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InstructionsThese are table toppers for out door glass tables. No batting used. Coordinated fabric back.
Sew front and back fabrics together, right sides facing, all the way around. Cut a slit for turning in the TOP fabric. (The dresden plate will cover this) Turn and press. I used a little bit of fusible web to hold the dresden and it's center in place Then zig zagged all around, center first. I zig ...
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Type of item: Home Decor
Style: Cute, Outdoorsy
Cotton fabric, no batting
What was your inspiration?
I hate the glass top tables. Glasses perspire and they are noisy when you clunk down your glass! I saw the dresdens done as sunflowers somewhere. I happened to have these colors in my scrap pile.
What are you most proud of?
They are so cute on the porch! They are very washable.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Use something round as a template. I was going to use the glass from the tables but used a chair pad I had instead of taking the table apart. It was slightly smaller and I could use fat quarters for fronts and backs.