As the weather transitions from warm to cool and the leaves change to the hues of fall, there is plenty of opportunity to stay in and quilt. In this print issue of McCall’s Quilting September/October 2020 you’ll find fabulous quilt patterns to make warm and cozy autumn-inspired quilts to keep you warm all season long.
IN THIS ISSUE:
Ruby Short McKim: A 20th Century Businesswoman | An amazing businesswoman before woman were expected in the business world.
I Love this Quilt! | Lori Baker is looking for a way to use fabric on hand to make a favorite McCall’s pattern.
An Apple a Day | Jen Daly’s little quilt features apples, a schoolhouse, and autumn leaves.
Pumpkin Spice Bread | A big idea for a bed-size quilt for fall.
Starry Eyed | Two sizes of stars are showcased in this beauty by Bev Getschel.
Hen Crossing | An adaption of Ruby Short McKim’s chickens is featured in this quilt.
Candied Pumpkins | Foundation piecing and applique work together on this fall table topper.
Concoctions | Don’t you wonder what is in the bottles on this little quilt?
Warm Air Rises | Warm colors and cool colors are both part of this small quilt.
Bow Tie Beauty | What an idea for a masculine quilt!
Spooky Friends | Pumpkins and cats to put you in the holiday spirit.
Pineapple Dreams | Many shades of blue give this little quilt lots of sparkle.
Ghoul or Yule? | Make this quilt for Halloween and make the back for Christmas.