Box Block Table Runner

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I gifted our neighbor this table runner made with Island Batik fabrics and the Box quilt block. This is such a fun quilt block to work with and I’ve made several quilt projects with it.

Box Table Runner Tutorial on deck

We haven’t had much snow this winter but the other day I was able to get some photos of the runner out in the snow.  Today it is all gone.

Box Table Runner in the Snow

We gave it to our neighbor on Christmas Eve and he forgot to take it home so yesterday I took a couple more photos of it on the deck.

Boxy Table Runner

I have really had a great time making quilt projects with the box block and will probably make other things.

I know everyone has been busy with the holidays so I decided to make a post with links to the other quilted projects and tutorials.

Purchase an ad-free printable PDF version of the Box quilt block tutorial in my shop that also includes the table topper and pillow directions. There is no yardage for the table runner. The photos have been reduced in size and the tutorial is 10 pages long.

Box Quilt Pillows Tutorial

Box Batik Pillows on sofa

Silent Night Table Topper

Box Block Tutorial

Single Box quilt block

I also made a table topper using a smaller size quilt block. You can find the tutorial in my Winter Wonderland tutorial.

Winter Wonderland Tutorial

Batik Table Topper for Winter Wonderland Island Batik
box table runner tutorial

Purchase an ad-free printable PDF version of the Box quilt block tutorial in my shop that also includes the table topper and pillow directions. There is no yardage for the table runner. The photos have been reduced in size and the tutorial is 10 pages long.

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6 Comments

  1. Vivian NOLEN says:

    I really like your patterns as I’ve made 3 or 4 and working on the red one made from strips where you sew on paper. Lots of fun to make and I’d love to free motion quilt it but still trying to get the hang of that. Could you do a tutorial to help me over my fear of going crazy with my stitching. Ha ha thank you

  2. That is a beautiful gift. I love it in the browns.

  3. such a great block to use so many different ways!

  4. I have this tutorial hanging on my sewing room bulletin board because I plan to make this one in the near future. Thanks for sharing this one.