Inspired by the bountiful beauty of Fall, this latest collection created by SweetbunnyArts is a tribute to all the elements that make this time of year so special. From the crisp air that beckons us outdoors to the abundant harvest that graces our tables, each design in "Autumn Harvest" has been carefully curated to capture the essence of this cherished season. Whether you're an experienced quilter or a passionate beginner, this collection offers an array of patterns and colors to ignite your creativity and bring the magic of autumn into your quilting projects.
Join us as we explore the captivating prints and designs that make up the "Autumn Harvest" collection. From traditional motifs like pumpkins, acorns, and sunflowers to modern abstract interpretations of fall foliage, there's something to delight every quilter's taste. Get ready to immerse yourself in the rich, earthy tones and stunning imagery that reflect the spirit of autumn and inspire you to create quilts that will be cherished for generations.
So, grab a warm cup of apple cider (or beverage of choice), snuggle up in your favorite creative spot, and let your imagination run wild as you envision the beautiful quilts, cozy blankets, and heartfelt gifts you'll bring to life with these extraordinary fabrics, including our easy-to-sew reversible cotton napkin project (free instructions below!).
Sage Color Story | Autumn Harvest Collection
Autumn Harvest Sage - Fat Quarter Bundle | Quilting Fabric Sampler
This carefully curated colorway assortment includes twelve (18" x 21" each) fat quarters in soft warm autumn shades of sage green, gold, pumpkin, and ivory from the "Autumn Harvest" collection by SweetbunnyArts! Each of these designs are also available as continuous yardage in every colorway shown.
Spice Color Story | Autumn Harvest Collection
Autumn Harvest Spice - Fat Quarter Bundle | Quilting Fabric Sampler
This carefully curated colorway assortment includes twelve (18" x 21" each) fat quarters in rich autumn hues of warm brick, sky blue, sage green, golden pumpkin, and creamy ivory from the "Autumn Harvest" collection by SweetbunnyArts! Each of these designs are also available as continuous yardage in every colorway shown.
Blush Color Story | Autumn Harvest Collection
Autumn Harvest Blush - Fat Quarter Bundle | Quilting Fabric Sampler
This carefully curated colorway assortment includes twelve (18" x 21" each) fat quarters in soft blush colorways including peach, pink, coral, and ivory from the "Autumn Harvest" collection by SweetbunnyArts! Each of these designs are also available as continuous yardage in every colorway shown.
How to Sew Reversible Cloth Napkins from Fat Quarter Bundles
Here are step-by-step instructions for making a reversible cloth napkin using two 18" x 21" fat quarters of coordinating colors or print fabrics:
Materials You'll Need:
- Two 18" x 21" fat quarters of coordinating quilting cotton
- Sewing machine
- Thread (matching or contrasting)
- Iron and ironing board
- Straight Pins
- Fabric scissors or rotary cutter
- Measuring tape (hint: a clear acrylic quilting ruler is helpful ensuring corners are cut square).
- Prepare Your Fabrics:
Start by washing and ironing your fat quarters to remove any wrinkles or sizing. NOTE: you can skip this step if you are sewing with The Textile District's cotton quilt fabrics as all are pre-washed/dried as part of our finishing process.
- Cut the Fabrics: Trim fat quarters to an 18" x 18" square. If they're not already square, measure and mark, then cut the excess. A clear quilting
- Layer Your Fabrics:
Lay one fat quarter on top of the other, right sides together. This means the patterned or colorful sides should be facing each other.
- Pin and Sew:
Pin around the edges of the square, leaving a 4-inch gap on one side. This gap will be used to turn the napkin right-side out. Using a 1/4-inch seam allowance, sew around the entire square, backstitching at the beginning and end. Remember to leave the 4-inch gap unsewn.
- Clip the Corners:
Trim the excess fabric at the corners, being careful not to cut into the stitching. This will reduce bulk when you turn the napkin right-side out.
- Turn the Napkin:
Reach inside the 4-inch gap and carefully turn the napkin right-side out. Push out the corners to make them sharp, and use a pencil or chopstick to help if needed.
- Press the Napkin:
Iron the napkin flat, making sure the edges are crisp and the seam around the gap is neatly folded in.
- Topstitch Around the Edges:
Topstitch around the entire edge of the napkin, about 1/8 inch from the edge. This will close the gap and give your napkin a finished look.
- Press Again:
Give your finished reversible cloth napkin a final press with the iron to ensure all edges are crisp and neat.
Congratulations! You've successfully created a reversible cloth napkin using two 18" x 21" fat quarters of coordinating fabrics. This easy-to-sew project is a quick and easy way to add a pop of seasonal color to your table setting or add a personal touch to housewarming or food gift baskets, hostess gifts, teacher gifts, and more!
How To Order Custom Printed Fabrics:
Each image represents 27" of printed fabric and clicks through to the product page for easy ordering:
- Select the base fabric (16+ options)
- Choose a color way (click the icon)
- Enter the yardage quantity you need
- Add to cart to order
As always, if you have a question or need help choosing which base fabric option is best for your project at hand, we are here to help. Please send us a note or give us a call. We'd love to hear from you.