Snowflake Blues Table Topper
Finished size is 19″ x 19″
GO! Fabric Cutter:
GO! Cutting Dies:
1 fat quarter light blue for the Snowflake appliqué
1 fat quarter dark blue batik for background
1/4 yard dark blue batik for 2 ½” binding
1 fat quarter for the backing
19″ x 19″ batting
Heat n Bond Lite
The Sleigh & Snowflakes die has 2 different snowflakes on it and both are used to make the Snowflake Blues fast and easy table topper.
This is a super fast and easy table topper that would make a perfect gift or accessory as it takes no time at all to make when you use the Sleigh & Snowflakes die.
Light Blue Batik - Cut a strip 4 ½" wide and apply Heat n Bond Lite to the back following directions on the package. Cut the strip into 4 ½" squares. Do this before running the fabric through the GO! die cutter.
Carefully lay the fused fabric over the snowflake dies and cut them out
Cut the background dark blue batik into a 20 inch square. Fold in half and then fold again to create fold lines to help with placing the die cut applique snowflakes on the background.
I placed on the snowflakes in the center of the table topper and had one snowflake that I didn't use.
Choose your favorite way to applique the die cut snowflakes. I use a vintage 15-91 Singer sewing machine that only does straight stitch so I did a free motion applique and used a Aurifil thread that matched perfectly.
I used a dark blue Aurifil thread for the background quilting, the color match perfectly.
Once it was all quilted I trimmed it to 19" x 19" and added the binding.
I used the GO! #55017 2 1/2″ Strip Cutter to cut the binding. Machine or hand stitch your binding.
I hope you have enjoyed this fast and easy Snowflake Blues table topper tutorial made with the AccuQuilt GO! Fabric Cutter and GO! dies. If you are looking for more ideas for table toppers, you might enjoy some of my previous quilt tutorials.
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