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In this quilted table topper and placemats the tulip petals and leaves have folded curved edges that "float" due to the turned-back bias edges, but there is no curved piecing. Choose two coordinating fabrics for the tulip centre and side petals. The background fabric should not have a large or a directional print because it is cut and sewn on various angles.
This quilt pattern is suitable for the intermediate quilter. The 5-page pattern contains full colour illustrations of all steps, as well as quilting suggestions.
1 ½ yd (1.3 m) background
¼ yd (.2 m) or 1 fat quarter tulip centre fabric
½ yd (.4 m) coordinating fabric for tulip side petals
¼ yd (.2) m green for stems/leaves
5/8 yd (.6 m) fabric for binding
1 1/8 yd (1 m) backing and thin batting
Neutral 100% cotton sewing thread, rotary cutter and 12 ½” square ruler, glue stick, quilting threads to match fabrics.
This original quilt pattern is for personal use only, and all rights are reserved. It is not to be copied or reproduced without the written consent of the designer, Janet Barker, Copyright 2011.