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
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.
flowers and topper
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.