What's better on a lovely spring day than a picnic? Use this easy free quilting pattern to stitch a tablecloth with matching napkins. Whether you're in a field or just in your breakfast nook, you're sure to be enchanted by their lovely design featuring flowers.
This nostalgic table topper would be perfect for country decor. Rustic plaid appliques on a tan-stripe background emulate the penny rugs first made popular in the 1900s. This e-pattern was originally published in the June 2004 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Blue and white prints add interesting dimension to this beginner quilting pattern. Its small size makes it perfect for topping a table -- or keeping a lap warm. Choose a different shade of fabric to make this quilt truly unique.
Enjoy new quick-and-easy techniques for reversible piecing and reversible binding to create useful projects for your home or for gift giving. Finished sizes are 8" x 12 1/2" for the tea cozy, 4 1/2" square for the coasters, and 3" x 6" for the handle mitt.
Turn up the color with a modern Victorian palette. The smaller posy border units are foundation-pieced to simplify construction. This e-pattern was originally published in the April 2011 issue of Quilter's World magazine. Size: 50" x 50". Block Size: 12" x 12".
Skill Level: Experienced
Designed by Reeze L. Hanson of Morning Glory Designs
The basic style of this pieced mantel scarf is perfect for showcasing your most lavish quilting designs and other personal touches such as your favorite beads, buttons, embroidery or even a festive holiday applique. This e-pattern was originally published in the December 2010 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Sort your scraps and use a variety of fat quarters to stitch this colorful and easy-to-piece set of place mats, coasters and napkins. This e-pattern was originally published in Turning Strips & Squares Into Table Sets.
Size: Place Mat: 18" x 12". Napkin: 14" x 14". Coaster: 4 1/2" x 4 1/2".
This free quilting pattern offers a simple, but sophisticated way to jazz up your dining room decor. Use 10 different dark and light solids to create a simple Log Cabin table runner that will never go out of style.
Add a touch of country charm to your home decor with these beautiful projects created by combining gingham with decorator scrap fabrics. Finished Sizes: Finger Towel Size: 13" x 27"; Hot Pad Size: 8" x 8"; Wall Quilt Size: 27 1/2" x 27 1/2"; Tablecloth Size: 42" x 42".
Vintage doilies and linens are overlaid and stitched into a basic pieced background to create this charming table topper. This e-pattern was originally published in the April 2010 issue of Quilter's World magazine.
Impress your guests with a quilted table runner for the holidays! Looking for a fun DIY decorating idea for the Christmas season? Download this free quilting pattern for a table runner. The design uses the ever-popular Log Cabin quilting block.