- Spiderweb Potholders from Sew Mama Sew: These potholders are perfect for Halloween and a great way to practice your circle quilting.
- Candy Corn Color-Blocked Pillow from Positively Splendid: Make a cute dotted candy corn pillow using this tutorial, or use other color combinations for any season.
- Spiderweb Table Runner from Crafty Cupboard: This impressive table runner make take awhile to make, but the results look amazing. *Must see!*
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- Thanksgiving Tablecloth from Sew4Home: Impress your guests with this paneled tablecloth this fall. There are also tutorials for making the coordinating napkins and place card/favor bags.
- Thanksgiving Hand Towels from Crazy Little Projects: Add some decor to your kitchen and bath with these cute turkey applique hand towels.
- "Thankful" Banner from Holiday Crafts and Creations: This project doesn't require a sewing machine, just felt, embroidery thread and a hand sewing needle.
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- Fall Ruffles Table Runner from Made to Be a Mama: This pretty table runner is made out of quilting cotton and can be kept out all season long.
- Maple Leaf Coasters from The Long Thread: This tutorial has printable templates to make festive leaf coasters out of felt. They would also look great scattered as part of a tablescape.
- Fabric Pumpkin Tutorial from Thompson Family Life: This fabric pumpkins require just a minimal amount of hand sewing. Make some up in festive fall colored fabrics.
- Scrap Buster Fall Pillow from Cluck Cluck Sew: This pretty pillow project is a great way to use up scrap fabric.
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10 Fall Crochet Projects
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I've given crochet projects a lot of love lately, but don't worry I haven't forgotten about the sew-ers! Here are 10 free tutorials for decorating your home for fall. They are categorized by Halloween, Thanksgiving, and general-fall themed projects. Many don't even require a sewing machine, just a bit of hand sewing.
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