6 Leaf Quilt Patterns to Stitch This Fall or Spring

Laurel Selvage Leaf Appliqué Table Runner

Celebrate the changing of the seasons with fun and fast leaf quilt patterns. Pick your favorite and transform them into pillows, wall hangings, table runners — whatever you can think of!

1. Autumn Maple Leaf Block

Gather your fabric scraps and craft a simple maple leaf block. This pattern makes the perfect addition to any table runner, or you can stitch it into a pillow for fun fall-themed decor.

2. Maple Leaf Paper Pieced Quilt Block

Maple Leaf Paper Pieced Quilt Block

If you love paper piecing, this block is for you. The pattern includes two different styled maple leaf block designs and includes paper-piecing instructions. Make individual blocks to use for mug rugs or potholders, or create several blocks to use for a table runner or wall hanging.


3. Sprouts Table Runner

Sprouts Table Runner

Celebrate spring with this gorgeous runner! It comes in two different sizes: 12″ x 30″ and 13″ x 40″. Use bright spring fabrics for the vases and your favorite spring greens for the leaves.


4. Vintage Leaf Quilt Block

FREE Vintage Leaf Quilt Block pattern

Scrappy, vintage-inspired blocks like the one above are perfect for quilters who are looking for ways to use up leftovers from other projects. This free pattern is the perfect way to showcase a rich array of autumnal hues, or to put a fresh spin on fall with modern hues.


5. Buckeye Leaf

Buckeye Leaf pattern

Can you imagine an entire leaf quilt made of these lovely blocks? This marvelous pattern is perfect for combining with simple pieced blocks for a bold, unique quilt.


6. Laurel Selvage Leaf Appliqué Table Runner

Laurel Selvage Leaf Appliqué Table Runner

Sewing with selvages has never looked so good — or so festive. Bright, colorful and playful, this bold block would be beautiful at the corners of a leaf quilt, or even as a quarter of a mini-quilt.


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