Make a Pretty Table Topper in Just a Few Hours
May 22, 2017 |
| Table Toppers
It’s Lovely in Any Pleasing Color Combination!
This complex looking table topper is easy enough to make that it can be done is just a few hours. Good thing, because once you get started you’re sure to want to make more than one.
It will make a lovely gift for friends and family, and will be pretty in colors for every season. We can easily imagine it in Christmas fabrics, brilliant autumn hues, 1930s reproduction prints and more. You’ll have fun with all the color combinations that come to mind.
Ozark Star Table Topper” hand pieced and hand quilted by KC. Learn more.
Learn to make this topper with step-by-step video instructions: purchase the video download.
Christmas “Ozark Star” by Rettabug. Notice the machine embroidery quilting around the outside edges. Learn more.
The finished topper, designed by Cindy Hathaway, is 18 1/2″ x 20″. That’s just the right size for the center of all but the largest tables.
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