Festive Table Toppers
Set a merry holiday table with cute (and simple) table toppers and runners. They’ll make guests feel right at home with their festive colors and warm fabrics.
Create a beautiful holiday table topper that echoes the seasonal appliqué on both the quilt center and outer border.
Peppermint Table Mat
Whip up a two-color table mat using six fat quarters.
Our Best Holiday Table Toppers
Dress your home for the holidays with these festive table toppers that last through the season! Using a variety of techniques, these holiday table toppers are perfect as quick and easy gifts or for adding seasonal color and motifs to your home.
Like the road to a friend’s house is never long, it won’t take you long to complete this easy appliqué table runner for your holiday table.
Hint of the Holidays
A subtle palette and understated motifs make this runner table-ready for Christmas dinner and beyond.
Pop of Poinsettia
Set a more neutral holiday table with a runner sporting a background of cream and black. A poinsettia adds a pop of red, creating a festive focal point.
While it looks like traditional needle-turn appliqué, this seasonal quilt is all sewn by machine. You should be able to get it done in time for gift-giving!
Pennies and Stars
Combine stars, circles, and beads in a penny rug made of wool. Classic holiday colors make this a perfect decoration for a side table or even under a tiny Christmas tree.
Log Cabin Table Topper
Sew Log Cabin blocks to create a festive table topper.
Wool Flower Table Topper
Add warmth to your table with a wool table topper with beautiful appliqué flowers.
Pinwheels Table Topper
This scrappy table topper uses bright reds and greens mixed with black for a modern centerpiece.
Stars and Leaves Appliqué
Fusible appliqué and a small zigzag stitch make this table topper quick to assemble before the holidays.
Snowflakes & Heart Wool Table Mat
You don’t even need a sewing machine to make this winter wool table appliqué centerpiece.
Poinsettia Table Runner
Adorn your holiday table with festive fabric poinsettias. The machine-appliquéd petals and leaves, cut from multiple shades of red and green prints, are stitched to Log Cabin blocks.