AccuQuilt Quilted Pineapple Table Runner

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AccuQuilt GO! 10" Pineapple die used to make table runner

Pineapple quilted table runner

16″ x 46″

Have you ever made the pineapple quilt block?

It is so beautiful and perfect for table runners, quilts, or wall hangings.

I had some batiks in my stash in teals that I thought would be perfect for a long table runner to put on our kitchen island. I made four of the 10-inch blocks and added a 3-inch border to make it a little wider.

AccuQuilt GO! Pineapple die used for batik table runner

There are special rulers that you can use to make the Pineapple block or you can make it by paper piecing. I have done both in the past. Both techniques take time.

AccuQuilt keeps coming out with beautiful new dies and this 10″ Pineapple die is one of my new favorites! It takes no time at all to cut out your fabric. 

The AccuQuilt GO! Pineapple die uses a 6″ x 24″ mat and can be used with all of the AccuQuilt die cutter machines.

AccuQuilt GO! Pineapple quilt blocks

Take a look at the Pineapple die, doesn’t that look like an easy way to cut out your fabrics! The nice thing about working with most batiks is that you don’t have to worry about the right side and wrong side of the fabrics.

Using regular quilt fabrics would mean you would just want to make sure to place all of your fabric pieces right side up on the die.

AccuQuilt GO! Pineapple quilt blocks die

At first, I thought about making a wall hanging placing the blocks in a 2 x 2 pattern. Can you imagine how beautiful a bed quilt would be!

AccuQuilt GO! Pineapple quilt blocks for a wallhanging
AccuQuilt GO! Pineapple die used for table runner

I used a thicker batting, I think wool, and have some slight bows on the sides of my table runner. I should have pressed them out before I took my photos.

AccuQuilt GO! 10" Pineapple die used to make table runner with candles

Just a little peek at our skinny Christmas tree and decorations!

Kitchen bar with tablerunner on it

If you would like to learn how to use the AccuQuilt GO! Pineapple die, you can download the free pattern that I designed for AccuQuilt. You’ll find step-by-step directions on how to make this Fiery Pineapple Wallhanging.

Grab this free Fiery Pineapple Wall hanging pattern that I designed!

Fiery Pineapple Wall Hanging

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12 Comments

  1. Diana Nelson says:

    Hi Connie – Just ordered the die and downloaded your pattern and am really excited to try this out. I love the pineapple block and have attemped to make it using various rulers and haven’t had any luck in making it so hopefully this time it will turn out. Using batiks seems like a good idea for the first one so that is what I’ll be doing. Thanks again.

    1. For anyone who has the AccuQuilt GO! cutter, this makes it so easy to make the pineapple block. Have fun Diana!

  2. Convinced me. Getting it next week. Can’t wait to use it. Love Accuquilt.

  3. Diana Nelson says:

    Thank ypi so much for this pattern and tutorial on the pineapple die. I want to make a scrappy pineapple quilt and I think this may be the way to go other than paper piecing. I will definitel check out the die. Thanks again.

  4. Connie, that runner is soooo beautiful! I am thinking I should get the die soon! Happy New Year to you and your family!

  5. Connie, I LOVE your pineapple table runner! I just got the Creative Grids pineapple ruler so I’ll need to make a table runner also!

  6. That is gorgeous, Connie. I have been eyeing that die. Glad to hear it cut and stitched so well.

  7. Looks awesome! I want to use my die again!

  8. I love your pineapple runner Connie! The colors are gorgeous!!! I just made a pineapple runner recently too using batik scraps and a Pineapple ruler. I don’t have any die cutting machines, but I am sure it would make piecing faster if I did.

  9. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Connie, Once again you have designed and created a spectacular table runner! Purple has always been my favorite color, yet, in the past couple of years, teal has become a very close second. I know it is because of all of the beautiful quilt fabrics and projects, like your Pineapple Pattern, that just make certain colors just pop. I want to also say that I fell in love with your red and white Fiery Pineapple Wall Hanging, such a fabulous choice you made and shared just for the holiday. Thank you Connie for sharing all of your splendid talents with us! Have a wonderful day!

  10. Wow, Connie, that’s really pretty. I can almost imagine those looking like little Christmas trees. If you had used green batik it would have been “for sure”. It looks great on your island and I like your skinny tree.