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Thread: Easy Table Topper Pattern

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    Easy Table Topper Pattern

    I don't remember who pointed me to this pattern, but it really is quite easy once you understand the cutting directions. I did add one extra "row" on each end as my friend has a 52" table and the pattern is for a 38" length.



    Pattern can be found here: http://quiltbug.com/free/table-topper.htm
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    Really pretty! I'll have to check that pattern.

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    Very pretty! I have found it is also a good pattern to make QAYG. I cut the backing a little bigger than I want the front to be. Place a layer of Hobbs 80/20 fusible batt (cut the same size) down on the backing. I center and iron my center square to the sandwich. I then lay the first strip face down on the center block and stitch through all the sandwich and then iron out the first strip. I piece the little square onto the next strip and then add it QAYG and move out until finished. The runner is sewn and quilted with just the trimming and binding to do. I quilt a nice fancy design in the center block to finish it.

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    Missouri Star Quilt Co had a tute on youtube using their binding tool. I made one easily.

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    That's beautiful. Your friend will love it.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    They are so quick and easy and make wonderful Xmas gifts. I love your blues just me .
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Pretty runner. Well done.

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    Thanks Tartan. I was thinking I could do it this way but didn't want to ruin the one for my friend.
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    Lovely runner and as you say, not too difficult to make.

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    I have made several of them.So quick and easy and make nice gifts. I use Christmas fab. most of the time

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