I just finished this second floral table topper, made with some of the same fabrics as the first one posted last month. This topper contains a smaller selection of vintage fabrics, but it has the addition of some old, hand-crocheted edging. The patches were already cut, so I was thrilled to discover that I had enough of this edging to go around the cloth, and also the scallops fit just perfectly in the squares — it’s so great when things work out like that. Just like the other topper, it is machine quilted in the ditch, but this one is backed with a reproduction print.
These little cloths are so fun to make and sew up quickly (except for the hand stitching on the edges). It is 41″ square, including the edging. I hope my sister likes it.