Fall is coming on fast! This year you can start early on those quilts you keep meaning to make before the colder seasons catch up with you. Not to mention, the kids are back in school! What better way to spend the quiet days you have now than on some quality quilting. We’ve rounded up a variety of quilting projects and patterns, so you can take your pick and get started!
How adorable are these Ombre Flying Geese on this dress? You can apply this technique to anything: on a homemade garment or one you already have!
This Machine-Pieced Clamshell Tutorial brightened my day when I ran across it. I love how cheery the shapes and colors are.
This Go West quilt immediately caught by eye and I can’t seem to stop staring at it. The pattern is surprisingly affordable and would make for an impressive and decorative wall piece!
This Hexagon Quilt is the perfect fall project to do with your kids if they’re into fabric crafting. It’s extremely straight forward and produces a beautiful finished project anyone can admire! (Even the donkey.)
This Beekeeper’s Quilt gives new purpose to old wool socks! Your kids will thank you for allowing them to get rid of those 5-year-old socks they don’t wear anymore, and the cat will thank you for providing a new soft bed! Get cozy for the cold front ahead!
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