From rolling hills to verdant forests, the UK has some incredible scenes of natural beauty. This gorgeous landscape has inspired Liberty’s new collection of quilting and crafting fabrics, Woodland Walk, which are waiting to be transformed into a stunning autumnal quilt.


This selection of quilting patterns work brilliantly with the new Woodland Walk collection from Liberty, not only because of the designs and colour palette but because they’re made from Lasenby cotton. Soft yet strong, Lasenby cotton is the perfect material for quilters looking for high-quality fabrics and luxurious designs.

Ready to make your autumn quilt? Let’s go!

3 wonderful woodland quilt patterns to sew

1. Woodland Walk Hillside Adventure Quilt by Riley Blake

Woodland Walk Hillside Adventure Quilt by Riley Blake 2

Liberty’s new Woodland Walk collection celebrates the countryside in all its glory! Each fabric has been inspired by the natural colours and creatures found in the British woodland.

The Woodland Walk collection includes vibrant fabrics like Forest Floor, a fabric bursting with blooming florals. There’s Forest Friends, a bold red fabric featuring an adorable array of hedgehogs and squirrels.

The collection also has more pared back fabrics like Wicker and Into the Woods, which allow the botanical designs of Autumn Meadow and Hillside to pop.

These beautiful fabrics work together wonderfully in the Hillside Adventure quilt, designed by Riley Blake for Liberty. This quilt is sure to invoke the countryside’s sense of serenity while capturing the beauty of nature in a seasonal mosaic.

2. Woodland of Stars quilt by Sally Ablett


Autumnal mornings are crisp, bright and beautiful and no fabric represents this better than those in the Woodland Walk collection. For example, Nature’s Garden is a fabric covered with colourful wildflower illustrations, featuring Britain's best-loved blooms.

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The collection also shines a spotlight on countryside favourites including daisies and thistles. Thistle Field and Daisy Delight are both fabrics showing off these incredible and often forgotten wildflowers.

Sally Ablett has used these Woodland Walk fabrics to create this stunning double sawtooth block quilt. Sally has used star blocks to create a statement quilt that would look wonderful in any home.

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3. Jen Kingwell’s woodland quilt pattern

Jen Kingwell’s woodland quilt pattern

Liberty’s Woodland Walk collection represents the forest’s rich seasonal hues through its mixture of dark and light fabrics.

Fabrics such as Rustling Leaves and Woodland Forage really embody the spirit of the forest. Their deep colours and rich patterns resemble dense autumnal vegetation.

Charming fabrics like Hedgerow Chorus combine beautifully with darker fabrics like Arboretum Shadows. The contrasting patterns truly capture the diversity of life found in the forest.

Designed by Jen Kingwell for Liberty, this Home Before Dark quilt blends these fabrics from the Woodland Walk collection in a striking way. As you stitch, think about autumnal walks and wet woodlands.

Embrace woodland fabrics this Autumn

The diversity of the British countryside is one of the things we love most about it and it provides endless inspiration when it comes to fabrics.

Use Liberty’s Woodland Walk collection to create countryside-inspired quilts that can be passed down from generation to generation. You can cosy up under them throughout the autumnal months just like creatures of the forest!

Find your perfect woodland fabric with Liberty

Woodland fabrics are beautiful, seasonal and perfect for turning into autumnal quilts.


Make these enchanting woodland quilt patterns today with Liberty’s new Woodland Walk fabric collection.


Phoebe Burt
Phoebe BurtSEO and Communities Editor, Gathered

Phoebe has worked for Gathered, and our sister magazine Mollie Makes, for 3 years. She manages our Arts & Crafts section and specialises in social media and content strategy. She has a background in all things marketing, a flair for Pinterest and a knack for finding the next big craft trend. Previously she worked as Digital Campaign Executive for Fat Media. You may recognise her name from Mollie Makes Social Media magazine, where she shared her expertise and top tips on becoming social media savvy.

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