Beautiful 3D Table Topper to Make For Every Season

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Dress Up a Candle or Display the Wreath As Is!

If this table topper looks familiar it’s because it’s similar to the Fold n’ Stitch Wreath that’s so popular. It’s made from hexagons instead of squares, giving it a whole new look.

This wreath is perfectly sized for dressing up a candle for a party or the holidays, and for enjoying every day. It will be just as lovely without a candle, or use it to highlight a vase or other decorative object.

Fold'n Stitch Blooms Table Topper Pattern

This topper will be wonderful on your table, but it also can be hung on a wall (minus the candle, of course!). We can easily imagine one made up for each season. Can’t you just see it in Autumn colors and Christmas fabrics?

Fold 'n Stitch Booms Topper

Fold 'n Stitch Blooms Table TopperBy Sewandplay on Etsy.

Fold 'n Stitch Blooms Table TopperAnother version by Sewandplay on Etsy.

Fold 'n Stitch Blooms Table TopperFound on Ebay. We believe this was also made by Sewandplay.

Fold 'n Stitch Booms TopperThis version is from Cotton Patch Quilt Shop.

Fold 'n Stitch Blooms Wreath

Fold 'n Stitch Blooms Wreath

Fold 'n Stitch Blooms WreathMade by Sewandplay.

The finished size is 14″ across. That’s 7″ smaller in diameter than the popular Fold n’ Stitch Wreath, giving you more places to display it.

Click here for the “Fold ‘n Stitch Blooms Table Topper” pattern.






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