One Large Block Makes a Nicely Sized Table Topper

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It’s Great for Showcasing Beautiful Fabric!

One appealing block makes a charming table topper or wall quilt. It will be wonderful in your favorite colors and fabric styles.

This is a great little quilt for showing off pretty novelty prints, as the patches are generously sized. Other fabric styles will be wonderful, too.

Berry Bouquet Table Topper Tutorial

It’s also a simple project to complete. Combine several blocks for a larger quilt and enjoy how quickly it goes together.

The finished table topper, designed by Lindsey Weight for Fort Worth Fabric Studio, is 30″square.

Gigi Blooms Table Runner Tutorial

“Gigi Blooms Table Runner” with a simplified version of the block.

A smaller 12″ version of the block with a simplified star was made into a table runner. The tutorial can be found here.

Click here for the free “Berry Bouquet” table topper pattern.


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