Turn Simple 9-Patch Blocks Into a Creative Table Topper
June 14, 2019 |
| Table Toppers
Walking-Foot Quilting Instructions Are Included!
Simple nine-patch blocks are cut apart and recombined for this wonderful table topper. It’s an easy quilt that you can have finished up in just a few hours.
Plus, the topper (or wall quilt) is great in fabrics and colors for any season. Or simply go with colors you love.
Start with 5″ charm squares and a background fabric. White was used in these examples made by the designer but consider other colors, as well.
Notice the decorative machine stitches around the center 4 squares in the version above.
The finished quilt, designed by Christine Mann from New Quilters, is 26″ square.
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