Stepped up my game from mug mats to table toppers! saw a fun hexigon design on pinterest that linked to this tutorial on YouTube.
The tutorial called for using 1.5 inch strips (I think?), but I used 2.5 inch strips as-is from a couple christmas jellyrolls from JoAnn. The red is yardage of a bolt. So mine turned out bigger than what I planned for, obviously. I was aiming for a set of 2 to put on my end tables, but they are large enough to fit my coffee table. I’ll keep one, and this one that I finished today will be gifted to my Oma for her table.
I still have fabric left over, so I might be able to make a couple striped rectangle toppers to match for the end tables.
I’m super proud of these corners.
And I added a tag so she remembers who made it, because my aunt also sews/quilts.
That would be a pretty tree skirt, too.
I did think it was a tree skirt when you posted it prior to finishing! It is so lovely with the mix of bright colors and black and white!
I love it…great job!
These are beautiful!! I love your little tag AND yes…you should be dang proud of those corners! I would be.
It would! I might try a bigger one for a tree skirt next year…
Beautiful. the colors pop and it’s so festive.
i used that red snowflake fabric to make masks for donation to a Holiday fair. They sold out quickly.
I LOVE that red snowflake fabric. I have some left over to use again in something else.
These look fantastic. You should be proud of the corners!
Beautiful. I made a Halloween one using a tutorial too. Although my corners weren’t anyway close to perfect like yours.
Thank you! Oh I have a lot of super nice Halloween fabric BEGGING to be pretty quilted homed decor.
It is so precise. Love it!
You did a beautiful job on them.
The deep green you chose was perfect! And my eyes are completely dazzled by this pattern!
Thanks! It seems to be one of those patterns that has very impressive results for how simple it is.