Breakfast can be a cheerful even when you have it on these place mats. They also make great decor for birthday parties and other special events. This e-pattern was originally published in the August 2011 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Add a touch of the East to your table or change the fabrics to suit your decor. Using a mix of large and small print scraps enhances the design created with the offset placement of strip-pieced units. This e-pattern was originally published in the February 2012 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Size: 18 1/2" x 12 1/2".
Skill Level: Beginner
Designed by Carolyn S. Vagts for the Village Pattern Co.
This design is so versatile! You can use the finished piece as a wall hanging or as a table runner. Change the colors to coordinate with your decor. This e-pattern was originally published in Simply Solids.
Brighten up your dining room with this happy quilted table topper! This free, beginner quilting pattern is just the thing to cheer you up in the morning. Download it today for free and start stitching.
Decorate for the holidays in your own unique way. You don't need a lot of fabric for this free quilted place mat pattern. Just find a small square featuring a scenic background and some fabric in holiday colors. It'll look great on your Christmas table!
Primitive styling goes bold with a graphic Shoo Fly border. The finished quilt size is great for wall, table or lap. This e-pattern was originally published in the August 2010 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Size: 49 1/2" x 49 1/2". Block Size: 9" x 9", 4 3/4" x 4 3/4", 3 3/8" x 3 3/8".
Let the stripes in the fabric create the design on your next runner. You can make the pattern look as intricate or as bold and basic as you like with very simple piecing. This e-pattern was originally published in the 2012 Quilting Calendar.
This "green" runner was inspired by wind farms. Conserve your fabric by using cutaway pieces to create the prairie-point edging. This e-pattern was originally published in the April 2011 issue of Quilter's World magazine. Size: 48" x 12". Block Size: 9" x 9".
It's amazing the difference that handmade linens make. Use vintage fabric and this free quilting pattern to stitch a beautiful tablecloth. Check out thrift shops or your grandmother's attic to find pretty, vintage fabric. Even if you're just learning how to quilt, you can successfully make this design. It's easy enough for a beginner!
Create an interesting weave pattern using only 1 block in 2 color variations. This cute piece may be used on a wall, table or even as a baby quilt. This e-pattern was originally published in Quick & Easy Quilts.
The pieced Double Four-Patch inside a Sawtooth Star is a simple pattern made more charming by the star and cable quilting. The wall quilt and matching topper will add a homey touch to your kitchen or dining decor. This e-pattern was originally published in Easy Four-Patch Quilting.
Size: Wall Quilt: 30" x 30". Table Runner: 12" x 44". Block Size: 8" x 8".