Friday, August 16, 2019

TGIFF - Chain Linx Table Runner

I love testing patterns for designers, especially when they are friends.  This is Chain Linx by Karen @ Sugar Free Quilts.  The pattern has four sizes:  20 x 20 inches, 20 x 40 inches, 40 x 60 inches, and 60 x 60 inches.

I finished this table runner many, many months ago, but I never got around to quilting it.  The background is Kona Ash.  I used scraps for all the chains, including Kona Poppy.

I did an all-over boxy stipple in light grey thread.

Although the quilting is not the most creative, it does give the table runner some texture.

This makes for a fun table runner.

But it could also be used as a wall hanging.

You can find Sugar Free Quilts on both Instagram and Etsy.

I'm linking up with:

Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday @ Alycia Quilts
Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? @ Confessions of a Fabric Addict 
Finished or Not Friday @ Busy Hands Quilts
Needle and Thread Thursday @ My Quilt Infatuation
Brag About Your Beauties @ From Bolt to Beauty 
Friday Foto Fun @ Powered by Quilting


  1. I think the boxy quilting looks great on this wonderful table runner.

  2. A winner as a quilt design and I like the boxy stipple ! You got to use up scraps and stash so I think that this makes it a hit for both you and the pattern designer. Well done!

  3. That pattern is incredible!! Your quilt is SEW cheerful. LOVE your interpretation in a rainbow of colors!!

  4. I would like to buy the Chain Linx pattern, but cannot find it. I really like yours.

    1. Hi, Sandra. I'm unable to e-mail you. The link to Etsy for the pattern now works.

  5. What a cute cute design!! I love the colors you chose!! it really stands out!

  6. This is awesome as both a table runner and a wall hanging. You did a great job of quilting it as well.


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