New Free Pattern: Flying Geese Table Topper

Some time ago I finished up this little table topper.

A sweet blog reader had sent me a pile of flying geese blocks that were finished but not sewn into anything.  I went to lay them out to make a little table topper but was short a couple of blocks.  Serendipity, I happen to have the same black fabric in my stash so I made two more blocks.

I sewed them into this table topper.

I had a couple of blog readers ask if I would write a pattern for this.  It sat and sat and I didn’t get to it but recently I decided I wanted to get my Fall stuff out and decorate.  I figured it would be a great time to write the pattern for this so you all could make one too.

Of course, you don’t need to make it black and cheddar.  You could stitch this up in any color for any season…or no season at all.  All you need is… 3/4 of a yard of background fabric and some 2 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ scraps.

You can find a printable pattern HERE.

If you want to see a pictorial tutorial on how I make Flying Geese Blocks, you can find that HERE.

I didn’t get too far in my decorating.  Well far enough to know the table topper is going to go here…but not far enough to pull the tote out and finish putting Fall decor into the tier tray.

I hope you enjoy the simple pattern.  Many thanks to the blog reader who sent the flying geese.  They are perfectly my style.

…and now I’m off to get that Fall tote of decor.  It’s time to decorate.

8 thoughts on “New Free Pattern: Flying Geese Table Topper”

  1. Thank you for this cute table topper pattern. I’m thinking Christmas colors or winter colors would be nice. Time to go explore the scraps. Thanks again!

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