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Fall Leaves Table Topper

Use a fabric panel as inspiration for an autumn table topper. Choose prints in coordinating colors to frame the panel. Fabrics are from the Northern Exposure collection by Benartex.

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Assemble and Add Borders


When piecing border Nos. 1, 3, and 5, refer to Quilt Assembly Diagram to ensure correct position and rotation of triangle-squares.

1. Sew together 10 small triangle-squares to make a short border No. 1 strip. Press seams in one direction. The strip should be 1-1⁄4x8" including seam allowances. Repeat to make a second short border No. 1 strip.

2. Sew together 12 small triangle-squares to make a long border No. 1 strip. Press seams in one direction. The strip should be 1-1⁄4x9-1⁄2" including seam allowances. Repeat to make a second long border No. 1 strip.

3. Sew short border No. 1 strips to opposite edges of panel print 8" square. Add long border No. 1 strips to remaining edges to make quilt center. Press all seams toward panel print.

4. Sew brown leaf print 1-1⁄2x9-1⁄2" border No. 2 strips to opposite edges of quilt center. Add brown leaf print 1-1⁄2x11-1⁄2" border No. 2 strips to remaining edges. Press all seams toward border No. 2.

5. Join 11 medium triangle-squares to make a short border No. 3 strip. Press seams in one direction. The strip should be 1-1⁄2x11-1⁄2" including seam allowances. Repeat to make a second short border No. 3 strip.

6. Sew together 13 medium triangle-squares to make a long border No. 3 strip. Press seams in one direction. The strip should be 1-1⁄2x13-1⁄2" including seam allowances. Repeat to make a second long border No. 3 strip.

7. Sew short border No. 3 strips to opposite edges of quilt center. Add long border No. 3 strips to remaining edges. Press all seams toward border No. 2.

8. Sew brown-and-green wicker print 1-1⁄2x13-1⁄2" border No. 4 strips to opposite edges of quilt center. Add brown-and-green wicker print 1-1⁄2x15-1⁄2" border No. 4 strips to remaining edges. Press all seams toward border No. 4.

9. Join 10 large triangle-squares to make a short border No. 5 strip. Press seams in one direction. The strip should be 2x15-1⁄2" including seam allowances. Repeat to make a second short border No. 5 strip.

10. Sew together 12 large triangle-squares to make a long border No. 5 strip. Press seams in one direction. The strip should be 2x18-1⁄2" including seam allowances. Repeat to make a second long border No. 5 strip.

11. Sew short border No. 5 strips to opposite edges of quilt center. Add long border No. 5 strips to remaining edges to complete quilt top. Press all seams toward border No. 4.

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