Create a Yummy Pie Quilt and Matching Pot Holder

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It’s a Great Gift for Anyone Who Loves Pie!

This cute little wall quilt evokes the scent of fresh-baked pie whenever we see it. We’d love to have this hanging in our kitchen!

The pattern is easy to make, and comes with instructions for a matching apple pot holder.

Apple Pie Quilt Pattern Set

You may already have fabric for this project in your stash. Quick piecing and fusible applique make the wall hanging an easy project to make. We love the buttons in the corners, but feel free to embellish yours however you like.

The wall hanging is about 12″ x 12″ once complete. Display it on a wall or table at any time of year. It’s especially appropriate for Thanksgiving and the holidays. Or, make two pie blocks and use them on either end of a pieced runner.

The matching apple coaster is also fusible applique and has a button embellishment. It finishes at about 7″ x 7″. Use it for a mug rug, potholder, small wall hanging or trivet.

The pattern set, by designer Chris Malone, is available for free from

Click here for the free “Apple Pie Contest” pattern set here.


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