Embroidery Projects to Celebrate Fall

Warm days with crisp mornings and evenings means fall is in the air. This week, its also on the machine and, with 70% off in the Pop-Up Store, there are so many project possibilities!

Whether it is on a shirt, a towel, or hanging on the wall, Kreations by Kara has a collection of more than a dozen Autumn Expressions in four hoop sizes. They also created the lacy leaves from Forever Fall on our blog header.

If the leaves look familiar, that is because they were used in the embroidered candle project.

Here is another leaf project. The embroidery on the Crazy Quilt Maple Leaf from Molly Mine is stunning. It is the perfect fall mug rug or table accent.

This little guy is so adorable. If you have never tried applique, Woodlands Autumn Applique from Embroider Shoppe would be a great place to start. It’s generous satin stitching is great for those new to applique, making fabric trimming not nearly so critical.

Nothing dresses up home décor like a Table Topper and this one from Kreative Kiwi is a fun in-the-hoop project. The pretty sunflower hexies are joined in the hoop with finished edges and no extra sewing. See just how easy the technique is to stitch in this blog.

Freestanding ITH projects like the Scarecrow Dangler from SewAZ are stitched in sections and then joined together.

A quick project to brighten up your seasonal décor, the Fall Sunbonnets from Dainty Stitches can be stitched out and put in a frame or used as the central medallion block for a table runner, quilt top, or tote bag.

What is your favorite way to use seasonal embroidery to brighten up your home?