There’s a brisk chill in the morning air, and leaves and starting to drop from the trees. When fall arrives, it’s time to pack away the brightly colored quilts and table settings, and opt for warmer hues: reds, oranges, browns, greens, and golds.
There are plenty of small projects to quilt for the table: a long table runner or square table topper, a set of place mats, a mug rug or a set of coasters, and even a tea cozy. Enjoy this list of quilt quilting projects for autumn!
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Fox Mug Rug and Coaster
This sneaky, cute fox is the centerpiece of an appliquéd mug rug, and there’s a coordinating quilted coaster pattern to make it a set! Pick up quilting fabrics in fall colors, looking for leaves, branches and even polka dots for a cute fall table quilt.
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This adorable set of quilted pumpkin coasters for the table looks just as sweet hanging on the wall. With a simple strip piecing technique, this beginner-friendly quilted coaster pattern is easy to make your own. You can even adapt it and make the pumpkins larger for a hot pad. Grab some ribbon to make hanging loops for the pumpkin’s stem.
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Scrappy Fall Leaves Table Runner
Who doesn’t love a scrap-friendly quilt pattern? These fall leaves are the cutest, and you can sew them up with leftover bits from your stash. The finished fall table runner is 46″ x 16″, and you need only basic quilting skills to get started.
Does your table need a little quilted runner, placemat, or some welcoming coasters for fall?