When I think of fall, I think of flavor. There are so many delicious spices and scents that perfectly sum up the feeling of autumn—the first sip of a Pumpkin Spice Latte, the smell of cinnamon in the air, the taste of a freshly-baked apple pie. As much as I wish I could eat nothing but fall-inspired sweets until December, I do actually need to eat a vegetable from time to time (and I have a feeling that pumpkin pie doesn’t count.) But instead of going without, you can indulge in the flavors of fall with some fun autumn sewing projects!
This gorgeous Pumpkin Spice Quilt Pattern artfully combines the colors of the season for a stunning autumn effect, and it can keep you warm even after the famous latte has retired for the year! The neutral colors in this Nutmeg Star Quilt Block, on the other hand, are perfect for a more subtle fall color scheme, while this Candy Corn Free Motion Design is fun and frivolous. For appliques, you can’t go wrong with the cheery Watercolor Apples Applique or the classic look of the Chestnut Applique Leaf. And if you want a less traditional fall color scheme, be sure to try this Minty September Steps Quilt on for size!
If you’ve no room for any more quilts in your life, don’t worry. You can just as easily make this Cinnamon Spice of Life Tablecloth to wow your guests during the autumn holidays! Combine it with the Apple a Day Table Topper for an adorable fall table that’s sure to turn heads.