Monday, November 14, 2016

Squedge 30 toppers

A friend asked me if I could make her 2 identical toppers just like a fall one she bought from me a couple years ago. She had some purple fabrics she purchased while on vacation, oh and were they gorgeous. Here they are with the fall topper.  The fabrics are a rich purple with metalic in 2 of them. The golden metallic were used for the light colored diamond sections.  When Kathy brought the fabrics over we discovered we needed 2 more fabrics she we hopped in her car and went shopping. We had such a good time visiting that day and it happened I just needed a little diversion from 'life' that day so it was perfect timing.

She wanted the exact same quilting on these two. Which was not a problem for me as I loved how the first one came out;-)


 These toppers are made using Diana Phillips Squedge 30 ruler and the free pattern that comes with it.

 She will be using these on her tables for a Tea at her church. I believe she said the theme was The Three Wise Men.   The pictures don't show the richness of the fabrics but believe me they are there. Kathy was very happy with how they turned out and I was glad I could help her out. Thanks Kathy!!

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18 comments:

  1. Love your quilting on them! gorgeous

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  2. Perfect colors for the wise men. Your quilting is sensational!

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  3. Those are so beautiful! Your quilting is amazing!

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  4. Your table toppers are gorgeous, Vicki! How fun to have a ruler that will help you make such interesting shapes!

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  5. your quilting is just stunning!

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  6. Gorgeous purples and beautiful quilting!

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  7. Vicki, these are stunning and will look wonderful at her tea!

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  8. These are so beautiful. I can see why she wanted them quilted the same way. Those feathers are so pretty!

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  9. Oh my goodness, Vicki...your quilting on these is just scrumpdillyicious!!!
    The fabrics are wonderful & I'm falling in love with that squedge ruler you use so often. Very very nice!!

    They make me think of Advent because Purple has traditionally been the primary color of Advent, symbolizing repentance and fasting. Purple is also the color of royalty and the sovereignty of Christ, demonstrating anticipation of and reception of the coming King celebrated during Advent.

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  10. Oh, Vicki, these are so pretty!! I just love purple and gold together, and those metallic fabrics are lovely. Great quilting, too. Your feathers are inspiring!

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  11. Awesome toppers, nice pattern and lovely quilting!

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  12. I love the rich colors and the beautiful quilting :)

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  13. Kathy has a great eye for color. And wow -- the quilting is beautiful. They will be the talk of the tea.

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  14. Beautiful table toppers. Having three matching ones means she can put each of the wise men on a topper so there's a common theme across the table. I love those rich colors and your quilting is unbelievable!

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