10 Earthy Fall Fabrics You'll Love
September 29, 2017
Guess, what? Fall is finally here and it’s time to whip out your favorite warm colors to make table runners for Thanksgiving, goodie bags for halloween, and all kinds of sewing patterns that go with the season! Although here in South Florida fall in nonexistent, I love going to local shops to see the orange, red, and brown decor reminiscent of falling leaves. Oh and don’t forget pumpkin spice everything!
Around this time last year I found a new love for curating seasonal fabrics for projects. I put together a bundle of 10 fall floral fabrics and ideas just kept rushing through my head. Well, i’m back with another fall bundle and this time it’s all about the season’s earthy colors. I decided to call this selection of fabrics Autumn Fields.
The palette for this range includes deep greens, ivory, gold, rusty orange and chocolatey brown. I wanted to step out of the conventional orange and reds that are seen during this season while keeping the cozy feel of fall.
Let's take a closer look at the prints:
LMB-28729 Wooly Umber | Lambkin fabrics by Bonnie Christine
FOR-37711 Nature Study Ridge | Forest Floor fabrics by Bonnie Christine
BSH-78403 Floret Bright | Blush fabrics by Dana Willard
IBH-74200 Gitan Paradis Foliage | Indie Boheme fabrics by Pat Bravo
GRD-89903 Flower Dance | Garden Dreamer fabrics by Maureen Cracknell
BON-38502 Grazing Sienna | Bountiful fabrics by Sharon Holland
AZA-7881 Scatter Wood | Arizona After fabrics by April Rhodes
SBK-37207 Framework Golden | Sketchbook fabrics by Sharon Holland
ART-53101 Pyrography Poplar | Artisan fabrics by Pat Bravo
FUS-S-702 Thrive Spices | Spices Fusions - print by Bonnie Christine
If this bundle already has your mind rushing with project ideas, you can purchase it exclusively at Fat Quarter Shop.
And… if you want to test out your luck, you can enter the giveaway below! Just fill the form below. Giveaway will run until October 6th. Good luck!
If you’re in love with the Autumn Fields bundle as much as I am, let me know in the comments. Stay tuned for more fall inspiration!