These Pumpkin Coasters might just be the quickest and easiest fall project, perfect for a last-minute gift idea or something to help get you into the spirit of fall. When I say they are quick and easy, I am not joking, you could whip up a set in under an hour.
Not only do these Pumpkin Coasters add a touch of cuteness to your coffee table, but they are also practical protecting your tables from spills and heat damage.
For the month of October, I’m partnering with Missouri Star Quilt Company as an affiliate, which means if you make a purchase via THIS LINK, you’ll receive a 15% discount (excluding Jenny’s Christmas Box). Grab your Fall Fabric now along with some other quilting goodies.
These Pumpkin Coasters are super cute in fall colors and just as cute made in Halloween fabrics – I can’t decide which is cuter!
You could use the same fabric on the front and back, or two different fabrics, making them reversible. An added bonus is that they are fantastic scrapbusters! Get the pattern at my Free Pattern Library HERE.
Thread! I forgot to talk about the thread. Anyone that’s been following me for a while knows I am a big fan of using white thread, simply because it always works. But you could have fun with this project using different color threads to highlight the quilted details on the pumpkin.
To get your free copy of my Pumpkin Coasters please go to my Free Pattern Library HERE.
TOOLS NEEDED TO MAKE PUMPKIN COASTERS
- Point Turner
- Tailor’s Chalk or Washable Fabric Marker
- Scissors – Fabric and Paper
- Sewing machine – I have this one (read more about it here)
SUPPLIES TO MAKE PUMPKIN COASTERS
- (2) 7½” x 6″ Fabric for Pumpkin
- (1) 5″ x 2½” Fabric for Stalk
- (1) 7½” x 6″ Batting
- Co-ordinating Thread
Please watch my video for full instructions on how to make Pumpkin Coasters:
It’s no secret that Fall is my favorite and is there anything cuter to make this Fall, than your own Fabric Pumpkins? I don’t think so! Check out my free tutorial and pattern HERE, plus other fun Fall ideas over HERE.
Thanks so much for joining me! Please leave a comment and let me know how you go, or if you have any questions.