Our Best Table Toppers
Dress a table or dresser with one of these table toppers--from traditional color palettes that will fit any decor to bright designs that will add a punch of color to a room.
Seemingly mismatched prints come together beautifully in this table topper. In the Pinwheel units, bright fabrics peek through a solid background.
An X marks the spot on this table topper, where Four-Patch blocks and X blocks form a large overall X. Sea blues and sandy tans contrast perfectly with pops of red and orange.
Columns are Color
Columns of bright prints stand out against darker prints for a dramatic quilt. Black squares in the centers of the columns give the columns a braided look.
Wheel of Fortune
A scrappy circle composed of a variety of blues and greens is the standout of this project. A fun border of smaller spheres and arches continues the rounded motif for a table topper with a whimsical look.
Autumn Prairie Points Table Topper
Make an autumn-inspired table topper fit for a nature lover. The prairie points reinforce the fern fronds in the predominant print.
Batik Courthouse Steps
Sew Courthouse Steps blocks using purple batiks. For striking contrast between blocks, use dark strips for all sides of the B blocks.
Squares and Stars Tabletop Quilt
Alternate blocks to create the illusion of squares set on point. If you want the blocks to stand out, choose complementary colors for blocks A and B.
Scrappy Strip-Pieced Squares
If you’re hooked on the look of crochet, here’s how to get it with fabric rather than yarn. Craft each scrappy block from strip-pieced squares in six 1930s reproduction prints.
Crisscross Table Topper
Electrify your table with a bright table topper. The solid outer border has the illusion of piecing, thanks to a fabric made up of multiple "print" squares.
Harvest Table Topper
The warm colors in this table topper celebrate autumn's bounty. Wild Goose Chase blocks alternate with 10-1/2" squares cut from a cornucopia print. A border print fabric of fall fruits makes an ideal outer border.
Easy Squares Table Topper
Four-Patch blocks, setting squares, and rectangles are all you need to make an easy-to-piece table topper.
Scrappy Nine-Patch Quilt
Nine-patch and triangle-squares are the perfect combination for this tabletop quilt.
Fresh Four-Patch Table Topper
Four-Patch blocks and setting squares team up for a fabulous table topper.
Autumn Appliqué Table Topper
Here, appliqués in rich colors hold their own against a prominent gold-and-red homespun background.
Scrappy Kaleidoscope Table Topper
An unlikely plaid creates an abstract circular illusion around the center Kaleidoscope block. Chose high-contrast prints for the asymmetrical borders to give your quilt a scrappy quality.
Pink Flower Table Topper
Are you new to appliqué and want to start out small before committing to a whole project? Make this one-block table topper.
Autumn Batik Table Topper
If combining colors is a challenge for you, turn to Mother Nature for inspiration. Batik fabrics in a variety of autumn colors, patterns, and textures are assembled into a square table topper.
Four-Pointed Star Chain
Create an Irish Chain effect with careful placement of the squares in the five star and four 25-Patch blocks. A two-color checkerboard border provides a neat frame to the table topper.
Irish Chain Table Topper
Salute to Stars
It's easy to make this quilt bigger or smaller by adding blocks to or subtracting blocks from each row.
Mini Sawtooth Stars
Make 3"-square Sawtooth Star blocks using a traditional piecing method or the foundation-piecing pattern.
Square-in-a-Square Table Topper
Surround foundation-pieced Square-in-a-Square units with inner and outer borders.