Enjoy This Topper for Valentine’s or All Year Long

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Play with Color and Value to Make it Yours!

This pretty little table topper has many interesting design possibilities. We love the soft monochromatic colors for Valentine’s and other times of the year. But what else can it be?

We see flowers, perhaps tulips, in the corners of each block. It would be fun to play with value and color to bring those to the forefront.

Be Mine (Valentine's Table Topper)

It’s easy to imagine the topper in other colors, as well. Photoshop shows us how it might look in blues.

Be Mine (Valentine's Table Topper in Blue)

Deep colors are beautiful too, as in the following example by Maurea Williamson.

Be Mine (Valentine's Table Topper in Deep Colors)

Or, go scrappy. Select pieces from your stash that are close in value to make the overall block design pop from the background.

Be Mine (Valentine's Table Topper)

Larger quilts can also be made from the blocks. The example above was made by Becky.

This is an easy project, with only squares, half-square triangles, and sashing strips to piece. You can have this finished up in just a few hours.

The finished topper, from Primrose Cottage Quilts, is 26″ x 26″.

Click here to purchase the “Be Mine Table Topper” pattern.


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