Sewing and Quilting for the Fall Season is a perfect time to make something special for yourself or for others. While we watch the leaves drop and the sky turn to grey, now is the perfect opportunity to use up some scraps or cut into that special fabric you have been saving! Let me share some really great patterns and inspiration with you so you can start creating! Check out these 15 fabulous patterns for fall!
This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. ? Read my full disclosure policy here.
let nature inspire you
Most of these patterns are fun and simple. Some patterns require a little more “know how”. If you’ve ever tried foundation paper piecing, you will know how great these projects can be! Not only do they turn out PERFECT, but they can also be added to other blocks to make a larger project! I just loved these different patterns:
This cute squirrel has lots of character and is a challenging but fun make. Use the finished block as a mini quilt or as part of a larger creation. Think of all the scraps you can use up!! The PDF also includes instructions to scale-up the pattern to make a quilt of any size. Pattern by Diane Lawrence with Etive & Co.
What’s Thanksgiving without a turkey? The Gobble Gobble Turkey Pillow Cover uses traditional piecing techniques (no foundation paper piecing) and finishes at 18″ x 18″. Instructions for turning the Turkey quilt block into a pillow cover are included, although the turkey would be darling as a mini quilt, table topper, or as a block in a throw quilt, too. Pattern by Center Street Quilts
Sew Kind Of Wonderful QCR Mod Owls Pattern- This pattern uses both the Quick Curve Ruler and the Quick Curve Mini Ruler (both sold separately). These adorable owls have a very modern look with their clean lines and simplistic design. All curves are pieced
This is an adorable pattern for two felt ornament designs. A folksy candy corn and a pumpkin with mushroom. Both designs are included. Finished Ornaments measure approximately 4” x 7” without ribbon hanger. Pattern by Simply Eilene.
Set of 12 Quilt Block Patterns: Leaf, Squirrel, Pumpkin, Lantern, Scarecrow, Fire, Owl, Turkey, Hedgehog, Picnic, Roast Turkey, and Pie. Patterns come in both 6″ and 12″ sizes. Patterns are by Burlap Blossom Patterns.
The Candy Corn quilt block pattern is a beginning FPP pattern that assumes a basic knowledge of paper piecing. The pattern is clearly labeled, has colored graphics, and full size pattern pieces with a 1/4″ seam allowance included. It finishes as a 3″ x 3″ or 6″ x 6″ block and would be perfect to add to your next Halloween or Fall project. This block is by Center Street Quilts.
This pattern is ideal for intermediate level stitchers as well as beginners with some knowledge of common embroidery techniques. She include lots of step by step photos to guide you through the entire stitching process. The pattern is designed for a 4″ hoop (it can be used with a different size hoop – you can resize the pattern sheet in your printer settings. Pattern by Matryoshka Doll Shop
I don’t know about you, but I am excited about all the Fall sewing and quilting possibilities! I’ve already made the Fancy Fox Tote and the Barn Mini Quilt….. I think my scraps are beckoning to be made into something Fabulous!!
Tell us in the comments if you have tried any of these fun projects!