Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

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Are you looking for another beautiful tablerunner that would be perfect to use in the fall? This Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial is fun to make.

The brown batiks make me think of sipping a hot cup of coffee and watch the leaves fall.

I have included directions to create this tablerunner using AccuQuilt GO! dies or you can easily cut out the blocks by hand using the instructions below.

Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

12″ x 36″

Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

Recently I was a guest blogger on AccuQuilt’s blog and sharing a fast and easy table runner that is made using the new AccuQuilt GO! Qube Mix & Match 12″ block set.

I am really having fun with the 8 dies in this set and will have other projects to share soon. I had just enough of the French Roasted collection from Island Batik to make it.

Don’t have the AccuQuilt cutter and dies? Keep reading and I’ll share rotary cutting directions.

Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial
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This is another fast and easy table runner for you using the GO! Qube Mix & Match 12” Block set.

It is so neat to have 8 different dies in such a handy self-contained storage system!

Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

There are 13 block patterns included on small cards plus you can get a free 72 block pattern booklet that will give you all kinds of ideas for ways to use the dies.

Materials Needed:

I used beautiful batik fabrics that are from Island Batik’s French Roasted collection.

  • Dark Brown – ¼ yard
  • Cream – ¼ yard
  • Light Brown – ¼ yard
  • Brown – ¼ yard – 3 – 2 ½” strips for binding
  • Backing – 42” x 18”
  • Batting – 42” x 18”

GO! Fabric Cutter:

GO! Big Electric Fabric Cutter (55500)

GO! Cutting Dies:

GO! Qube Mix & Match 12” Block

I started out using the Mosaic block pattern which is included but changed it just a little.
Follow the cutting directions below.

Shape 4: GO! Quarter Square Triangle-6″ Finished Square

  • Cut – 8 dark brown
  • Cut – 6 cream
  • Cut – 4 light brown

Shape 5: GO! Half Square Triangle-3″ Finished Square

  • Cut – 36 cream
  • Cut – 8 dark brown
  • Cut – 4 light brown

Shape 6: GO! Square on Point-4 3/4″ (4 1/4″ Finished)

  • Cut – 2 light brown
  • Cut – 1 dark brown
    Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial


  • Use a ¼ inch seam allowance throughout and press to the dark side.
  • Follow the diagram below and piece your blocks making 6 flying geese sections by adding 2 half square triangles (5) to each quarter square triangle (4).
  • Next add 4 half square triangles (5) to each square on point (6).
  • Layout each block as shown and sew together.
Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

If you don’t have a AccuQuilt Go cutter and dies you easily make this by rotary cutting the pieces.

Use the amounts listed above and piecing directions.

  • Cut a 4 3/4″ square for the center
  • The half-square triangles – cut a 3 7/8″ square and cut once on the diagonal
  • For the quarter square triangles – cut a 7  3/16″ square and cut diagonally twice.
Roasted Coffee Table Runner tutorial for AccuQuilt

Make 3 blocks using the picture below for your fabric placement for the center block.

Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

Join the blocks together, add your backing and batting and quilt as desired.

I used a small feather design in the center of my blocks that I first marked the feather design with a chalk wheel.

Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial
Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

Quilt and add your machine stitched binding for a fast and easy table runner.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial for an easy quilt pattern and I hope you make one…..or two table runners.

Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

The blocks and projects you can make with the AccuQuilt GO! Qube 12 are endless!

The carpet is in!!! I moved a few things into my new studio yesterday and plan on moving more in today. Builder Bob is also going to work on a wall treatment that I’ll be showing you soon!

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  1. Connie DeCoud says:

    What kind of carpet did you use? Fabric? Color?

  2. Thank you Connie for sharing this very smart runner with those delicious colors. Love it, love it, love it.

  3. Nancy McC says:

    I really like the color and design of this table runner. My favorite part is the quilted feather ring in the center of the blocks. I have used stencils in my quilting also. Looks great. Thanks for sharing all the great projects! I have tried several so far and plan to work on more. I really like doing table runners.

  4. The richness of the batik and the richness of good coffee – perfect blend! Love the quilting you did. Looking forward to the acorn recipe – I’ll probably never make it but you never know! Thanks!

  5. Linda Furtado says:

    Are all your patterns based on the Accuquilt go method. I do not have an accuquilt go, l only do sewing machine quilting. Thanks Linda Furtado

    1. hi connie, such a nice project, and then I read go! I was just thinking that if you don’t have the device, you can’t copy the instructions … but wait, below, connie makes this wonderful possibility true even for non-owners of this device !! bravo, I think it’s commendable, I don’t see it often … thank you very much for all your great ideas and works!!!.elena

  6. That’s a lovely runner. Those fabrics are so pretty. It looks like the new studio is coming along. Looking forward to seeing it bloom.

    Enjoy your autumn.

  7. Chris Smith says:

    I would love to make this runner, unfortunately I don’t have an Accuquilt GO cutter, lol maybe some day!! My question is, what are the actual cutting measurements for the squares? I will be using a rotary cutter. If I could please get the measurements that would be awesome! Thank you in advance.

    1. Hi Chris, you would need to cut a 4 3/4″ square for the center, for the half square triangles – cut a square 3 7/8″ and cut once on the diagonal. For the quarter square triangles – cut a 7 3/16″ square and cut diagonally twice. Good luck.

      1. Chris Smith says:

        Thank you Connie

  8. Thank you for sharing your table runner!

  9. An adorable site I just discovered by chance, well done !!

  10. Love the table runner, and your arrangement of coffee items on it makes me want coffee right now!! 🙂

  11. Caroline Heinrichs says:

    Excellent tutorial. I willake one of those maybe this weekend at our retreat. Thanks!

  12. Chopin - A Passionate Quilter says:

    Like the colors of the table runner. I have been tempted to look into an Accu Cutter, but not there yet. I still enjoy cutting my fabrics. Maybe when my hands give out I will do that! Enjoy the moving day. Looking good!

  13. Great table runner! When Builder Bob gets finished at your house, can you please send him over to ours? I'm sure I could come up with a few projects to keep him busy through the rest of the winter 🙂

  14. Carole @ From My Carolina Home says:

    I love coffee, your little runner is perfectly sized for a countertop. How exciting that your carpet is done and you can begin moving things in, cannot wait to see the finished space!

  15. Vicki in MN says:

    Now there's a runner I have to try for sure, thanks Connie! The room is coming together nicely!

  16. The runner looks great and I can imagine it in many other colorways.

  17. Createology says:

    Beautiful Batik Table Runner. Your new studio is fantastic! So much room to work in is a real blessing. Wonderful Weekend Dear…

  18. Great runner….I need to make this one! So exciting to see your room come together. Bet you are doing a very happy dance.

  19. Everything is looking wonderful, including the runner, Connie.

  20. The studio is looking good! Love that table runner with the rich colors. Very pretty!

  21. QuiltShopGal says:

    What a gorgeous table runner. Love the design and the colors. Total #CreativeGoodness. Off to check out your tutorial, which I'm sure will be excellent. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.


    PS – I'm finding it really easy to follow you via, although I still follow you via a variety of tools.

  22. That photo with the runner and coffee setup looks wonderful! Seeing that will be a great way to start each day!
    Hooray for carpet!

  23. great runner and tutorial, funny I never see any comments on there, nor on FB….. kind of sad. Love your new room still, can't wait for more pics!

  24. Oh, I love those colors together. When I was at the International Quilt Festival in Ireland a few years ago, they had a kit for sale that used those colors, only they were calling theirs something like Guinness Stout. I loved it then, and your table runner definitely brings it to mind.

  25. The carpet and the runner are both gorgeous! Love the fabrics you used in the runner.