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Fall is my favorite season of the year. I love the colorful trees and the weather. I also love fall decorations in the house… they look so good! Below I listed some Fall Quilting Patterns FREE that were published in AccuQuilt that you might like!
Twirling Star Quilt Pattern
The Twirling Star Quilt is a unique twist on the star patterned quilts. It is made with half hexagons that make this sawtooth pattern very easy to sew. Use fall colors like the ones shown in the picture and you’ll have a stunning fall accent for your living room.
Quilted Leaves and Logs Wall Hanging Pattern
The Rustling Leaves has all the leaves you can imagine, and you’ll get a beautiful quilted wall hanging to add to your fall décor this season. The fabrics used for the one in the picture were provided by Robert Kaufman Fabrics
Fall Frolic Skinny Pattern
The Fall Frolic Skinny Pattern is a great project that you can display in any corner of your house and it will add a great fall detail to your home.
Bountiful Gift Table Runner Pattern
The Bountiful Gift Table Runner Pattern is a wonderfully quick and easy runner that is a perfect project for the upcoming holiday season! This piece is sure to add a personal touch to your Thanksgiving table this year.
Rustling Leaves Pillow Pattern
Create this gorgeous fall inspired pillow using various sized leaves. Use wool or felt to make a cozy home décor piece for any season by simply changing the color of the leaves.
Make these fun turkey placemats using this clever pattern. These placemats will be a nice addition to your Fall home decor and Thanksgiving table.
Have fun decorating your home with these Fall Quilting Patterns FREE. Share pictures in our Facebook Sewing Group, I’ll love o see what you are making.