Ready for Game Day? Set Your Super Bowl Table with Quilted Projects

Jan 26, 2021 5:07:42 PM / by Lori J. Miller

Rah rah, AccuQuilters! We are celebrating all things football with the Super Bowl right around the corner. A family party on game day would not be complete without some fun football themed projects. It's Lori from Lori Miller Designs here to share some great ideas that will sure to be a winning touchdown with your home team! 


Bowl Cozies for the Home Team

First, I used a GO! Big Bowl Cozy (55208) to make these adorable football themed bowl cozies. There is nothing better than a piping hot bowl of soup in these winter months and the big bowl cozy is stylish and practical.GameDayTable-2 Bowl CoziesEdit


The big bowl cozy is versatile and stitches up in a jiffy. I love that the darts are already cut out and it will fit most soup bowl sizes.GameDayTable-3 bowl cozies inside outEdit


This is a great party favor idea for folks or family to take home with them too. You can find the FREE GO! Game Day Bowl Cozy Pattern (PQ11765) here.

GameDayTable-4 reversible bowl coziesEdit


Casserole Cozy for the Away Game

Next, I created this GO! Casserole Cozy with Cover (PQ11831). It is a great way to protect the table and tender fingers from the hot casserole dish.GameDayTable-5 diy quilted casserole dishEdit

It fits a glass 9” x 13” casserole dish perfectly.

GameDayTable-6 inside casseroleEdit


And it includes a snap-on cover to keep everything protected and easy to carry. Click here for the free GO! Casserole Cozy and Cover pattern.

GameDayTable-7 quilted casserole with dishEdit


Snack or Candy Dish for the Crowd

Finally, the table would not be complete without a cute football-themed snack or candy bowl. I used the GO! Qube Mix & Match 6" Block (55775) and a GO! Qube 6" Companion Set-Corners (PQ55784) to cut these tiny footballs for the dish. Read on to see how I made it.

GameDayTable-8 quilted snack dishEdit


Dies Used

  • GO! Qube Mix & Match 6" Block (55775)
    • GO! Half Square Triangle-1 ½" Finished Square (55705) (Shape 5)
    • GO! Rectangle-2" x 3 ½" (1 ½" x 3" Finished) (55158) (Shape 8) 


GameDayTable-9 timeless treasure touchdown fabricEdit

Fabrics used are the Touchdown! collection by Timeless Treasures.



  • Green Grass print – ¼ yd
  • Brown Solid – ⅛ yd
  • Black print for binding – ⅛ yd
  • Foam Stabilizer (similar to Pellon Flexfoam or ByAnnies Soft and Stable)– ¼ yd
  • Heavy Iron on stabilizer (I used 71F Peltex)– ¼ yd
  • White Medium Rick Rack – ½ Yd



From Green Grass Print

  • Cut one strip 4 ¾" x width of fabric (WOF)
    • Subcut 8 – HST (Shape 5)
    • Subcut 4 – 2” x 3 ½ “ rectangles (Shape 8)
  • Cut 1 - 3 ¼ “ X 16 ½” strip for lining
  • Cut 2 – 6" Circles from GO! Big 6" circle die or use template for dish bottom and lining

 Brown Solid

  • Cut 1 – 4 strip, subcut 4 GO! Signature blocks (Shape 10)

Black print

  • Cut 1 – 2 ¼” x WOF strip

 Foam Stablilizer

  • Cut 1 – 4 ½” x 18” strip

 Heavy Iron on Stablizer

  • Cut 1 – 6" Circle from GO! Big 6" Circle die or use the template for dish bottom

Candy Dish Template





The table runner has four mini football blocks with rick rack trim.


Cut 8 – 3” pieces of white rickrack. Place the rickrack over the ends of the brown signature block, right across the corners. Sew a strait stitch through the center of the rickrack to attach it to the football shape. Sew each end of the 4 mini footballs.



Sew the grass print HST(Shape 5) to the corners of the football. Press.

football candy


Layout your mini footballs and the grass print rectangles (Shape 8).

GameDayTable-14 footballs on candy dishEdit


Stitch them together. Pin your football strip to the Foam stabilizer strip.

GameDayTable-15 candy dish under the needleEdit


Quilt vertical lines about ⅜” to ½” apart across the strip. Trim the excess foam stabilizer.


Measure the length and trim the green grass print lining length to match. Sometimes when you quilt, it will shrink a little.


Sew the ends of the strip right sides together to form a circle. Turn so the wrong side is facing out.

GameDayTable-16 bottom of candy dishEdit


Press the heavy iron stabilizer to the wrong side of the candy dish bottom circle

GameDayTable-17 pinned candy dishEdit


Carefully pin or clip the bottom circle onto the bottom of the candy dish.

GameDayTable-19 sewing bottomEdit


Carefully sew a ⅜” seam around the bottom of the candy dish. I used my walking foot to keep the layers from shifting. Clip the seam to ease the fabric being careful not to clip through your stitching.


Next, sew the candy dish lining sides together to form a circle. Carefully pin or clip the green grass print lining circle bottom to the lining sides. Clip the seam to ease the fabric being careful not to clip through your stitching.

GameDayTable-20 adding liningEdit


With wrong sides together, tuck the lining into the candy bowl. You may have to work it in and press with your fingers to get it situated. Once you have it in there, you may have to trim the lining to match the top of the bowl. I used my clips to hold them in place before adding the binding.

GameDayTable-21 adding bindingEdit


Press your black fabric binding strip and stitch to attach to the top of the bowl.

GameDayTable-22 clipping bindingEdit


I hand sewed the binding, but you can use your favorite method.

GameDayTable-8 quilted snack dishEdit


Your football themed candy or treat dish is finished. Do you want more ideas for Game Day party décor? How about adding a banner based upon the GO! Pennants die (55419).


Make a football themed pennant using the GO! Confetti Pennants Banner Pattern (PQ11617). Choose your Super Bowl theme fabrics and get headed for a touchdown. How about adding your favorite NFL or local college team prints to create these great projects?


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Happy cutting and quilting!


We would love to see what you are working on, please share and tag your projects. AccuQuilt and Lori Miller Designs on Facebook and @AccuQuilt and @lorimillerdesigns on Instagram.


Topics: GO! Getter, DIY Projects

Lori J. Miller

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