Piano Keys made with Round Elements

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I have made another Piano Keys table runner this time with the Round Elements fabric collection.

A couple of months ago Afton from Quilting Mod announced a challenge to use the Art Gallery Fabrics collection called Round Elements in a finished project that would be shared the first week in October.

Well you know me…….FREE fabric…..of course I couldn’t wait to take part in the challenge!

Table Runner in the Grass

Eight different bloggers were picked and will take part in the Link-up party this week. You can take a look at the Challenge page to see who they are.

Here are the beautiful fabrics I received. I used 9 of the 12 fabrics in my table runner along with a white Kona cotton. You can find the Round Elements collection at the Fat Quarter Shop on line and also at many of your local quilt stores.

Art Gallery Fabrics collection called Round Elements

I used Warm & Natural batting and did a simple free motion design on my table runner.

Closeup of the quilting on the Round Elements table runner

Wouldn’t this be fun for a child’s room or a birthday party!

Table Runner perfect for a childs room

The size of my Round Elements table runner is 18 x 42. I used my Piano Keys Table Runner pattern which you can find in my shop.

Round Elements collection for tablerunner

I want to thank Afton and AGF Studio for the chance to work with these fun fabrics! It will be fun to see what everyone has made with the Round Elements collection!

Round Elements Table Runner made with Piano Keys pattern


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  1. Those fabrics definitely look yummy… candy was mentioned above. I like making table runners to have for quick gifts. Yours is lovely!

    1. Thanks Miriam! Table runners and toppers are always a great gift and…..fast to make!

  2. My Goodness…No batik fabrics? I do like this Piano Keys Table Runner created with Round Elements fabrics. They look rather contemporary. Fall Colors are Calling…

    1. LOL I know that is a shocker Sherry…..not one little piece of batik was added!

  3. Great use for these fabrics! The colors you chose out of the bundle look great together!

    1. Thanks Renee, I had fun making it!

  4. lovely runner! how many runner do you have now? (not including ones that I know you’ve given away, but how many you actually own/have in your house?)

    1. Oh my gosh Bea…….do I really want to know????? Bob keeps telling me I have too many LOL

  5. That turned out so cute. It has a summery look to it.

  6. Sweet. Looks like a big piece of wrapped candy. Cheerful.

    1. Thanks Betty, I think children would really like this!

    1. Thanks Yvonne! I forgot to even mention that!

  7. Oh, so pretty, Connie! Using the white Kona really shows off those lovely fabrics and color! Super design!

    1. Thanks Kathy, I always like using a neutral fabric in my projects.

    1. Thanks Sharon, I always enjoy making and using table runners!

  8. Very cute. I like that fabric and I have a little of it in the gray/white combo. I bought it to add to my collection of low volumn fabric but the colors are great.

    1. These are wonderful low volume fabrics!

  9. What a great design and a great way to play with Round Elements! I love making table runners! The quilting is a great play on the fabric! Your couch has the exact same fabric as mine! Different style, same fabric! Just saying! Great job, well done!

    1. Thanks Jayne! Table runners are always one of my favorite things to make! Same couch fabric…..LOL, we like the same things!