Falling Leaves Table Runner

Love the matchstick quilting on this falling leaves quilted table runner

Sorry it’s been so long since I posted! As much as I love fall, I’ve been super busy and haven’t been able to make as many things as I want.

I’ve seen this leaf pattern all over Pinterest for the fall, and I thought it would be super cuter for my entry way table. I ordered a Charm Pack of Kona Solids in fall colors and started cutting.

The little stems on those leaves are tricky! Of course, after I made them all I saw a video in a quilting fb group that explained the process much better. Oh well – they’re finished now 🙂

Each leaf is 6×6 and then I added a 2″ sashing and a 2″ border. The backing and binding are a Jo-Ann’s Fabrics plaid that was on sale for 50% off 🙂

Here are a few links that I found helpful while making this table runner:

And a few more photos of the project:

falliing leaves quilted table runner on my entryway table!

My entry way table… We got that little grass basket on our honeymoon. And the other bin is cute because it says Wilson 🙂

Autumn-themed table runner in solids with matchstick quilting

So Matchstick quilting is kind of tricky to get perfectly straight… but this is just for me, so I don’t mind. Love the plaid backing on this!

Autumn-themed table runner in solids with matchstick quilting

What fall projects have you been working on?? Post a link to your blog below so I can see 🙂

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