This Table Topper Will be Lovely in Your Favorite Colors

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Play with Values to Create Your own Special Topper!

The Seven Sisters block is a long-time favorite among quilters. It has been used to perfection in this beautiful table topper.

We love the vintage appeal of the fabrics selected by the designer. This pattern will be just as lovely made up in your favorite colors.

Seven Sisters Table Topper

This pattern is fun to play with, too. Different effects can be achieved by varying value and color placement.

Modern vivid prints, muted small-scale prints and more will work well with this pattern. Give it whatever mood you want. Select a combination of colors that work well together and you’ll be rewarded with a charming topper.

Seven Sisters Table TopperThe colors of Debby’s original photo above have been modified to enhance the value contrasts and show another way of designing your topper.

Construction of this quilt has been simplified – no Y-seams! Plus, all the cutting can be done with a ruler and your rotary cutter.

You will need a 60 degree ruler for this project. If you don’t already have one, the Fons and Porter 60 degree pyramid ruler is a good choice (get it here).

The pattern, from Debby Kratovil Quilts, is for a 37″ x 42″ table quilt.

Click here to purchase the “Seven Sisters Table Topper” pattern.




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