Harvest Table Topper – Free Pattern

Hi my loves! Ready for the weekend? Incredible right, another week that is ending. The more we learn, the more we get involved in new projects, the faster time passes. And we are very happy to know that you count on us, remember to visit us to learn about new projects. The Harvest Table Topper is a beautiful pattern for you to make your table tidy. The transformation is incredible, how different is a table with a topper, a table runner.

Matching together with a potted plant, complementing the decor with crockery, cutlery, glasses. Today’s pattern is all done in darker tones, with some lighter details. But all the shades are different, the prints are different. You see how it can look like the prints don’t match, but if they have the same colors, they match each other, it looks beautiful. The table topper is made in blocks and is quick to learn.

After the first block, you will see how it gets easier. The block size and the table topper size are described in the pattern. Do you have a bigger table, will the topper be small? Increase the number of blocks. Your table is smaller, do you want to put it on another piece of furniture? Decrease the number of blocks. Yes, it’s that simple.

Harvest Table Topper Pattern

We separate the list of materials of what you will need, the quantity and the prints and colors that were used to make a 35×48-1⁄2″ table topper:

  • 1⁄8 yard purple print (block centers);
  • 10 to 12–9×22″ pieces (fat eighths) assorted light orange and cream prints (blocks);
  • 10 to 12–9×22″ pieces (fat eighths) assorted orange, brown, and black prints (blocks);
  • 7⁄8 yard orange tone-on-tone (backing);
  • 1-1⁄8 yards brown print (front and back borders);
  • 1⁄2 yard dark orange print (binding) (Especially on small quilts and the featured batting-free quilt, Betsy prefers single-fold binding. For single-fold binding, you’ll only need 1⁄4 yard.)

You can see in the photos and measurements that the sizes are small. How about making a project with fabric scraps? If there are leftovers from other projects, time to reuse them. Separate the fabrics and see the combinations you can create.

Think about the environment you want to decorate and get even more creative. All the pattern you can find in All People Quilt. All instructions are there and easy to understand. But if you have any doubts, come back here and ask us in the comments. Shall we quilt?

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