Rustling Leaves for AccuQuilt GO! Shapes

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Rustling Leaves for AccuQuilt GO! Shapes Pattern


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Embroidery: Rustling Leaves for AccuQuilt GO! Shapes
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Machine Embroidery

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • machine embroidery

Pattern Description:

These beautiful leaves can be used for embellishing home decor projects and clothing for any season. They stitch up very quickly using the pre-cut AccuQuilt GO! shapes (AccuQuilt GO! cutter and dies ( die # 55389 and 55390) must be purchased separately). Or you can cut them using the actual size templates provided with the machine embroidery files.

There are a total of 16 different files with beautiful edge stitches of satin stitch, traditional applique blanket stitch, free-form applique stitch, and candlewick stitch. Each leaf can be stitched in one color or the leaf veins can be stitched in a different color.

File formats provided include: ART, hus, jef, pes, sew, and vip with instructions provided in pdf format.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Maple Leaf - 4.75" x 4"
  • Oak Leaf - 4.75" x 4"
  • Poplar Leaf - 4.75" x 4.75"
  • Sweet Gum Leaf - 4.75" x 4.0"


  • fabric for applique
  • fabric for background
  • embroidery machine
  • tools for machine embroidery
  • AccuQuilt GO! Rustling Leaves die 55389
  • AccuQuilt GO! Rustling Leaves die 55390

You Will Also Need:

  • machine embroidery thread
  • cutaway or tearaway stabilizer
  • iron-on fusible web (or water soluble fabric glue stick)

About Designer

About Designer

Marjorie Busby on

I have been "crafting" since I was a child. It seems there's always another project I'm ready to start--and I finish quite a few of them too. I love knitting, sewing, quilting, and machine embroidery.

Malcolm Gladwell talked about mastery of a skill in his book Outliers: The Story of Success. He said, "In fact, by the age of twenty, the elite performers (violinists) had each totaled ten ...

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