Some fall quilts, past and present

Don’t you love decorating for the seasons?  Right now, it most likely means bringing out some of those favorite fall quilts.  I still love my “elegant” Halloween quilt from last year.  You can read more about it and see more pictures here.

Elegant Halloween Quilt made by Julie @ The Crafty Quilter

 

Elegant Halloween Quilt made by Julie @ The Crafty Quilter

 

Another favorite from several years back is this All Hallow’s Eve Silhouette wall hanging from Fig Tree Quilts.  Seriously, super cute; I love bringing it out in October.

All Hallow's Eve Wall Hanging made by Julie Cefalu @ The Crafty Quilter. Pattern by Fig Tree Quilts

 

I have several tutorials for fall table runners.  Most recently is my Candy Corn Flowers Table Runner.   It’s easy applique and simple piecing for this one.

Candy Corn Flowers Table Runner Tutorial @ The Crafty Quilter

 

And from way back (2012), I have a fall table runner tutorial that incorporates some beautiful fabrics for a Thanksgiving feast.

Fall Table Runner Tutorial @ The Crafty Quilter

 

This year, I’ve made an adorable Pumpkin Patch Wall Hanging.  This is a soon-to-be released pattern available for purchase.  I’m having it tested soon and I’ll let you know when it’s available.

Patchwork Pumpkins Wall Hanging by Julie Cefalu @ The Crafty Quilter. Pattern coming soon!

 

October is a busy month.  Today, I’m attending the Pacific International Quilt Festival in Santa Clara, California.  I’m taking a ruler class in the morning and then I’m free to do some shopping and exploring.  On Friday, I leave for Austin, TX, to babysit the granddaughters for a few days.  I’m so excited to see them!  At the end of the  month, we’re taking a road trip to Everett, Washington to visit my daughter up there.  And between all of those events I have a few classes to teach and projects to finish!

Thanks for stopping by today, and I’ll be back next week with… something.  I’ll think of something (it might include pictures of two cute little girls).  Happy Fall!

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About Julie Cefalu

Hello! I'm Julie and I love to quilt, craft, read, garden, hike and spend time with my family.

22 thoughts on “Some fall quilts, past and present

  1. I love seeing your fall quilts, and I especially like the last one Pumpkin Patch – I think having a patch on the pumpkins is so clever!!! Can’t wait to make it when the pattern comes out.
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    Pauline

  2. Love that Pumpkin Patch wall hanging!!! It’s something I need to make for myself. Have a wonderful fall season and enjoy…..Christmas will be here before we know it

  3. I love all of your fall decorations you made. I would love to try both of the table runners you shared. I hope you enjoy your travels, I live very close to Everett, just east in Lake Stevens. I work in Marysville which is just north. It is a beautiful place to live.

  4. Thank you for sharing your Halloween quilts! I love how you use them as a base for adding little details, pumpkins, candy corn etc. you have a wonderful eye for decorating.

  5. I love fall too! I”m looking forward to doing both pumpkin wall hangings. Your instructions are always so great. Thanks for sharing and enjoy your family.
    Kay

  6. Inlove your hallowHal quilts. If you ever need pattern testing, call on me. I have 30 years experience in software testing. I’ve tested one dress pattern so far. I’d be happy to help you test your patterns! And I’m close.

  7. Thank you for the free pattern for the table runner. So pretty. My stash surely has similar colors that I could use. Appreciate your stories, they are so uplifting !

  8. What fun to see the Fall goodies! My Austin Sis-in-love has a Halloween birthday, so always looking for fun Fall ideas. Have fun with the grandbabies!
    M

  9. Your quilts are all gorgeous! I always have a problem picking fabrics to use so I love seeing the
    pictures of your quilts to get some great ideas. Thank you!

  10. Thanks for sharing your lovely work, here in Argentina we don’t celebrate Halloween much, a pity. Enjoy your trip and as always, look forward to your news.!

  11. Love the Pumpkin Patch Wall Hanging. The patch on the pumpkin is such a clever idea. Enjoy the granddaughters and your upcoming trip to see your daughter!!! If you get a chance, pictures of the Pacific International Quilt Festival would be much appreciated.

    Have Fun!!!

  12. Julie, I love your home!!! And, I wish that I WANTED to do seasonal decorating, but I don’t think that my puppy and cat would even notice, IF I had everything out of their reach (hmmm, not sure where that would be for a cat?)
    Enjoy your time with those little girls and say Hello to Everett for me! (I loved visiting there when my son was an aerospace eng with Boeing; before the BIG layoff after 18 yrs!!!!). That is one of the most beautiful places in this world to me!!!

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