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Learn to Make a Scrappy Maple Leaf Quilt Block

Fall is such a beautiful time of year. I love all the color. Beautiful reds, yellows, oranges, and golds. Even browns are pretty in the fall. It’s the perfect time to bust through your scraps. Let’s make some scrappy maple leaf blocks.

Pull all your autumn colored scraps and join me in a little scrappy play. You will need 1- 3″ background square, 1- 2 1/2″ background square, 1- 1″ x 5″ stem, 3- 2 1/2″ fall colored squared, and 4- 2 1/2″ half square triangles. Use your favorite method. My go to method uses a flying geese ruler and strips. Learn how here.

Next watch this quick and easy video tutorial. Make sure to share your scrappy maple leaf blocks on the Facebook page. I’d love to see what you create!

Are you looking for more fun fall projects? Check out these 15 fun fall projects. Choose from wall hangings, pot holders, quilts and more. Plus lots of great fall themes; apples, candy corns, pumpkins, and of course more fall leaves.

One of my all time favorite fall quilts is Blowin’ in the Wind. It uses a color wash of crumb fabric and reverse applique. The pattern is included in my book. Crumb Quilts. Get your signed copy here.

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