Instructions Are Included for Making 3 Table Toppers from the Same Set of Strips!
A variety of fabric strips in autumn hues combine in this lovely table topper. It’s a great accent for your table during the autumn months and beyond.
Choose fabrics in colors you love, if you wish, or for a particular season. This will be pretty in Christmas colors as well as in 1930s reproduction prints.
Log Cabin blocks are set in the Straight Furrows configuration for this table topper. However, you can arrange yours however you like.
Designer Betsy Chutchian cut fabric into 1 1/4″ strips for this project. Once she was done she had enough left over to make the body of two more table mats. Instructions for those are included.
Table Mat – 13 1⁄4″ × 20″.
Mini Table Mat – 12 1⁄2″ square.
The completed Log Cabin topper is 35″ × 48 1⁄2″.
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