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Friday, December 16, 2011

I LOVE THESE TABLE TOPPERS


My friend Wilma wrote me that she was waiting to see the finished table topper from last Friday’s class at the Attic Window Quilt Shop with JD.  JD's instructions are so precise and easy.  She makes piecing fun!  I’ve been busy.  I made these three last weekend.
This is a close up of the second one I made.  The first one is already in the mail to Pennsylvania.  These are pieced using a muslin foundation.
I like how this blue one turned out.  I’m looking for just the right dish to go with it.  Or maybe a large candle.   Anyway, these are fun and I hope JD gets a pattern out soon.
This is one I made a couple years ago using Christmas fabrics and embellishing with some feather stitches.  I love how different they look with the different fabrics.  Wilma, hope this helps.

Ivory Spring has a free pattern for a Piccadilly Lane Table Runner.
 
Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!
Caroll

18 comments:

Geta Grama said...

Wonderful pattern, it looks great in any fabric combination!

Mama Pea said...

They turned out beautiful, and they are true Caroll style. Very cheery! Love it! Can't wait to learn this. It seems like it looks good no matter what fabric you use! That's the sign of a really good pattern. This is going on my list for things to make for Christmas next year!

Mary said...

Please ask her again. I would love to make them. Yours turned out so wonderful. I love them.

Miss Nancy said...

Wonderful table toppers! Bright and cheery! I hope the pattern comes out soon as well. Would love to find it. Thank you for sharing.

Have a super great sewing and stitching day.

Sue said...

Oh those are so beautiful and very neat! I love all of them. Are these paper pieced? I would love to see the pattern for them.

Allie said...

Caroll I am so impressed, these are really lovely!!

Ivory Spring said...

Where might I find this pattern? I am thinking they would make great Christmas placemats if sized smaller.

Lurline said...

Perfect - I love!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Lynn said...

And you keep telling me you're not a piecer! These are fabulous!

lory said...

sono bellissimi,è possibile acquistare il modello via e mail?io vivo in italia

Quilt Kitty said...

They are beautiful. What great table toppers. Love that pattern! Tracee xx

Flamingo K (aka Karen Schurr) said...

Lovely pattern. I agree, they would make wonderful placemats.

scraphappy said...

So cute, they look adorable in all of those color combinations.

Susan said...

Looks like a good way to use up red and white scraps!

Cathy Tomm said...

You have made some great table toppers. I really like them. And you got three done.

vtquilter said...

Oh, I love how they came out! I'd love to buy that pattern and try some of my own.

Mary said...

Did a pattern ever come out for this? Your post popped up in the
"You might like this" at the bottom of today's post 3-17-2014.

BAT said...

Absolutely love these table toppers..Please advise as to if there is a pattern for them and where to find it..Thank You sooo much for sharing your beautiful work!

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