The leaves are falling, and we’re feeling inspired! This week, we’ve chosen a colorful collection of free leaf-inspired projects and a recipe just for you!
Maple Leaves Quilt Block
Gather up your scraps — batiks would be especially wonderful — for this 12″ block. Combine a couple block to create placemats, table runners and wall hangings.
Fall Mug Rug
Stitch up a few mug rugs in an afternoon! Templates are included, so you can appliqué leaves and pumpkins by hand, machine or make it really easy and use a fusible.
Autumn Leaves Jacket
Great for beginners, this free pattern includes instructions for newborns up to 36 months. For a bit of a challenge, add embroidered leaves and matching buttons.
Maple Leaf Coaster
Maple leaves are the quintessential symbol of fall. These are made in three pieces that are sewn together. You can stitch up an entire palette of colors in no time or use variegated yarn for even more appeal.
Autumn Flowers Needlepainting Embroidery
With fall colors and acorns, this embroidery is made even more lifelike using needlepainting techniques. Illustrated step-by-step instructions make this sophisticated beginner-level project a breeze to stitch.
Frosty Autumn Leaves Beadloom Bracelet
If you like bead weaving on a loom, you will love this free pattern. Pick bead colors to match your wardrobe and you can create a clasp or cuff bracelet that will be the envy of your friends.
Acorn Paper Craft
Simple elegance — that’s what you get with this paper acorn pattern. Match the colors of your décor and pop it in a flea market frame for a new take on nature’s bounty.
Apple Cider Doughnut Recipe
Wondering what to do with your apple harvest? How about homemade doughnuts? Add some spices and an apple cider glaze and you are sure to have an annual favorite.
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