Saturday, October 12, 2013

Holiday Bouquet Table Topper

In the November/December issue of Fons and Porter's Love of Quilting...


My Holiday Bouquet Table Topper.  I've had a couple dozen emails the past few days about where to locate this line of fabric for this pattern.  I do get sales reports of how many yards are sold, but I don't get a list of the shops that place the orders.  Your best bet is to call local stores in your area and see if they stock my lines.  If they don't, please recommend that they start!  Blend Fabrics is a subsidary of Anna Griffin so they might also know the company by that name.  If all else fails you can call Blend's toll free number (855-817-060) and ask them to look up a store in your area that placed an order.

I've also seen the prints at various internet sites, although the cream blender can be hard to find.  If you can't locate it a generic cream blender would work.




The effect of the center medallion was created by fussy-cutting these medallion prints...




And the ornaments were fussy-cut from these prints...




The entire thing was assembled like a layered Dresden-Plate, similar to the way I created the Easter Table Topper for Bernina.

I can't believe the holidays will be upon us in just a couple of months!

Happy sewing!
Amanda

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12 Comments:

At October 12, 2013 at 4:33 PM , Blogger Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Adorable topper!

 
At October 12, 2013 at 5:51 PM , Blogger Leslie McNeil said...

it's really striking. love how it looks! NICE.

 
At October 12, 2013 at 5:59 PM , Blogger WoolenSails said...

That is gorgeous, really love the design and the fabrics.

Debbie

 
At October 12, 2013 at 7:50 PM , Blogger ShirleyC said...

That is gorgeous!

 
At October 13, 2013 at 6:34 AM , Blogger Patty said...

Very pretty.

 
At October 13, 2013 at 6:34 AM , Blogger Patty said...

Very pretty.

 
At October 13, 2013 at 8:13 AM , Blogger Julie said...

I have ... or have had... all of your collections. I am online as well as Brick and Mortar in the San Francisco Bay Area.

intrepidthread.com

 
At October 13, 2013 at 8:49 AM , Blogger Jacque said...

Amanda, this is stunning!

 
At October 15, 2013 at 8:51 PM , Blogger Maple Garden Quilting said...

Amanda, you did an awesome job and I love the placement/arrangement of the fabrics, and the fussy cutting makes it perfect. You really show cased the fabrics used. Thanks for sharing.
Debbie

 
At October 16, 2013 at 2:56 AM , Blogger Michele said...

It is just beautiful. I have my Holiday Bouquet fabrics already (I certainly didn't want to miss out) but I have yet to decide what to make with them.

 
At October 23, 2013 at 2:16 PM , Blogger amy tanner said...

I found the fabric at intrepidthread.com they had a fat quarter set and it was just what is needed for the pattern. thank you.

 
At October 25, 2013 at 1:19 PM , Blogger Gosia @ Quilts My Way said...

It's so lovely, Amanda!!! Design, fabrics and I love the way you quilted that table topper.

 

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In the November/December issue of Fons and Porter's Love of Quilting...


My Holiday Bouquet Table Topper.  I've had a couple dozen emails the past few days about where to locate this line of fabric for this pattern.  I do get sales reports of how many yards are sold, but I don't get a list of the shops that place the orders.  Your best bet is to call local stores in your area and see if they stock my lines.  If they don't, please recommend that they start!  Blend Fabrics is a subsidary of Anna Griffin so they might also know the company by that name.  If all else fails you can call Blend's toll free number (855-817-060) and ask them to look up a store in your area that placed an order.

I've also seen the prints at various internet sites, although the cream blender can be hard to find.  If you can't locate it a generic cream blender would work.




The effect of the center medallion was created by fussy-cutting these medallion prints...




And the ornaments were fussy-cut from these prints...




The entire thing was assembled like a layered Dresden-Plate, similar to the way I created the Easter Table Topper for Bernina.

I can't believe the holidays will be upon us in just a couple of months!

Happy sewing!
Amanda

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