Hi there, Jennifer Jangles here. Last week you got to see loads of projects using my A Walk in The Woods fabrics collection from the talented designers here at Thermoweb. Today I thought I would show you the projects that I have sewn up from the project booklet that coordinates with the A Walk in the Woods fabric. The booklet has patterns for a wall quilt, placemats, a table runner, stuffed pumpkins, napkins, and napkin rings.


Right now I have the fall table runner as well as three stuffed pumpkins adorning my kitchen table.


I pull out the placemats when we eat dinner. There are four different designs so everyone in the family gets there own.


Unfortunately I can’t hang my wall quilt in my kitchen because I have more windows than wall space. But if I had a wall bug enough it would be hanging there for sure.


I get asked a lot about my preference for fusible webbing when I appliqué. I always use HeatnBond® Lite. It’s there perfect weight to get things held in place on quilting fabric, but it doesn’t make the fabric stiff once it’s appliquéd. Every project here was made with HeatnBond® Lite and because I like the security of having things ironed in place before sewing, I used Thermowebs Fusible Fleece for my place mats. It was so easy to quilt them because I didn’t have to use pins to keep them in place.

Happy Fall!


2 Comments on Jennifer Jangles-A Walk in The Woods Book Projects

  1. Linsey
    October 8, 2014 at 3:23 pm (9 years ago)

    I want to eat at your house!!! 🙂 What an absolutely charming ensemble and I wish your wonderful quilt could fit on your dining room wall too–it would look marvelous with your already super attractive table placements and dinning table runner and pumpkins!! Wow, you are SO very talented and inspiring!! Thank you so much for joining with the awesome Therm-o-Web to bring us such a wonderful week of fun and creativity!! I really enjoyed it! 🙂

  2. Victoria Aldrich
    October 11, 2014 at 12:14 am (9 years ago)

    Can I purchase your instruction booklet for the fabric pumpkins?