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Careful color placement in the three blocks emphasizes an X and O pattern. Color choices give this table runner a decidedly fall look. Fabrics are from the In Bloom collection by Sandra Clemons...
Add autumn style to your home with fast and fun fall decor projects.
Discover the joy of hand embroidery and embellish a kitchen towel (or two)! Plaid prairie points along the edge add color and texture.
A traditional Log Cabin quilt includes plenty of folk art appeal with large stars and cross-stitches hand-quilted with perle cotton.
Nine-Patch blocks —made up of Four-Patch units and squares— are set on point across a Cheddar print field to create a geometric treat for the eye.
A double helping of patchwork and appliqué makes this wall hanging a fall delight.
Taupes, browns, and other neutrals give timeless appeal to a classic quilt.
Miniature versions of a classic block make for a dapper table topper.
Fall-color triangles dart this way and that across the warm, seasonal table topper.
Arrange 100 Shoo Fly blocks on point to make this rich, autumnal throw.
Turn a scrappy Maple Leaf block into a contemporary pillow in fall colors. Fabrics are from the Authentic, Etc. collection by Sweetwater for Moda Fabrics.
Mix batiks and solids in a simple quilt that makes an eye-catching fall table topper. Fabrics are from the Effervescence collection by Robert Kaufman Fabrics...
Traditional fall colors mix surprising well with aqua, pink, and coral for a picnic basket quilt that has autumnal style. Fabrics are from the Martini collection by MYKT for...
Make a gorgeous table runner for your fall table using simple triangle-squares.
Use classic autumn colors to transform four blocks into a fabulous fall wall hanging. A cream hue frames the tumbling leaves in the center. Fabrics are from the Fall Feast collection by Barb...
Make this charming folk art wall hanging using fusible wool appliqué with buttons and rickrack for accents.
Assorted fall colors are the perfect combination in this folksy wall quilt.
Cultivate a trio of techniques—hand and machine appliqué and hand embroidery—on a throw that has a harvest theme.
Combine Four-Patch units into Nine-Patch blocks with sashing for a simple and traditional wall hanging.
Halloween hues and striped sashing set the tone for a scrappy quilt composed of vertical strips.
Tiny Square-in-a-Square units look like perfectly manicured olive-green fields viewed from above.
Brown sugar hues and a bounty of reds are sprinkled throughout a tantalizing throw featuring Snowball and Four-Patch blocks.
This showcase for fall-tone fabrics is fast to cut and quick to piece.
Look closely: There really aren’t Churn Dash blocks in this quilt. It’s the intersections of the asymmetrical block that create the appearance of Church Dash.
Make a bunch of acorn-inspired felt pincushions and needle books, then squirrel them away for holiday gifts.