Fast and Easy Batik Table Topper Tutorial
Are you looking for a fast and easy table topper or table runner to make? You’ll like this one! It has to be the easiest one!I never seem to get tired of making table toppers….especially out of batiks. I had a little bundle of batiks from Island Batik and I decided to do a quick and easy project with them.The pieces were about 3 inch wide and 10 inches in length so I cut 18 of them into 3″ x 8″ pieces.
- Sew the pieces together with a 1/4 inch seam allowance
- Sew 3 pieces together for each block
- Make a total of 6 blocks
Rotate some of the blocks as shown below.
Stitch the blocks together – 3 blocks in each row.
Quilt as desired. I decided to do a simple free-motion stitch with some loops.Here is a closer view of the quilting.I had a green batik in my stash that worked perfectly for the binding.The finished table topper is 15″ x 22 1/2″
It is always fun to take a picture or two out on the deck.A little pot of flowers looks perfect on the topper.
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This is a collection of batiks that would be fun to use for the table runner! You know I love batiks! The collection is called Boundless Batiks Flower Market.
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