A Pretty Topper to Make in Your Favorite Colors

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This Small Quilt is Super Easy to Make!

Sunny yellow and blue make a cheerful topper for your table and will brighten the room it’s displayed in. A bit of fussy cutting adds interest to the corners and other spots in the overall design. A beautiful print can be substituted if you prefer to skip the fussy cutting.

The pattern is an easy one to stitch together, even for beginning quilters. It also lends itself to other colors and fabric styles. The color and value contrasts bring this quilt to life, so keep that in mind while selecting fabrics.

Sunny Side Up Table Topper

The finished quilt, by designer Meryl Ann Butler, is 48 1⁄2″ square. It will be lovely draped over your table or even displayed on a wall.

Click here to get the free “Sunny Side Up” quilt tutorial.



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