Coffee Club

from Fairfield Road Designs

Coffee Club Pattern


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Coffee Club Coffee Club

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor


Wall Hanging

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic quilting skills such as rotary cutting, piecing and machine quilting.

Pattern Description:

I LOVE batik fabrics and have been collecting them for awhile now, but have just started recently to actually cut them up and QUILT with them! When I found these coffee cup and coffee bean batik fabrics at my local quilt shop, Taylor's Sewing Centre in Brockville, I just had to buy them! It took me awhile to find more coordinating teal and brown fabrics but when I did, I knew I needed to find a way to use them all together in one project. I designed this cute wall hanging for my kitchen. It features fairly easy piecing and fusible appliqu so it would be suitable for an experienced beginner. I think it would look equally nice in bright prints or a country colour scheme.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 321/2" x 381/2" [83 x 99cm]


  • outer border - 0.5m [1/2yd]
  • second inner border and flying geese (teal print)- 0.3m [1/3 yd]
  • sashing and first inner border (dark brown) - 0.3m [1/3 yd]
  • background (teal) - 0.3m [1/3 yd]
  • assorted brown/teal prints for appliqu and flying geese -six different fat quarters
  • light brown for appliqu - 5" x 5" [12 x 12cm]
  • binding - 0.3m [1/3 yd]
  • backing - 1.1m [11/4yd]
  • fusible web - 1m [1yd]
  • batting - 45" x 45"

You Will Also Need:

  • Basic quilting supplies such as a rotary cutter, mat, ruler, pins, sewing machine and thread

About Designer

About Designer

christineFRD on

My mom is very crafty and has encouraged me to make things since I was very little. She taught me to sew in high school, but I didn't start quilting until after I was married. I fell in love with quilting and started my own design business - Fairfield Road Designs - in 2001. Since then I have started to do punchneedle, wool applique and felting as well.

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