Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial


Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial


Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial
Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

Looking for an elegant and expensive-looking table runner that's perfect for playing with colors like hazelnut, cream, and mocha? Then you'll want to completely drink in the beauty of this Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial. Made using rich batik fabrics, this DIY table runner uses fabric cutters to achieve its precise look, although you can create this table runner using traditional cutting and piecing as well. A combination of the Dutch pinwheel and square in a square block, this table runner is completed with some gorgeous free motion quilting designs, meaning your dining room table will look sophisticated and chic in no time at all.

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size12 inches wide x 36 inches long

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueQuilting


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The roasted coffee batiks are just beautiful in this table runner. I do have an Accuquilt die set but mine is for the 8" block size. Do you think it would work for this pattern? If not, is there a place to look for the pattern instructions for people who may not own the Accuquilt die set?

This would be perfect for my dining room table. The colors work all year long!


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