Free Pattern Friday: Hello, Autumn!

Fall is officially here — finally! We have just the projects you need to kick off the season (all for free, of course).

Crisp in the Fall Wall Quilt

1Crisp in the Fall Wall Quilt

Simple appliqué and backstitch embroidery team up to create a lovely sentiment for the changing season. It’s the perfect project for a wall hanging or door banner.

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Leaf Quilt Block Tutorial<

2Leaf Quilt Block Tutorial

Gather your scraps and stitch up a beautiful maple leaf block. It sews up in no time using half-square triangles framed by fabric strips.

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Huber Grove Apple Cozy

3Huber Grove Apple Cozy

Make the most of the season’s crisp, juicy apples by keeping them protected from bruises and dirt.

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Leaf Dishcloth Scrubbie

4Leaf Dishcloth Scrubbie

Bring the outdoors into your kitchen — no we’re not talking about a trail of leaves on the floor. This crochet scrubbie will get good use this season.

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Forest Whimsy Apple

5Forest Whimsy Apple

Embroider themed sweatshirts for a trip to the orchard! The machine embroidery design comes in sizes for 4″ by 4″, 5″ by 7″ and 6″ by 10″ hoops for numerous possibilities.

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Fall Jewelry Inspirations

6Fall Jewelry Inspirations

Lampwork glass acorns are just one of the nature-inspired jewelry ideas in this roundup of ideas.

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Fall Photography

7Secrets to Successful Nature Photography in Every Season

Capture the beauty of the changing season through the lens of your camera. This free guide is jam-packed with tips for taking gorgeous photos.

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Scarecrow cupcake

8Scarecrow Fondant Topper

Celebrate the harvest with adorable cupcake toppers. This tutorial shows you how with professional results you can achieve at home!

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I need this free pattern can your share method to obtained this. Thanks

Ramona Johnson

You just click on the box that says “GET THE FREE PATTERN”

Willi Miller

Why do you send these from the Jewelry Making Blog when it’s mainly fiber projects?


It looks like they include one from each main category, including jewelry and cake decorating.

Mimi F.

Why not? You can never have too much information.


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