Fall Charm Quilted Table Runner | A Free Pattern

A little something from my sewing table this fall… my Fall Charm quilted table runner.

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Isn’t that fun? I love all of the prints I used from Moda charm pack “Perfectly Seasoned” by Sandy Gervais. So fun with all of the purple and orange prints together!

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This Fall Charm quilted table runner was a very quick project. I completed the piecing during a couple of nap times (mommy win!) and kept the quilting super simple so quilting only took one afternoon. I love little hand embroidered details like this…

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But embroidery is optional. The runner is lovely without it. So, if you’re feeling an urge to sew something pretty and fast for your Thanksgiving table (or Christmas/winter, whatever you like), I’ve put together a quick pattern for you! The pattern is simple and you use your favorite methods for quilting and finishing with binding. I did not include instructions/design for the extra embroidery I did on the runner top as it was a last little optional touch I added.

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Helpful Links for Fall Charm Table Runner

Here are a few helpful links for finishing the Fall Charm Quilted Table Runner…

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I hope you enjoy the pattern… and send us pictures of your finished project! ~ Jessica

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Enjoy a free pattern for my Fall Charm Quilted Table Runner using Moda Charm squares! A lovely pattern for your Thanksgiving/Fall table.
  • Debbie Williams says:

    How do I receive the Fall Charm Table Runner Quilt Pattern. I have submitted my name and e-mail address for the free PDF pattern, but have not received it yet.

  • Jean says:

    Table runner looks interesting and not overpowering.

    • Theresa says:

      Hi Jean!
      It isn’t hard at all. And with a charm pack, the fabric is coordinated, which is one of the hard tasks of quiltmaking. 🙂 Hope you give it a try!
      I just saw this comment, maybe the comment mod hiccuped! Sorry for the delay in answering.