Harrison Rose Applique Table Runner

Apr 8, 2016 7:00:00 AM / by Connie Campbell


Spring is here and it seemed like the perfect time to make an appliquéd table runner using the AccuQuilt GO! Harrison Rose by Eleanor Burns and the GO! Big Churn Dash-12" Finished dies. Hi, I'm Connie from Freemotion by the River and I always like fast and easy quilted projects and the AccuQuilt GO! Fabric cutter is perfect for them! I actually made a table runner and a table topper.

Harrison Rose Appliqued table runner fast and easy to make

 Harrison Rose Table Runner and Table Topper



55500 GO! Big Electric Cutter

55403 GO! Harrison Rose by Eleanor Burns

55459 GO! Big Churn Dash 12" Finished

Finished size:  Table runner - 12" x 36", Table Topper - 12" x 12"



GO! Big Churn Dash die and the Harrison Rose applique die by Eleanor Burns


Materials Needed:

  • Pink for large flowers - fat quarter (applique)
  • Dark pink for circle - fat quarter (applique)
  • Print for center pieces - fat quarter (applique)
  • Green for leaves - fat quarter (applique)
  • Cream prints - 4 or 5 fat quarters for the blocks
  • Green - 1/4 yard for binding
  • 1/2 yard for backing
  • 1/2 yard batting
  • 1 yard fusible web

Cutting Instructions for the table runner:

Follow the directions on the fusible web that you bought and iron it to the wrong side of the fabrics for the flowers.

Applique pieces:

  • Cut 3 of the large flower
  • Cut 3 of the large circle
  • Cut 3 of the center diamond shape (I only used one of the designs)
  • Cut 24 of the green triangles


GO! Harriosn Rose die for the applique pieces


Churn Dash Block: Use assorted cream fabrics.

Make 3 Churn Dash blocks - follow the directions on the die for the best cutting results.

For the table runner cut:

  • 3 center squares
  • 24 rectangles
  • 24 half square triangles


GO! Big Churn Dash die for the table runner


Follow the diagrams below to piece the Churn Dash blocks.


Piecing the Churn Dash block together


Make 3 blocks.


Complete the Churn Dash block


Fuse and machine applique the Harrison Rose pieces to the Churn Dash blocks.


Fuse the applique pieces together for the block


I prefer to do a free motion applique on my vintage Singer sewing machine. Then add your batting and quilt as desired. Trim and add your binding.


Applique the Harrison Rose design


Make one block for a cute little table topper!


Use one block for a appliqued table topper


Cutting Instructions for the table topper:

Applique pieces:

  • Cut 1 of the large flower
  • Cut 1of the large circles
  • Cut 1 of the center diamond shape (I only used one of the designs)
  • Cut 8 of the green triangles

Churn Dash Block:

  • 1 center square
  • 8 rectangles
  • 8 half square triangles

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial for an easy quilt pattern and I hope you make a table runner or a table topper. Be sure and stop by my blog for other tutorials and quilt projects.


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