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Thread: Autumn Themed Wall-hanging Ideas Please

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    I'm sure some of you have beautiful autumn themed wall-hanging ideas. Could you please share some photos and patterns ,especially the easy ones? Thanks

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    I made this last year, I just googled coloring pages (pumpkins, sunflowers, maple leaves, oak leaves) and appliqued them on and blanket stiched around everything
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    Gorgeous Kim! Thanks for sharing :)

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    If all else fails and you want really easy, just combine some half square triangles in fall colors into a pleasing pattern. It couldn't be easier!

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    I have maple leaves in assorted fabrics on multi-greens for the backings ... all one inch squares and HSTs!

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    Love that one.

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    Love your wall hanging.Did you do the blanket stitch by hand?

    Quote Originally Posted by mimom
    I made this last year, I just googled coloring pages (pumpkins, sunflowers, maple leaves, oak leaves) and appliqued them on and blanket stiched around everything

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    One is Halloween and One Autumn...

    not done yet still in process candy corn witch
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    Really nice.... simple and yet look at the work you put into it.
    I have used kids Coloring book pages for ideas for quilt squares and applique and simple embroidery for a Baby Quilt.

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    As i am Nursery teacher, Morecoloringpages.com helped me a lot. I download coloring pages and take print out then distribute to kids to color those coloring pages. Now i am downloading Halloween coloring pages for kids.
    http://www.morecoloringpages.com/hal...ing_pages.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat
    Love your wall hanging.Did you do the blanket stitch by hand?

    Quote Originally Posted by mimom
    I made this last year, I just googled coloring pages (pumpkins, sunflowers, maple leaves, oak leaves) and appliqued them on and blanket stiched around everything
    yes, I did it by hand. Its very relaxing and I havent figured out if my machine makes that stitch

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    I am planning on making the Window to Nature quilt for my niece and one for myself as well - I figure two at a time. I'm not fond of felt so I was going to do some double thickness appliques for the leaves instead (two pieces right sides together & turned right side out)

    http://www.debbiemumm.com/Projects/Quilting/2007/09/

    I also wanted to make a pumpkin wall hanging I saw somewhere - the pumpkins were kind of log cabin style more or less. I started collecting oranges to make it and now I've misplaced it. I'm thinking it might have been in one of the quilt magazines I have which means it will need to wait until next year....

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