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Strawberry Patch Table Topper Quilt {52 UFO Quilt Block Pick Up}

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Awhile back I had participated in a strawberry exchange— and I had recieved a little table topper quilt.  I love this thing, and I have been thinking ever since that it would be fun to make my own. Well, after digging around in the UFO Quilt Block drawer I found enough small 4 patch quilt blocks that would work. 

Here is my inspiration– it's been folded for a season, but is now on display to flatten out. 

strawberry table topper quilt

One of my favorites about this quilt is the bright color and the green embroidery thread used for tyeing!! It is so dainty. I love it.  So, I decided to do this on my little table topper too-

Materials needed:

4– 4 1/2" ufo quilt blocks

4– 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" 4 patch quilt blocks

4– 2 1/2" X 11" background strips

1– 4 1/2" background square- center of table topper

2– 5" X 5" background cut in half diagonally

2– 4" X 4" background cut in half diagonally


1)  Sew one UFO Quilt block to either side of center square

2) Sew one triangle {the larger ones} to either side of the other 2 UFO Quilt Blocks

table topper quilt

3)  Sew these 3 rows together

4)  Sew the smaller triangles to the 4 corners of the center block

table topper quilt strawberry

5)  Sew the 4 patch squares to the ends of 2 background strips

6)  Sew 2 background strips to the sides of the center 

table topper quilt tutorial

7)  Cut out 4 strawberries and green tops

8)  Raw edge applique the strawberries to the top.  I free handed my strawberries, but if you need help coming up with the fruit you can use these to help {or pick a different fruit!}

table topper quilt tutorial

9) Cut out backing and batting to match the top

10)  Pin together the 3 parts.  Bind the edges

11)  With 3 strands of embroidery thread tie the quilt blocks and add strawberry seed stitches

table topper quilt tutorial

The table topper isn't a huge quilt….but it will cover on a side table nicely. I am thinking that it would be a fun doll quilt too.

I think the funnest part of sewing this baby up was the ironing! I know. what the heck? but, seriously. I got my first long ironing time with my new Oliso Quilting Iron– and it was the best ever!  I will be using it over the weekend and will share my whole wonderful experience next week.  Just in case though, they have a 10% discount this month use the code 10PER to get it!

Oliso® Pro™ Smart Iron with iTouch® Technology TG1600

This is part of the 52 UFO Quilt Block Pick Up series……need more ideas on what to do with your UFO Quilt Blocks? previous weeks and UFO Quilt Block ideas

If you are sewing along with us and making up something with your UFO Quilt Blocks {even if you find your own way of sewing them together} we would all love a little peeksee!

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5 thoughts on “Strawberry Patch Table Topper Quilt {52 UFO Quilt Block Pick Up}

  1. kalynbrooke | Creative Savings

    Love anything strawberries! Your quilt topper looks great, and I love the colors.
    Visiting from The Shabby Nest Linky Party. 🙂

  2. heather walter

    This is adorable! I have been wanting to learn more sewing. I have a very basic machine and I do well if I sew a straight line! I found you through the Ladybird Lane Linky party . I am now following you on your social media accounts too!

  3. whosies

    thanks for stopping by heather! can’t wait to see the sewing machine adventures you go on.

  4. whosies

    thanks for stopping by! strawberries are yummy and so spring too!

  5. Steph @ Crafting in the Rain

    Perfect for spring!

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