Nothing says Fall has arrived like snuggling up under a comfy quilt. Imagine having the perfect one tucked away on a shelf in the back of your closet, waiting for the weather to change. You may catch glimpses of it now and again when you open that closet. Occasionally, it might call to you, reminding you that Summer is almost over. And, you remember how charming it felt to be nestled in that quilt. If you want that delightful feel of wrapping yourself in something that says, “Fall has arrived!” then now is the time to get started. I’ve curated a collection of The Best Quick and Easy Fall Pumpkin Quilts found on Pinterest. I’ve also included a quick “how to” on the last one.
Now, you don’t have to spend an afternoon scrolling through these sites because I’ve found the best of the best!
Fall Pumpkin Quilts
Don’t you just love the way the gray background makes the pumpkins pop? And look at all the patchwork variety.
This pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew is one of my favorites.
And, it comes in a mini, too! How fun is that!
I really like how this quilt used solid pieces of fabric for the majority of the pumpkin. That makes it likely to get finished in time to display for Fall. And, I love the quilting. Each pumpkin is unique.
I never would’ve thought about using this turquoise-ish blue background for a pumpkin quilt. But, look how those pumpkins really stand out!
The quilting really makes all of the designs stand out. And, don’t you just love those blackbirds ~ especially the one in the pie!
Not every pumpkin quilt has to be bright orange. I adore the star design pieced within the pumpkin and the use of pastel Fall colors.
Sometimes you don’t need a whole quilt, just a small wall hanging or centerpiece for your table. I whipped this up after dinner one evening using a FREE pattern I found on Craftsy. (affiliate).
I modified the quilt block by adding a 4.5″ x 8″ piece of fabric at the bottom and appliquéd the word, Fall. Click this link to download the appliqué letters. Note: Cut out two L’s and reverse them when tracing.
I quilted this mini using with a Walking Foot using a diagonal design spaced 1″ apart. I didn’t stitch down the word, FALL because it is for decoration and not every day use.
This mini quilt is quick and easy. It’s an ideal project to jump start your Fall.
Technically, this isn’t a pumpkin quilt, but it will go nicely with pumpkins. You’ll find the instructions here. The tutorial calls for cutting the leaves on a Silhouette. You don’t need to own one to recreate this project. You can download the Silhouette software for free and print out the designs. Trace them onto the back of your fusible adhesive and you’re good to go. It’s really that easy.
If you love some of these quilts, check out my Fall Pumpkin Quilts Pinterest Board.
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