Harrison Rose Table Runner Tutorial

Harrison Rose Table Runner Tutorial

Harrison Rose Table Runner Tutorial

Harrison Rose tutorial for a appliqued tablerunner

Harrison Rose Table Runner Tutorial

Today I have a beautiful appliqued table runner and center piece tutorial to share with you. Either would would be perfect for a Spring or Summer table setting! Our weather here in Iowa has been chilly all week…..I am ready for warm weather and working out in the yard.Harrison Rose Table Runner Tutorial
It has been a while since I did any free motion appliqueing and I really enjoyed using my vintage sewing machine. It doesn’t have a zigzag stitch, it only does straight stitch but that never stops me from doing applique.
Harrison Rose Table Runner Tutorial
Harrison Rose Table Runner TutorialFor this design I used the 12 inch Churn Dash AccuQuilt GO! die and the Harrison Rose applique die by Eleanor Burns. The table runner is approximately 12′ x 36″ and the center piece is a 12″ square.

Today I am once again doing a guest post on the AccuQuilt blog. Please join me there for the entire tutorial.Harrison Rose Table Runner Tutorial
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10 Comments

  1. Love the Spring Cheer in this Table Runner. Perfect colors and lots of dimension achieved by your machine appliqué technique. I visited the Accuquil blog but could not comment due to not being logged in. Spring Bliss Dear…

  2. That is so fun how you combined the rose and the churn dash Connie! Very pretty and sweet! You wrote a great tutorial too. I tried to comment on their website again, but it says my log in name is invalid, which it is not.

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