GO! Qube Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

Jan 8, 2016 9:00:00 AM / by Connie Campbell

Hi everyone, this is Connie from Freemotion by the River and I am back with 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! 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.

Roasted Coffee Table Runner Tutorial

Finished size 12” x 36”


Using the GO! Qube 12 for the table runner


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

Using Island Batik fabrics and three different dies from the Qube 12


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.

Piecing the Mosaic block pattern from the GO! Qube 12

Mosaic bloc pattern in the Qube 12 set

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

piece 3 blocks for the 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.

creating a feathered quilt design on the table runner

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

Quilting the table runner

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial for a easy quilt pattern and I hope you make one…..or two table runners. The blocks and projects you can make with the AccuQuilt GO! Qube 12 are endless! Be sure and stop by my blog for other tutorials and quilt projects.

Free tutorial for a beautiful batik table runner

Topics: quilt blocks, Quilting, batiks, fabric, freemotion by the river, Patterns, table runner, Tutorials

Connie Campbell

Written by Connie Campbell