Use Fewer Blocks for a Lovely Table Topper!
Often, a few blocks from a larger quilt pattern can be made into a beautiful table topper or wall hanging. That’s the case here with this lovely quilt.
Lindsey Weight from Primrose Cottage Quilts used nine blocks from her “Blossom Quilt” pattern for this charming quilt. We’re guessing it’s about 50″ square, which makes it perfect for a table, wall or even a baby quilt. Learn more about how this quilt was made here.
The full sized quilt is just as charming. A wide variety of fat quarters creates an appealing quilt that’s full of color. A more limited color palette, like in the table topper, will be great, too.
Start with a fat quarter pack from a fabric line you love. Or create a beautiful combination from your stash.
The finished quilt is 70″ x 70″.
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