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  • Fall's Glory

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    • Total submissions: 25
    • Total countries: 2
    • Total provinces: 1
    • Total states: 19

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  • A Pumpkin on the Table

    A Pumpkin on the Table (51" x 51")
    By: Terry A, Idaho, USA
    Blog: A Thimble Full

    I made this quilt to feature in teaching a class about disappearing-nine patch quilts. I used a panel and charm pack, and hand-quilted the center panel and colored blocks. My sister, the Pajama Quilter, machine-quilted the background.

  • Autumn Splendor (Pam in KC)

    Autumn Splendor (Pam in KC) (60" x 74")
    By: Pam in KC, Missouri, USA
    Blog: Quilting and Stuff by knitnoid

    I fell in love with the border fabric the moment I saw it. I picked out 12 FQ to go with it and used the pattern Crazy Eights by Bits 'n Pieces. My new BIL saw the top & wanted to buy it I refused. I quilted it with an all over ivy pattern and then gave it to him for his birthday.

  • Autumn Splendor (Susan Phillips)

    Autumn Splendor (Susan Phillips) (62" x 76")
    By: Susan Phillips, Colorado, USA
    Blog: Starwood Quilter

    I collected leaves from homes I'd lived in over the years and from schools I had attended. My son was going to school in Ghana and sent some leaves. I included leaves from my grandparents' and parents' homes. Such fun! I traced around these leaves onto felted wool and stitched with Perle cotton.

  • Autumn's Changing Colors

    Autumn's Changing Colors (50" x 60")
    By: Patricia Moffitt, Alaska, USA

    I like fall colors better than any others so used this pattern to make a wall hanging.

  • Before the First Freeze

    Before the First Freeze (28" x 33.5")
    By: Ruth, Oregon, USA

    After the first freeze the berries on my crabapple tree become sweet, and the birds begin to eat them until they are gone. My beaded wall hanging celebrates this time of year.

  • Colors of Autumn

    Colors of Autumn (63" x 63")
    By: Sharon McConnell, Ohio, USA
    Blog: fabrics 'n flowers

    The sampler blocks were sewn as part of a monthly group at my local quilt shop. It was long-arm quilted by Judi Madsen of Green Fairy Quilts.
    One lady in the sewing group told me that she was very skeptical of my color choices at the beginning, but loved how it turned out. We both laughed.

  • Fall

    Fall (23" x 26.5")
    By: Katie Shabdue, Tennessee, USA

    Heritage Guild Challenge Quilt 2006- The wreath is from a pattern that I can't remember the name of.

  • Fall flowers fo Jamie

    Fall flowers fo Jamie (60" x 83")
    By: Kathy, Tennessee, USA

    This quilt was made for my niece Jamie. She loves the fall colors like me. Found the pattern in McCalls Quilting mag. Nov.-Dec 2011 titled Prairer Patches, I changed colors and used flannel for backing.Quilted by my pal Ruth Spurlock ,it will be great for those cold Illinois nights!

  • Fall Patches

    Fall Patches (48" x 66")
    By: Valerie, Ohio, USA
    Blog: Evening in the Garden Quilts

    This quilt was inspired by the border fabric, and was made entirely from stash. I am especially proud of the blue feathers quilted into the border. See the back on my Flickr

  • Falling Leaves

    Falling Leaves (23" x 26.5")
    By: Quiltinjeni, Nebraska, USA

    This is a raw-edge applique, free-motion quilted piece with faux trapunto under the water. The dimensional batik leaf floating on the water gives the quilt a more interesting look.

  • Funky Fall Flowers

    Funky Fall Flowers (45" x 45")
    By: BJ Wright, Georgia, USA
    Blog: Adventures with Thread

    This was a pattern from a 'Buggy Barn Quilt' book.

  • Gailer's Autumn

    Gailer's Autumn (48" x 48")
    By: Barbie in NC, North Carolina, USA

    Guild Secret Sister gifted fabrics, my applique` and free-motion quilting...I love surprises!

  • Illinois Autumn

    Illinois Autumn (41" x 58")
    By: Tammy K, Illinois, USA
    Blog: quilt-pictures.com

    When I saw this quilt, I knew exactly who to make it for - my best friend that moved to Arizona many years ago and missed midwestern autumns. After her sister saw it and fell in love with it too, my friend asked if I'd make one as a surprise for her sister. Finished just just in time for Christmas

  • Imperial Splendor

    Imperial Splendor (85" x 96")
    By: Sally Johnson, Massachusetts, USA
    Blog: Sallys Quilting Corner

    This was my very first quilt I ever mad and this was what I chose to do when teaching myself to quilt. I love the fall colors...

  • Leaf Quilt

    Leaf Quilt (16" x 13")
    By: Erica Baron, Vermont, USA
    Blog: ParsleySpirit

    This was the quilt that brought me back to the joy of quilting after some time away. I haven't stopped since! The leaf was traced from an actual leaf I found one fall.

  • Leaves of Fall

    Leaves of Fall (35" x 35")
    By: Adele Hoyt, California, USA

    These fall leaves are made with batik fabrics and were machine appliqued. A variety of stitches were used for stems and veins. I machine quilted this quilt using loops and leaves with echo quilting on the leaves.
    This table topper looks grand in my dining room.

  • LinesFall

    LinesFall (25" x 30")
    By: Debbie-Esch House Quilts, Michigan, USA
    Blog: Esch House Quilts

    Falling leaves against a steely blue-grey fall sky inspired this wall hanging. The lines of color helped me convey the waves and layers of many leaves.

  • November Splendor

    November Splendor (14" x 14")
    By: Kaaren Biggs, Ontario, Canada

    One of a series of 12 monthly small quilts that I hang outside my front door - when the calendar shows it's the first of the month, I change the wallhanging!

  • Oak leaves

    Oak leaves (44" x 68")
    By: Marie's quilts, California, USA
    Blog: Marie's quilts

    I designed and made this quilt for one girl who loves oak trees and plays with acorns. I wanted to make something bright and gorgeous. I think I did it!

  • Oak Leaves and Acorn Batik Quilt

    Oak Leaves and Acorn Batik Quilt (48" x 48")
    By: Ellen Boisvert, Michigan, USA

    We have lots of oak trees around where we live and it is the same where our Son and his family lives. Over the years, our Grandkids have collected leaves and acorns and I thought that would be a unique wallhanging to make for our Granddaugther.

  • Only In Your 50's

    Only In Your 50's (44" x 72")
    By: Tina Gilley, Florida, USA
    Blog: Quilting For Enjoyment

    I made this quillow for my husband for his birthday, after we visited the Smoky Mountains in the fall. It was the first time he had seen real fall colors. One of my son's is the one who came up with the quilt's name.

  • Pumpkins for Sale

    Pumpkins for Sale (36" x 36")
    By: Donna K. from N. Texas, Texas, USA
    Blog: Quilting Bear Gal

    I used a Thimbleberries pattern

  • Pumpkins, Crows and Picket Fences

    Pumpkins, Crows and Picket Fences (20" x 20")
    By: Sweetland of Quilts, Pennsylvania, USA
    Blog: sweetland of quilts

    I love Fall and I have never seen a pumpkin I didn't like! I digitized this first so I could make it on my computerized longarm. I call it Applique' the Modern Way then for my domestic machine because all my friends wanted to make it.

  • Rich and Warm

    Rich and Warm (56" x 64")
    By: Shannon Fleming, Oklahoma, USA
    Blog: The Flemings Nine

    This quilt was made with a man in mind. I used non-flowery fabrics in orange, green and brown hues. It will given to our church's quilt ministry for someone in need.

  • Sugar Shack Leaves

    Sugar Shack Leaves (51" x 51")
    By: Rebecca Grace, North Carolina, USA
    Blog: Cheeky Cognoscenti

    I made this quilt for my husband to remind him of one of his favorite places in Vermont, an old sugar shack on the mountain where he could look down at all the beautiful fall foliage. The maple leaf stems were hand appliqued and all of the quilting was done by hand.