Logjam Table Topper
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Create an interesting topper suitable for any style table with this unique Logjam Table Topper quilt pattern! Achieve this eye-catching design by simply laying out four Log Cabin blocks to set off the dark and light fabrics. This easy-to-stitch pattern makes a 23 1/2" x 23 1/2" square table topper topper.

To learn how to quilt the Logjam Table Topper with just four blocks, join quilting expert Nancy McNally in this Learn, Make, Create! episode.

In this episode, you'll learn how to:
  • Piece classic log cabin blocks.
  • Work with light and dark fabric placement.
  • Make flange.
  • Quilt the Logjam Table Topper.
  • 1/8 yard each of 2 each gray, brown and black batiks*
  • 1/4 yard light brown batik*
  • 1/2 yard black solid*
  • 5/8 yard cream solid*
  • Backing to size
  • Batting to size*
  • Thread
  • Basic sewing tools and supplies
*Fabrics from Hoffman California Fabrics; 80/20 batting from Hobbs used to make sample.

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