A Charming Block Design for a Table Topper or Wall Quilt, Too!
Patchwork pumpkins star in this beautiful quilt for your autumn decor. Select a variety of fabrics from your stash to give it a scrappy look.
While the tendency may be to make the pumpkins from all orange fabrics, the quilt will be more interesting if you mix the colors up a bit. We love how the turquoise patches add variety and make the oranges pop in this example.
Look closely and you’ll see a shining star on each pumpkin. This bit of whimsy makes this quilt even more endearing.
Runner made by @hummingbirdthread.
Runner from Simple Stitches.
This pattern is easy to stitch together, too. It’s all straight piecing. If the full quilt is more than you want to tackle, consider making a table topper or wall quilt with a handful of blocks.
Quilt by @emmas_crafternoons, quilted by Robin Lorio.
Quilt by Joanne Biwer.
Found on Pinterest.
The finished quilt, from Margot Languedoc of The Pattern Basket, is 48 1/2″ by 60 1/2″.
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