10 Quilted Table Runner Patterns to Celebrate Spring

Have fun brightening up every room with any one of these 10 easy, yet beautiful, quilted table runner patterns. They’re the perfect quilting projects for the season.

Celebrate spring by creating any of these top 10 quilted table runner patterns!

Table Runner-  Craftsy Member Pattern

Simple Patchwork Table Runner

This Simple Patchwork Table Runner designed by A Quilting Life Patterns measures 12 1/2″ x 44 1/2″ and uses charm squares, mini charm squares and scraps for an easy to piece simple runner. Simple 4-patch blocks with strip pieced borders make this a fast and fun project.

Midnight Frost Table Runner

Midnight Frost Table Runner

The Midnight Frost Table Runner pattern by designer Melissa Corry is easily adaptable to spring fabrics and colors. This beginner-friendly free pattern measuring 8″ x 48″ features simple block piecing and works as a terrific skill-builder quilt. Three half-yards of fabric–a background and two feature fabrics are all that is required to make this fun quilted table runner.

Charming Chevron Table Runner

Charming Chevron Table Runner

This Charming Chevron Table Runner pattern by designer Kenna Leach is actually created using charm squares and is another table runner perfect for your spring decor. This pattern requires just 32 charm squares 5″ x 5″ along with 1/2 yard of another fabric for the backing and binding.

Heart Table Runner - Pattern Available on Craftsy

Patchwork Heart Table Runner

Hearts are one of the symbols of spring, and you’ll have fun making this delightful Patchwork Heart Table Runner pattern. This runner measures 13″ x 44 1/2″ and is pieced completely from scraps. Layer Cake squares or fabrics from your scrap bin are the perfect choices for piecing this design. Stitch one up in Valentine’s fabrics or use spring floral fabrics.

Reversible Table Runner

Reversible Table Runner

This Reversible Table Runner pattern by designer SaltWater Quilts is shown in both bright spring fabrics and holiday prints.  This runner measures 16″ x 48″ and contains 19 pages of detailed instructions perfect for the beginner quilter.

Windmills Table Runner - Craftsy.com Member Pattern

Windmills Table Runner

The Windmills Table Runner by Craftsy pattern designer PamelaQuilter is another perfect design for the approaching spring season. Windmills have always been associated with spring, and you can use your favorite spring fabrics to create this 18″ x 44″ runner. The pattern also has a wall quilt option and is pieced from 5″ charm squares.

Simple Nine Patch Table Runner

Simple 9-Patch Table Runner

The Simple 9-Patch Table Runner pattern offers two different runner size options: 12″ x 37″ or 12″ x 45″. Use mini-charm squares, charm squares, or fabrics from your scrap bin to piece this simple spring runner.

Spring Zing Table Runner

Spring Zing Table Runner

The Spring Zing Table Runner pattern by Cora’s Quilts is another “made for spring” table runner. This 12 1/2″ x 44 1/2″ fat quarter friendly project is a fast and easy project for even a beginner quilter.

Simple Spring Table Runner

Simple Table Runner

The Simple Table Runner is another fast and fun table runner project to help you add spring to your home decor in a hurry. Two sizes are also included in this pattern–a 10″ x 30″ size and a 10″ x 50″ size table runner. This pattern uses scrap fabrics–left-over jelly roll strips are perfect for piecing this runner.

You might also enjoy our roundup of 10 FREE table runner quilt patterns.

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7 Responses to “10 Quilted Table Runner Patterns to Celebrate Spring”
  1. bikrgran
    bikrgran

    Where are the patterns/instructions for these beautiful runners? What good is a bunch of pictures without instructions?

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Customer,

      Thank you for contacting us. The patterns will be added to the site by November 15th. I apologize for the wait.
      Thank you,
      Lindsay

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    • bikrgran
      bikrgran

      Great pictures & descriptions, but useless to those of us looking for actual patterns, right?

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      • Customer Service
        Customer Service

        Hello Grace,

        ThThank you for contacting us. The patterns will be added to the site by November 15th. I apologize for the wait.
        Thank you,
        Lindsay

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          • Customer Service
            Customer Service

            Hello Darlene,

            Thank you for contacting us. Patterns are still getting added onto the site. I apologize for the wait during this transition time.

            Thank you!