AccuQuilt Spring Medley Table Topper

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Spring Medley table topper tutorial
Have you seen the new GO! Spring Medley die? Cutting these shapes out with your AccuQuilt GO! cutter takes no time at all! I made a cute table topper but this die would be perfect for a baby quilt also.

Spring Medley Table Topper

23″ x 23″

GO! Fabric Cutter: 

GO! Cutter (55100S)
GO! Big Electric (55500)

GO! Cutting Dies:


Cream Batik – 2/3 yard – background

  • Cut one 23″ x 23″ square

Applique Scraps

  • Brown – cut four 5″ squares for the baskets
  • Tan – cut four 5″ by 3½” pieces for the bunnies
  • Yellow – cut one 5″ by 4″ piece for the chick
  • Assorted colors – cut eight 2″ squares for the eggs
  • 1 yard Heat n Bond Lite

It was fun to dig into my stash of Island Batik fabrics for this project.

Apply the Heat N Bond Lite to the back of the fabrics for the applique following the directions included with the Heat N Bond Lite.

AccuQuilt Spring Medley die

Place your fabric over the section of the die you want to cut out. Here I am cutting out the baskets.

AccuQuilt Spring Medley baskets

If you would like all of your bunnies to face the same way, make sure you place all four pieces of the fabric on the die the same way.

AccuQuilt Spring Medley die rabbit

  • Take your background fabric and fold it in half and then half again and press so you can have some lines to help with the placement of your baskets and bunnies.
  • Place the baskets on the background and add two eggs to each one before pressing the basket with your iron.
  • Arrange the bunnies around the baskets.
  • Place the chick in the center.

laying out the die cuts on the background batikUse your favorite method to applique the pieces to the background fabric – straight, zig-zag, satin stitch or blanket stitch. Adding some kind of stabilizer behind the background fabric will make it easier to applique all of the pieces.

The applique was done before I quilted the table topper.

I used a dark brown thread and did a free motion straight stitch raw-edge applique around the pieces.  I also used a Micron pen for the eyes on the chick and bunnies.

Closeup of the little chick

Stitch around each piece twice and don’t worry if your lines aren’t exact.

Closeup of the little rabbit

Don’t forget to free motion quilt inside each little basket.

Closeup of the basket of eggs

Spring Medley table topper on dining room table

I always like to take my quilt project out on the deck!

Spring Medley table topper on deck table

Spring Medley Table Topper Tutorial

I hope you have enjoyed this fast and easy baby quilt made with the AccuQuilt GO! Fabric Cutter and the new GO! Spring Medley die.


Other AccuQuilt tutorial you might like:

Spring Medley Table Runner tutorial
Follow Freemotion by the River on Pinterest
Spring Medley table topper tutorial is fast and easy to make

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  1. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Connie, This is the cutest table topper you created! I always enjoy your creative projects in every aspect. Hubby and I have been slowly doing the deep cleaning for fall in the house. I have been going through my fabrics, all the great tools used for quilting and hand embroidery, plus projects that need to be finished. I am almost finished and wow did I discover so much. This next year, I am going to devote to completing all of these unfinished projects. LOL. I am also looking forward to creating some fun table toppers and wall hangings that will use some extra blocks and happily a lot of the AccuQuilt Dies that I have! Thank you for sharing your special talents with us! You are a special inspiration for me! Have a great day!

  2. Monica Kostak says:

    Hi Connie–I want this spring die cut! The bunny is so cute and i’m glad it just now come out for the Go cutter. I’m hoping there will be Black Friday specials as there are a few i want.. I’m so glad to see your projects with the Accu Quilt. I hadn’t seen any others use this tool that i subscribe to . My husband got me one last year and I have done very little with it but do plan on much use down the road. Thanks for sharing-it helps so much in ideas!