Flower Power Table Runner

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Flower Power Table Runner Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Home Decor


Table Accessory

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic quilt piecing
  • Basic raw edge applique

Pattern Description:

The Flower Power Table Runner and Trivet adds a fresh splash of color for your table!

I was inspired to make this pattern after a family trip to Norway as well as a life-long love of Marimekko flower prints. I love the bright, bold prints and had fun designing this in that style.

This pattern is fat-quarter friendly.

I originally designed this pattern with solids. As I was finalizing the pattern, I wondered if it could be made with prints. I played around with a lot of different combinations and discovered that prints can really shine with this pattern. I added in some extra tips and a simplified layout and tips for making those prints look great.

**Pattern info edited to update links.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • The table runner is approx. 13" x 41-1/2"
  • The trivet is approx. 8-1/2" square


  • Table Runner
  • Fabric A (dark gray) 1/2 yard or 2 fat quarters
  • Fabric B (Lime) 1/2 yard or 1 fat quarter
  • Fabric C (Red) 1/2 yard or 1 fat quarter
  • Fabric D (Coral) 1/2 yard or 1 fat quarter
  • Fabric E (White) 1/2 yard or 1 fat quarter
  • Backing - 1/2 yard
  • Binding - 1/4 yard
  • Double-sided fusible web - 13" x 35" piece
  • Medium weight woven interfacing - 1/3 yard
  • Trivet
  • For the trivet, you will need 1/4 yard or fat eighths of 3 different fabrics. You wil also need a 7" square of double-sided fusible web, a 9" x 5-1/4" piece of medium weight woven interfacing, and two 9" squares of insul-bright heat resistant batting.

You Will Also Need:

  • Sewing machine
  • Rotary cutter, mat, and ruler
  • Sharp, pointed scissors
  • Fabric marking pen
  • Thread
  • You likely will need invisible thread (recommendations in pattern)

About Designer

About Designer

Lisa Amundson on craftsy.com

I started selling purse pattern designs in 2011, and have enjoyed sewing and crafting since I was a kid. I have dabbled in sewing kids clothes, drapes, quilts, and other home projects, but I am completely addicted to designing and sewing purses!

Come visit my blog at aroundthebobbin.wordpress.com for what's new!

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