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Hexagon Table Topper

By: Accuquilt
Hexagon Table Topper
This image courtesy of accuquilt.com

If you love hexagon quilt designs, this quilt pattern for table toppers is perfect for you! The Hexagon Table Topper looks just like a hexagon flower surrounded by border hexagons. Use an Accuquilt cutter to make quick work of the hexagons. This gorgeous table topper pattern is especially easy to create and would look fantastic on just about any table. You can adjust this pattern to fit any season you would like by utilizing seasonal colors and prints of fabric. If you do not have an Accuquilt die cut machine, you could easily print our the hexagon template below to use.

Project TypeMake a Project

Quilt Size17.5 inches wide x 18.75 inches long

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniquePieced

Intermediate

MATERIALS:

  • Fat quarter or 1/4 yard each of light, medium and dark fabrics
  • 6" scrap for center hexagon
  • 5/8 yard backing fabric
  • 20" square for batting
  • Accuquilt Go! fabric cutter
  • Accuquilt Go! hexagons 2", 3", 5" (55011)
  • Accuquilt Go! 6" x 12" mat (55112)


Hexagon Table Topper

 

CUTTING DIRECTIONS:

  • Cut 6—hexagons with 2-1/2" sides from dark fabric
  • Cut 6—hexagons with 2-1/2" sides from medium fabric
  • Cut 6—hexagons with 2-1/2" sides from light fabric
  • Cut 1—hexagon with 2-1/2" sides from center fabric


SEWING DIRECTIONS:

  1. By hand or machine sew together hexagons using a 1/4" seam allowance and stopping 1/4" in from “corners” as shown by dots in small diagram. Reinforce stitching at dots.

    Hexagon Table Topper
     
  2. Press seams toward center of table topper.


QUILTING & FINISHING:

  1. Layer table topper with batting.
     
  2. Pin or baste layers together.
     
  3. Machine quilt 1/4" from seams with matching thread. Trim excess batting.
     
  4. Layer quilted table topper front and backing square right sides together.
     
  5. Pin and sew around outer edges, pivoting at “corners” of hexagons. Leave a 4" opening.
     
  6. Clip “corners” and turn right sides out. Press.
     
  7. Hand stitch opening closed.

Use the other two sizes of hexagons to create smaller table toppers or candle mats!


DIY Home Decor: How to Make Placemats and Other Easy Sewing Projects for a Country KitchenIf you love this project, you will adore our free eBook, DIY Home Decor: How to Make Placemats and Other Easy Sewing Projects for a Country Kitchen.
 


 


Find even more table topper patterns in our collection of 12 Free Table Runner Quilt Pattern and Table Topper Designs.


 

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