Triangle Flower Table Runner

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It is so nice to be able to take photos outside…..with the sun shining and warm weather. I think Spring is finally here. How do you like my new table runner?

Triangle Flower Table Runner

I was at the grocery store last week and saw a table runner like this on the back of a quilt magazine so I am sure there is a pattern out there but… was easy to see that it was just equilateral triangles. So I went home and found this beautiful autumn border print in my stash and started cutting.

Update: Looking for a pattern for this? Triangle Frenzy Runner would be a great pattern to get!

Triangle Flower Table Runner

Here is a photo of the sections sewn together. If you remember the 2 table toppers I showed here you can see it is the same design with a little twist.

I determined the size of my blocks by…….the border fabric design and……how much fabric I had. I’m not sure who I’m giving this too… daughter or my friend who already has a couple table runners made with the fabric.

Triangle Flower Table Runner

I have been making this table topper for years and it is a favorite gift to make. Have you made any?

Triangle Flower Table Runner

I also had a piece of matching tone on tone that I used for the border and sewed the binding on with my sewing machine.

Triangle Flower Table Runner

I plan on making a couple more using fabrics that aren’t border prints which should be fun.

Triangle Flower Table Runner

I used Superior Bottom Line thread in the top and bobbin for the free motion quilting in a beige color.

Triangle Flower Table Runner

Most of the time I don’t sew a label on the back of table runners. I’m in luck, as the backing is muslin so I can write on it with a Micron pen which is my favorite tool for adding a permanent signature to my quilt projects.

Triangle Flower Table Runner

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  1. Many thanks for this post! I had seen the design a while ago and wanted to make one (or five), but couldn't figure it out. Your break away picture fixed all that and now I can make some. Thanks!

  2. Very pretty! Fall colors are my favorite and you did a nice job with them. 🙂

  3. Connie this is beautiful! The border print makes it look just like a garden walkway.

  4. very clever, it turned out so pretty. the recipient will love it I am sure.

  5. says:

    I saw a table runner like that and thought it was marvelous. Yours turned out lovely.

  6. That's very cool! I'd like to try it with one of my gradients.

  7. Cindy Dahlgren says:

    Love the idea, don't have any border fabric at the moment so will have to try to remember this.

  8. Crickets Corner says:

    I'm looking at the same magazine right now and have to say that I like your version much better. Love the idea of using border fabric. Guess I'll have to pull out some that I have and make one for myself.

  9. carolegoldquilts says:

    I followed a link to your linky party, joined in, and now I'm a new follower. Your table runner looks fantastic – what a creative use for a border print!

  10. Kevin the Quilter says:

    How beautiful Connie! It almost looks like an "S!"

  11. Stunning!!, love it and the colours

  12. Lorna McMahon says:

    I just made my first hexagonal runner recently. And this one with the twist? Very attractive, Connie. I'm sew inspired!

  13. OH! I love the way this turned out. It is beautiful….and if you're still looking for someone to give it to….well I can think of someone. 🙂

  14. Love your fabric choice for this….makes it simply stunning!

  15. madebymeinred says:

    Awesome. AAA+. You are amazing.

  16. That is really pretty … and it looks like summer to me!

  17. Teresa in Music City says:

    Connie I LOVE it!!! Very different and unique 🙂

  18. The Quiltwhinny says:

    Connie, this is so unique! What a great way to use border prints.

  19. Hilary Florence says:

    So nice to leave on comment on your blog for a change!! These are great and such a creative use of border fabric. Very special.

  20. Susan Being Snippy says:

    The border print makes such a unique table runner! It has been a while since I did a similar project… but I love the design and will likely get to doing again sometime soon!

  21. HI!!!! I love it!!!! Wonderful idea!!!!!

  22. I saw that on the back of the same magazine, probably! Thought about making it with the piles of striped borders I have, but I went with the tried-and-true straight versions.

  23. Sally Hurley says:

    That is a really neat design!

  24. Cynthia Brunz Designs says:

    Very clever! Great way to use those border prints.

  25. Andrea @ Mouse in My Pocket says:

    This is awesome! I may have to pull out a border print and give it a try.

  26. Karen - Quilts...etc. says:

    I love it – very unique!

  27. It is a beautiful runner Connie , I love that little twist !