Two Fat Quarter Table Topper (#0907)

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Two Fat Quarter Table Topper (#0907) Pattern


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Quilting: Two Fat Quarter Table Topper (#0907)
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Home Decor


Table Accessory

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Sewing with a 1/4" seam
  • Quilt Basting and Binding

Pattern Description:

I really enjoy making table runners. They're quick weekend projects that equally feed my love of design and my need to finish projects before starting other projects!

When I went on my very first fabric shop hop, I won two fat quarters in a raffle from the very last shop we visited. As my fabric budget was already spent, I didn't pick up any coordinating pieces ... and the popular fabric line sold out before I remembered to look for them!

These sat on my shelf for a couple of months until I was looking for a weekend project and decided to sit down and figure out how to make the biggest table topper -- including binding -- possible, using solely these two fat quarters. The finished piece measures 21.5" square.

Please Note:
This pattern is for personal use, but permission is also granted to make this item to sell in small quantities, provided that the item is handmade by you and that you credit Poplun Designs for the design. No mass production is allowed. This pattern is protected by federal copyright; reproduction is not permitted.

Pattern copyright 2009, Michelle N. Cavanna. All rights reserved

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 21 1/2" x 21 1/2"


  • Print Fabric: 1 Fat Quarter (at least 18" x 20")
  • Solid Fabric: 1 Fat Quarter (at least 18" x 22" - see note below)'
  • Backing & Batting: 25" x 25" each
  • Optional: If your Solid Fat Quarter doesn't measure a full 22" high, or if a 2" French Fold Double Binding is your binding of choice, an additional Fat Quarter of the Solid Fabric is required.

You Will Also Need:

  • Rotary Cutter, Rotary Ruler, and Cutting Mat
  • Iron, Ironing Board, and Starch (if desired)

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About Designer

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Welcome to Cora's Quilts on Craftsy! My name is Shelley: wife, mom, quilter, and designer from Sacramento, CA.

I love designing quilting projects big and small, alike - my patterns are built upon classic quilt blocks and patterns, that have been updated for the contemporary sewer. I include directions for modern, simplified, time-saving cutting and piecing techniques, and some of my favorite ...

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