Make a Cheerful Poinsettia Table Topper

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Arrange the Poinsettia Block Into a Wall Hanging, Lap Quilt, Table Runner and More!

This colorful Poinsettia quilt is perfect for brightening your tables during the Holidays. It’s also a great project for showcasing some of your favorite Christmas fabrics!

The block itself is easily pieced, forming a backdrop for the colorful appliqued poinsettia.

The appliqued pieces are easily applied with fusible web and a zigzag stitch around the outside edges.

Poinsettia Table Toppers

The pattern includes three quilted table topper options, but you can easily adapt it to whatever size you want by adding more blocks.

One basic block with an appliqued poinsettia forms the foundation for all three pieces in the trio. The blocks are very versatile and could be used in so many ways. Borders could be made wider or narrower and the blocks could be arranged very differently. For example, four large blocks could make a square wall hanging, nine could become a lap quilt. Four small blocks sewn end-to-end would create a long, narrow table runner.

Poinsettia Table Toppers

Poinsettia Table Toppers

The pattern by quilter 2strings includes complete and detailed instructions for 3 table topper options.

Get the pattern here.


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