You’ll find quilted table runners, mug rugs, wall quilts and pincushions. All go together quickly, allowing you to make several for your autumn decor. They make great gifts, too!
Many of these patterns can easily be adapted. For example, a table runner pattern can be turned into placemats or a mini quilt by adding or deleting blocks, or by changing how they’re laid out. Let your creativity guide you into making something that is uniquely yours.
Be sure to visit the second page to see all the pumpkin quilt projects!
Scrappy Pumpkin Table Runner
This fusible applique table runner from Therm-O-Web can easily be made into a wall quilt. Just put one pumpkin in the center with great borders, or stitch together 4 blocks of pumpkins made up in slightly differing colors (with or without borders). If you’re short on time, skip the machine stitching and frame a pumpkin square instead.
Pumpkin Patch Mug Rug
This pieced mug rug from The Patchsmith has appliqued leaves and will go together in no time. Make some to give away, too!
Pumpkin Pin Cushion
This cute little pumpkin from Fiskars Craft makes a great pincushion. But, we can see several, in varying sizes, clustered together on a table or shelf!
These cute little quilts from Patchwork Pottery can be used separately as coasters or mug rugs, or hung as decorations. Buttons and loops mean they can be all hooked together into a vertical column for hanging on a narrow wall.
Patchwork Pumpkin Quilt Block and Table Runner
This pumpkin quilt block from Diary of a Quilter can be used in so many ways! Make it into a pillow, table runner, or a wall quilt. Instructions are included for a pillow and table runner.
Visit the next page for the remaining pumpkin patterns.