There’s Also a Beautiful Quilt Pattern Made from the Block!
One oversized block makes a lovely table topper. Batiks are especially nice for this project, as they add depth and interest to the design.
However, many other fabric styles, and color combinations, will be wonderful. Dig into your stash and play with fabrics until you find a combination you love.
The block can also be used for other projects as well. Three blocks sewn end to end would make a lovely runner or make several blocks for a lap or bed quilt.
The designer, Connie Kresin Campbell from Freemotion by the River, created a beautiful quilt using one whole and several partial blocks. It’s 62″ x 62″ once completed. The pattern is available at the link below.
Squares and half-square triangles make up the block. It’s super simple and goes together quickly. You can have a finished table topper in just a few hours.
The finished topper (and block size) is 16″ x 16″.
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