Winterberry Table Topper Tutorial

Winterberry Table Topper

Supplies:

1 Winters Lane Layer Cake or Assorted FQ’s in brown, red and blue prints

2/3 yd fabric for backing and binding

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This entire topper is constructed using 4″ squares. I used a layer cake in Winters Lane by Kate & Birdie Paper Co for Moda Fabrics, pulling out the assorted 10″ squares I wanted for this project. The values are light, medium and dark to give the project some contrast so keep that in mind when picking your fabrics.

Cutting

Cut 6 Brown, 12 Red, and 18 Blue – 4″ squares.

Cut backing fabric on the fold and use half for the backing and from the other half, cut (4) 2.5″ strips to create your binding.

Your backing and binding can also be pieced from FQ’s or the rest of your layer cake!

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Draw a diagonal line on the wrong side of all your blue squares.  Placing right sides together, pair all of your brown and red squares with a blue square.

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Stitch 1/4″ away from both sides of the drawn diagonal line. Then cut on the line to yield two half square triangles.

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Press open and trim to 3.5″. You should have a total of 36 half square triangles, 12- brown/blue and 24- red/blue.

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Using the picture above, layout your half square triangles.

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Sew all of your half square triangles into rows and then join the rows together to complete your top!

Now layer your backing, batting and quilt top and quilt as desired.

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I went with a straight line quilting design for mine using my walking foot. A dense quilting design helps your table topper lay nice and flat.

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Join your 2.5″ strips together to create your binding.

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I used THIS machine binding technique and one of my personalized labels that I had made HERE.

Winterberry Table Topper

This project finishes at 18.5″ x 18.5″.

Hope you guys are enjoying all this Christmas inspiration! I am using this as a gift for someone special and it feels good to be ahead for once:)

Keep it Sassy

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Comments

  1. Shirley wood says:

    I love this pattern

  2. Beautiful!

  3. Linda Evans says:

    I thinking about a bed quilt, love the colors.Thanks

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