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We’;ve harvested our favorite fall sewing projects to help you celebrate the autumn season! Create colorful fall fabric leaf themed decor, sew spooky Halloween ornaments, and set your Thanksgiving table with heartfelt, handmade decorations.

Set your table with fall leaves with these easy to make Autumn Leaf Placemats. This free tutorial includes the downloadable pattern for these appliqué maple leaves.

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Fall is here and the temperatures are dropping and the trees are starting to turn gorgeous shades of copper, redburlap throw pillow covers, gold and green. Heidi Lund shows you how to create a fabulous Fall Leaf Table Runner that you can use again and again.

In Autumn the leaves turn the most wonderful colors of copper, green, orange, yellow and red! Make these delightful three dimensional Free-motion Stitched Thread Leaves and use them to decorate your fall table or mantle, or to add to gifts and cards.

Fall is a magic time of year. Turn its first chill into a warm touch for your home décor. Let the dancing leaves spend the whole year with you, appliquéd on your new DIY Fall Wreath Pillow.

Barbara Schneider puts a twist on the age-old activity of collecting colorful fall leaves by recreating found leaves in fabric and thread. Take a look at this fascinating process in this technique post at WeAllSew.

Create a fun, personal decoration with this 15 Minute Monogrammed Pumpkin project!

Welcome trick-or-treaters to your door with a handmade DIY Happy Jack Door Hanger from WeAllSew,

Our friends at the Fat Quarter Shop created this super spooky bat shaped appliqué to decorate the Gone Batty Pillow project!

Teri Henderson Tope designed this sweet wall hanging featuring a little kitty with a big moon. Learn how to make the Hello Mr. Moon wall hanging here at WeAllSew.

These little Sugar Skull Mug Rugs are the perfect project to help practice your free-motion quilting skills. Perfect lines are not required! Make a set to celebrate Halloween, Dia de los Muertos, or any day you are feeling a little spooky.

Our friends at Art Gallery Fabrics created this simple Give Thanks Table Runner using the technique of fussy-cutting letters and flowers from fabrics.

Fall is Cherry Guidry’;s favorite time of year. She loves the fresh crisp air, apple cider and pumpkin spice lattes, beautiful color, and pumpkins everywhere. So Cherry has designed a simple fall project to show you an easy way to do “hand embroidery” by machine with this Pumpkin Table Topper!

Add sparkle to your Thanksgiving holiday table with these Sparkle Rolled Hem Napkins.

Looking for something special for your autumn or holiday decor? Here’s a fun in-the-hoop project from Lisa Archer, learn how to create DIY In-the-Hoop Pumpkin Napkin Rings.

To make your dinner table extra special this year we want to share with you a quick and easy tutorial to make a Personalized Mitered Napkin.

Sewing is an incredibly rewarding and creative skill to learn! When you know how to sew, you have the ability to express yourself through things that you make. You can create personal touches for your home, conserve resources by remaking or mending clothing, give one-of-a-kind unforgettable gifts, design your own wardrobe, and feel an incredible sense of accomplishment for making something yourself.

First of all, our home is anything but perfect, just ask anyone who stops by. It’s often chaotic, filled with three little girls, my husband Chris, our dog Dusty, my random projects and myself. I am frequently asked “how do you stay organized?” Well, in so many ways. I have shared about it from room to room, but thought I’d share it all here today. And, let’s be honest, it didn’t hurt to be pregnant twice in the last two years either! Here are my home organization tips that can be done in a few minutes or a nap time.Where to start? Mudroom? I need to take updated photos of this space to show you how it’s used, but it varies from season to season, which is what makes it work so well. In the Spring/Summer, you’ll find the baskets filled with baseball hats, sunscreen and bonnets. In Fall/Winter they’re filled with hats & gloves. This serves as our main coat closet. Having a landing spot is SO important for me…it keeps the otherwise tossed aside items in an organized manner. The girls’ shoes go in the basket below the bench. This room is also our laundry room, so there is a corner hamper and on a hidden hook in the mudroom side, a bag that holds our dry cleaning.

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