Now that we are in September and heading towards those cozy, cooler days and nights, I have been looking for some projects to keep me entertained these next few months. There is nothing cozier than curling up by the fireplace with a nice project and a mug of hot cocoa, don’t you agree?
There are all kinds of sweet projects out there and I wanted to share a few of my new likes: First off, there is this really cool pumpkin quilt, made with 3D leaves! Isn’t that the coolest?
It has such a fresh, new look because of those leaves. And I love that I can use up some scraps ( or maybe have a great excuse to buy some new orange FQ’s….hmmmmm). You can find this pattern by going here.
If the pumpkin quilt looks like more than you are willing to take on right now, there is this adorable banner quilt that would be so easy to make ( and it would do up so quickly!).
It would be another great scrap buster and you can find it here ( and it’s even on sale right now!).
My 2 personal favorite Halloween-y projects are this tablerunner ( I mean, come on, look at those sweet kitties with their bowties!), and this to die for ghosty quilt….the “hair” bows are too cute! This pattern is even designed by a Canadian gal!
If Halloween is not your thing, I did find some sweet Autumn projects as well!
I love scarecrows and this table runner is just adorable. Just think of all the scraps you could use in this one!
And then there is this scarecrow runner! How adorable is this?! And again, I’m envisioning all my scraps being put to good use….
This wallhanging is so simple but oh so pretty! You could make this one in an afternoon!
In case you don’t have enough oranges in your stash, I found this huge selection of beautiful orange fabrics: ( these are just a few of them!)
And last, but not least this super adorable pumpkin made from an old book!
Well, there you have it. A BIG selection of projects and activities to keep you entertained these next few months! Do share your creations with me via email (you can find that link up above in the “contact me” box), via Instagram ( just tag @farmhousequilts), or via the Facebook group. I love seeing what you are working on!
Until next time~happy creating!