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Today I have a tutorial for a beautiful table topper made with Island Batik fabrics and the AccuQuilt GO! Qube to share with you. This small quilt looked neat out on our deck.
The fabrics I used are batiks from the Crystal Cove collection by Island Batik.
This is the same collection that I used for my Crystal Cove Caravan wall hanging.
If you would like to make this table topper and don’t have the AccuQuilt
GO! Qube 12, I have included templates that you can use to make it.
Click here to download them and then follow the directions. It is definitely fast and easier to use the dies!
I was a little challenged when I started making the parallelogram sections…….silly me.
Follow this diagram to piece the blocks.
I did a simple meandering with Aurifil thread in a pale blue color on my vintage 15-91 Singer sewing machine.
I am really having a lot of fun using the Qube in its handy self-contained storage system. I recently bought some higher Ikea storage systems and I really like the height for my GO! Big Electric Fabric Cutter.
I used batiks from the Island Batik Crystal Cove collection. I made four 12 inch blocks for our table topper.
I used batiks from the Crystal Cove collection by Island Batik.
Iggy still likes to get in the photos…….
Don’t forget to read my post on AccuQuilt’s blog where I show other variations of the block arrangement.
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