In case you are just joining us, each day for two weeks myself and a group of elite guest bloggers are highlighting one of the projects in my Christmas Collection book which is available on Amazon.
The Holly Table topper features curved piecing for the outer border and raw-edge fusible applique. I added buttons to mine for the holly berries but you could applique or embroider circles in place just as easily, especially if you have small children on pets who could easily choke on a button. The sample was made using Island Batik fabrics, Warm 80/20 batting and Steam-A-Seam Lite from The Warm Company.
I think the best part of the blog hop is seeing the versions made by the guest bloggers. Don't you agree? Today we have two amazing projects by:
I love the subtle changes each made to my pattern and how it really changed the look of the topper!
As part of the blog hop, I am giving away 3 digital copies of the Holly Topper pattern. In the comments, share whether you prefer square or long rectangular table toppers / runners. The winners will be selected at the end of the blog hop on Sunday August 4, 2019.
Here is another photo I took my version of the Holly Topper.