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Make an Easy Maple Leaf Mini Quilt for Fall

Hello, Quilters! With the weather cooling off, we’re welcoming in Autumn with an update on a popular pattern in our Classic & Vintage series, the Maple Leaf Quilt Block!  Our Classic & Vintage series focuses on traditional quilt blocks with a modern twist!

The Maple Leaf quilt block (a free download) is a gorgeous vintage block from the Kansas City Star column that is simple to make! Four of these blocks make a cute mini quilt or table-topper that measures 23.5″ square. We’re providing a FREE pattern for you to make your own Maple Leaf Mini Quilt to bring some pumpkin spice to your home.

We made our Maple Leaf Mini Quilt with Fig Tree & Co prints from All Hallow’s Eve and Christmas Figs II collections, but we think it would look great in any fabric with some autumnal tones. The beauty of this quick mini quilt is that the blocks are easy to make and it’s a great scrap buster!

We used prints from All Hallow’s Eve and Christmas Figs II by Fig Tree & Co for Moda, Bella Solids Off White 9900-200 for background.

Starting with five Fat Quarters, you’ll have enough left over to make an optional pieced backing!

Watch the Tutorial

If you’re ready to sew along with us, download your FREE Maple Leaf Mini Quilt pattern and watch Kimberly’s video tutorial for a step-by-step guide on making your block! *Please note the fabric placement and lettering on our free pattern will differ from those in the video.

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Check out our complete Maple Leaf quilt pattern with four different quilt size options available as a low-cost PDF download.

Share with #MapleLeafMiniQuilt

We hope you enjoy quilting your own Maple Leaf quilt and please share your work using the hashtag #MapleLeafMiniQuilt. Happy Quilting!

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7 comments

  1. Making this when I get home tonight from work. Thank You for the pattern Miss Kimberly. Growing up in PA, I love watching the trees change colors in the mountains.

  2. Thank you for free Pattern..
    Darling.🍁With AUTUMN..or Even to use For Spring or Summer..🤗

    When on a fixed income..its tough on buying Fabric an a pattern. .
    So I’m thankful for free patterns

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