Sunflower Table Runner Tutorial

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Sunflower Table Runner before quilting

I finished up a table runner using more of my sunflower fabric and the HST’s that I had cut with my AccuQuilt GO! half square triangle die made for my AccuQuilt GO! Baby pillow.

This runner is 17 x 31. I used the 3-inch finished triangle die. You can see how I put it together below.

Sunflower Table Runner block before sewing

Do you remember when I showed you the original runner? I thought the yellow stood out too much so I took it apart.

Sunflower Table runner tutorial -

Sunflower Table Runner Tutorial

Sunflower Table Runner on table -

This is what I used the yellow block for. You can find more info about it under my Quilting Projects.

I used the sunflower fabric for a 2.5-inch binding. We use table runners all the time.

Sunflower Table Runner with Daisys -

I just did a simple stipple quilting using 100% cotton thread and Warm & Natural batting. I still have HST’s cut out so you might see a couple more things out of this fabric.

Sunflower Table Runner closeup -

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  1. As per my view, quilt work is always attractive, if it done with single colour or lots of colour. Your blog land is one of the famous for quilt design.

  2. Sunni @Love Affair with my Brother says:

    Great little runner and congrats on the feature. I am seeing your name everywhere these days!

  3. Step-parent's Cove says:

    Yes, Connie, this is a lovely runner.

    Have a great day!

  4. I like the fall colours in that one. Very pretty. Do you sleep?

  5. Another great project! Congrats on being a featured blogger – it is well deserved.

  6. Oh, such a beautiful table runner. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Great table runner! I'm anxious to see what you make with your new fat quarters.

  8. Just beautiful. Love the table runner. Great fabrics used so nicely. Thanks for sharing and have a great day

  9. Congrats, Connie, on being featured (I'll pop over to check it out). Love what you did with the yellow block and the runner. TFS

  10. Denise :) says:

    Connie these runners are so pretty — and I especially like the prints you've used. Great colors choices!!! 🙂

  11. Congratulations on everything! That runner is the best! Love those fabrics you won also.

  12. I love HST they are so versatile, so many different patterns. Your runner is lovely…can't wait until I can have some HSTs to play with! Linda

  13. wow another great project! Can't wait to see what you come up with next! Congrats on being a featured blogger that is pretty darn cool.

  14. I like what you did with the block you took out of the runner , it looks much better alone with that terrific border fabric .Cute runner too. Congrats on being a featured blogger 🙂

  15. Как всегда очень красивые работы . Когда ты успеваешь шить ?) Молодец !! поздравляю с выигрышем красивых тканей. Из них ты тоже сошьешь красивые изделия.

  16. Lovely runner, Connie. Looks so nice with your autumn decorations.

  17. Connie, I really love what you've done with this block and how nicely it lends itself to be made into table runners. It's obvious a lot of thought has gone into each one. Congratulations on being featured on Suzy's blog. I'll just have to go over and check it out!! ~karen