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Scrap Box Table Topper
by Malka Dubrawsky
"This simple table topper was inspired by my twofold desire to use my growing stash of graphic scraps while reinterpreting one of my favorite traditional shapes: the hexagon. I played with fabrics from my scrap box and pieced the hexagons so they would appear slightly elongated. To keep the project feeling fresh and contemporary, I limited the background to two shades of charcoal and quilted the topper with a simple freemotionspiral. Gather your scraps and create your own version of this modern and easy-to-make table topper." - Malka
FINISHED SIZE:20” × 24”• Assorted scraps of 9 differentprints, each measuring at least7” × 8”• Solid gray background fabric, 2fat quarters• Backing fabric, 3⁄4 yd.• Binding fabric, 1⁄4 yd.• Batting, 24” × 28”• Rotary cutting tools (cutter, mat,and acrylic ruler)• Template material, such as paper,cardboard, or template plastic• Cotton batting, 26” × 30”