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Fall Wall Hanging

By: AccuQuilt

Fall Wall HangingIf you're looking for that perfect decoration for the fall season then look no further. You can make your very own fall wall hanging. Just sew and quilt it together and there you go.



  • Background Fabric—1/4 yard
  • Appliqué Fabrics—fat quarters and scraps
  • Dark Half Square Triangle Fabric—3⁄8 yard (includes binding)
  • Light Half Square Triangle Fabric—fat quarter
  • Fusible Web—1 yard
  • Backing—1⁄3 yard
  • Batting—10" X 39"
  • Pattern

Finished size 6" X 34"


Cutting Instructions:

Background Fabric:

Cut one—6½" x 30½" rectangle

Dark Half Square Triangle Fabric:

Cut 3—2½" x 40" strips for binding

Cut 6—2" half square-fi nished triangles

Light Half Square Triangle Fabric:

Cut 6—2" half square-fi nished triangles

Appliqué Fabrics (with fusible web backing):

Cut 4—maple leaves

Cut 5—oak leaves

Cut 3—pumpkins

Cut 3—acorns and caps



  1. Pin and sew six light and dark half square triangles right sides together. Press seams toward darker triangles.
  2. Pin and sew half square triangles into two sets of three following orientation in diagram.
  3. Remove paper backings from appliqué shapes.
  4. Position leaves, pumpkins and acorns on background rectangle. Fuse according to manufacturer’s instructions.
  5. Machine appliqué edges of shapes with matching thread and a narrow zigzag or narrow satin stitch. Add detail as desired.
  6. Layout sections of wall hanging according to diagram.
  7. Pin and sew sections together.
  8. Press seams toward background.


Quilting and Finishing:

  1. Layer batting between wall hanging top and backing.
  2. Pin or baste layers together.
  3. Machine quilt details on appliqué.
  4. Add binding, mitering corners.

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This fall wall hanging will look great in my kitchen. Matching the Autumn colors of my decor.

The measurements on this seem rather odd and not in jive with what the actual photo appears to be. Six inches by thirty-nine is really narrow and quite long. A coaster is 4" wide ! The average table-runner is about 14" x 40" I think I will enjoy making this, but will add a bit of extra to balance the sides with the length. [even for a bell-pull it is out of whack] I love the look of this.


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