9 Projects to Stitch and Sew this Fall - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

9 Projects to Stitch and Sew this Fall

Leaves are changing color, days are getting shorter, and the nights are cooling down… Fall is finally here! With the changing of seasons, we wanted to give you some inspiration for new projects that you can make to celebrate.

We’ve gathered multiple fall-themed cross stitch and quilt patterns, so grab a needle and your favorite fall fabrics, and let’s get started!

1. Acorn Woods

This Autumn, surround yourself with great oak seeds and fallen leaves with the Acorn Woods Quilt Pattern from Fig Tree and Co. This pattern would go great with a couple of Pumpkins & Blossoms charm packs!

2. Hey Pumpkin

Give a hey and hello to the beginning of fall with Hey Pumpkin by Chelsi Stratton! She created this beautiful design with an array of colorful pumpkins embellished with maple leaf blocks.

3. Oh My Gourd!

This low-priced pattern is so darn cute – all we can say is, “Oh My Gourd!” You can use your favorite Bella Solids in the colors of fall!

4. Pumpkin Patch

Let’s take a trip to the Pumpkin Patch! This adorable pattern from A Quilting Life is pre-cut-friendly and would make an excellent addition to your fall decor.

5. Roadside Harvest Quilt

Harvest all of your autumn wishes and pumpkin dreams with the Roadside Harvest Quilt. This quilt focuses on falling leaves and vintage trucks, placing us in the thicket of the season! Roadside Harvest features the gorgeous Cozy Up collection by Corey Yoder, adding a tender touch to this design.

6. Pumpkins for Sale

Celebrate the changing of the seasons with a vintage stitch, like Pumpkins for Sale. This design by Lori Holt is classic in look, and its pumpkin patch is ripe for the stitching!

7. Hey Pumpkin

Pumpkins can be magical and festive, and Hey Pumpkin by It’s Sew Emma is no exception. Stitch this pretty pumpkin design and finish it with our fun Hey Pumpkin Finishing Tutorial!

8. Calvin and Clyde

Set up your scarecrow with a little help from Calvin and Clyde! This Stitching with the Housewives cross stitch pattern is a charming compilation of all things autumn.

9. October Cottage Sampler of the Month

The month of October is always thought to be spooky, but Country Cottage Needleworks says otherwise with their October Cottage Sampler the Month pattern. This cottage is quaint and cozy.

Share Your Makes

Do you plan to make something for the fall? If so, be sure to tag us (@fqsxstitch and @fatquartershop), so we can see and share your work!

Happy Quilting and Stitching!

7 comments

  1. Hi, I tried to access the free pattern for Oh My Gourd but it takes me to a page where it is for sale. Help?

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