Wine Club Wall Hanging

Wine Club Wall Hanging

Add style and coziness to your home with this beautiful fabric wall hanging!

Wine Club Wall Hanging
Wine Club Wall Hanging
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Just look at this beautiful wine-themed wall hanging! If you like to unwind with a glass of wine now and then (or know someone who does), this is the perfect piece of decor. The fabric colors are elegant and sophisticated, and the finished quilt is truly a work of art. Hang it in your kitchen or family room to add some coziness and a welcoming atmosphere to your space!

Project Notes: "This Wine Club wall-hanging was inspired by a collection of a dozen Hoffman Hand-dyed Watercolors and naturally lends itself to a wine theme. This project is paper-pieced and offers a Hoffman Wine label that can be printed onto our Watercolors. The method shown is decorative only and NOT permanent or waterproof.

Experience of Paper-Piecing is recommended. Read the instructions carefully before cutting. View our instructional video here

The finished wall-hanging measures 23” x 38”. It is made up of three rows of seven blocks for a total of 21 blocks and has a 1” finished border."

Main MaterialFabric

Primary TechniqueQuilting

Materials List

  • a - 1895 311-Lake 1/8 Yard (background - 5 blocks)
  • b - 1895 538-Nirvana 1/4 Yard (background - 11 blocks)
  • c - 1895 239-Persia 1/8 Yard (background - 5 blocks)
  • d - 1895 501-Sand Dollar 1/4 Yard (wine label - 15 blocks)
  • e - 1895 485-Funnel Cake 1/8 Yard (wine label - 6 blocks)
  • f - 1895 80-Taupe 5/8 Yard* (sashing, borders & binding)
  • g - 1895 227-Sprout 1/4 Yard (3 bottles/blocks)
  • h - 1895 377-Spinach 1/4 Yard (4 bottles/blocks & 1 bottleneck)
  • i - 1895 225-Rosemary 3/8 Yard (6 bottles/blocks & 5 bottlenecks)
  • j - 1895 30-Lilac 1/4 Yard (3 bottles/blocks)
  • k - 1895 46-Plum 1/4 Yard (3 bottles/blocks & 14 bottlenecks)
  • l - 1895 390-Zinfandel 1/8 Yard (2 bottles/blocks & 1 bottleneck)

Wine Club Wall Hanging

Paper piecing is just one of the names used to describe the broad category of foundation piecing, where patches are sewn directly onto a foundation template, an exact replica of an entire quilt block or portion of a block.

Position your fabric on the unprinted side of a bottle pattern with edges overlapping drawn lines, by at least ¼”. The fabric’s placement is easy to see by holding the foundation up to the light.

Seams are sewn on the front of the foundation template, directly onto the lines, and the overlapped edges of fabric on the back become seam allowances. If you position fabric carefully and sew on the lines, your blocks will always be perfect.


Begin by printing 11 copies of the duo bottles pattern. From the Taupe fabric, cut (4) 1½” WOF (Width of Fabric) strips for the outer borders and 2½” WOF strips for binding. The leftover will be used in your block.

Using a small stitch on your machine, (1.2-1.4) is always a good idea when paper-piecing. You will eventually remove the paper from the backside, and it will be easier if there are more perforations from your needle

  1. Click the image to view a larger version.

Starting with Section A assemble your fabrics to the back side of your pattern.

  1. Place A1* fabric over the A1 pattern area, making sure that you have approximately ¼” added to overlap the lines of A3, A2 and A5. Notice that there is already a quarter inch seam allowance surrounding the perimeter of the block.

  2. Now take a piece of fabric that is oversized for the A2 shape and putting right sides together lay it over the sewing line that is in between A1 and A2. Turning your pattern over to the printed side while holding in place, sew directly on that line. Turn your pattern over and press the A2 piece open and it should now cover the A2 area including all seam allowances. You can then trim your area making sure you leave your ¼” seam allowances intact. Proceed to A3 using the same method and changing fabrics where needed, according to the pattern.

Section B, assemble in order starting with B1 which is the top of the bottle, set aside.

Continue with Section C and finish with Section D.

You are now ready to sew Section B to Section C and Section D to Section A. When those are assembled, finish off by sewing the two halves together. Press, trim and start on block two.

When all 21 blocks are finished, begin sewing them together in rows. You can now carefully remove the paper.

If making the wall hanging, cut two 1½” x 36½” Taupe strips, sew one to the right and one to the left side of your wine cabinet.

Finish with two 1½” x 23½” Taupe strips, sew one to the top and one to the bottom.

Press, then add batting and backing and quilt as desired. Attach binding.

If making the table runner, cut two 1½” x 12” Taupe strips and attach to the short sides. Piece the remaining strips. Cut two 1½” x 65½” and add to the long edges.

Table runner finishes at 65” x 14”

Press, then add batting and backing and quilt as desired. Attach binding.

*A1 is the wine label area and is designed using the Sand Dollar Watercolor. If you would like to make a label using this Hoffman image, please remember that it will not be washable, and we recommend that you do not use any steam on it as well. Cut an 8½” x 11” piece of your Sand Dollar, using starch to make it flat. Iron that to an 8½” x 11” piece of freezer paper placing the fabric on the slick/ shiny side with a hot iron. It should stick and become flat. Your Ink-jet color printer will see this as a piece of paper, and you should now be able to run it through your printer.

Note: The duo bottles pattern and Hoffman wine label image can be printed from the images on this page, or you can find them in the last 3 pages of the full PDF pattern from Hoffman Fabrics.

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