Floret Table Topper – Free Pattern

Hello my loves, good to see you here. We are together once again to do many beautiful things. Have you noticed how crafts motivate us to keep creating? It’s so cool to start a piece and look forward to seeing it finished. Here at Crochet Loves you will see and learn a lot of cool things, tips that will help you to facilitate new projects. Today we thought about getting out of crocheting a bit and stimulating sewing.

The Floret Table Topper is a very pretty and colorful centerpiece. There are four blocks of flowers in different colors that look very nice together. You can choose the colors and leave the piece the way you want. Centerpieces are decorative elements that serve as centerpieces in decorating dining tables, coffee tables, or even side tables in living rooms.

In addition, centerpieces are great options to add a personal touch to the environment and are still easy to purchase and use in decoration. They decorate the environment and make everything more harmonious. They can still serve as support to put a vase of flowers together. Decorate as you prefer, it will look amazing.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Sew Can She

To make a table topper approximately 26″ x 26″, here are the materials and measurements you will need. Here are the colors you need to reproduce the pattern template. Feel free to choose other shades and prints. For a first time, I recommend following the measurements. Then, if you want to make another piece, it is easier to change the measurements because you already know how the assembly will be.

  • 16 squares 5 1/2” x 5 1/2” (4 squares each from 4 fabrics);
  • 16 squares 2 1/2” x 2 1/2” of yellow fabric for flower centers;
  • 9 squares 2 1/2” x 2 1/2” for sashing squares (green in image);
  • 32 squares 2 1/2” x 2 1/2” of white background fabric;
  • 12 strips 2 1/2” x 10 1/2” of white background fabric;
  • 7/8 yard backing fabric;
  • 1 fat quarter cut into 7 strips 2 1/2” x WOF, or 1/4 yard cut into 3 strips 2 1/2” x WOF.

As you can see, they are simple materials, easy to find and very common for those who are used to sewing. Read the floret table topper pattern, available from Cluck Cluck Sew, a first time. If in doubt, read it again or come talk to us here in the comments. You’ll see how simple it gets to start after we already know the step by step. Ready? Come on, let’s get started.

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