ on her version of the Falling For You Quilt Pattern. You can keep up with Karen on her Instagram account.
Karma went bold with her background choice and I love it! You can’t miss this version with her amazing fabric selection!
You really can’t go wrong with Kaffe Fassett! I just love how Karma’s quilt top finished up! So much quilty goodness all in one project!
I can’t wait to see what Karma’s quilt will look like, once it’s quilted! Be sure to follow Karma on her Instagram page so you can find out!
I said, ‘Go Big – or Go Home!’ I made the Queen sized version of the Falling for You Quilt Pattern. I used a lovely bundle of fabric that I curated from the Painter’s Palette Solids Collection.
I pieced most of the quilt with my Juki DX-4000. This came together quickly since making the Maple Leaf Quilt Blocks was simple.
Once I had all the different Maple Leaf Quilt Blocks sewn together, it was just a matter of adding all the background fabric and assembling the rows of the quilt.
Sometimes, I use the rails of my Long Arm to organize my rows. This came together quickly, since a majority of the quilt is negative space.
Quilting Falling For You Quilt
I knew that I could use a Quilt Design from the Gold Collection on my QCT5 Quilt Automation. I selected a Maple Leaf Quilt Design and it stitched out perfectly!
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I would love to know your favorite version of the Falling for You Quilt Pattern in the comments below!