Free patchwork quilt pattern – love, Kim Brackett

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Tiny Table Topper by Kim Brackett
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Bestselling author Kim Brackett’s Tiny Table Topper is small, scrappy, and sweet as can be—and it’s strip pieced too! Kim says:

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Sign in or register at our site to download Kim’s free patchwork quilt pattern right now.

Detail-of-Tiny-Table-Topper-quiltAt a petite 19½" square, this pretty patchwork topper is the perfect size for casting a splash of color most anywhere: dress up a table, drape over a chair, line a basket, arrange on a shelf, brighten a dresser top, hang on a wall—there are so many possibilities for adding colorful “toppings” all over the house!

If you’re a lover of strips and scraps, you already know Kim Brackett—bestselling author of the “Scrap Basket” series of books:

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Now Brackett is back at it with Scrap-Basket Strips and Squares, her fifth book. We (and you!) just can’t get enough of Kim’s cheery, scrappy look—and this time there’s all-new quilts to create with Jelly Rolls, charm squares, and Layer Cakes. She always makes it look so easy: and when you sew with Kim, it IS!

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We’re counting down . . . only four more days until Kim’s new book is released. Click the box next to “Notify Me” at this link and we’ll send you an email reminder as soon as it’s available.

Meanwhile…where in your home will you show off your Tiny Table Topper? Share your ideas in the comments!

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18 Comments (leave a comment)

  • I would love to display this in my sunroom on my Victorian table which I have painted Jadeite green~!

    Marsha Ransom on February 26, 2016
  • Thank you for the cute table topper! I will enjoy using some scraps to create this fun project. My plans are to use it either on my dining table or on a wall in the entry hall.

    —Pam on February 26, 2016
  • I’m going to do mine in civil war prints and pin it to my wing back chair.

    —Kathe Howe on February 26, 2016
  • I change out the small seasonal quilts on my front door. Metal door. Magnetic quilt hangers work well! And, it can be enjoyed every day.

    —Ruth Sunday on February 26, 2016
  • This will be great on my end table…. can’t wait to make it.

    —Sharilyn on February 26, 2016
  • I will do it in reproduction prints and put it on my antique tredle sewing machine in my living room. It will be perfect there!

    —Patty on February 26, 2016
  • On my kitchen table!

    —Renee Welton on February 26, 2016
  • One on short chest of drawers in guest bedroom and the other on the back of an armchair in living room.

    —Sandy W. on February 26, 2016
  • This will be perfect for the end table in the family room. Thanks!

    —Donna on February 26, 2016
  • I would probably change the layout to a rectangle and make a placemat or 2 for my mom’s kitchen counter where she eats everyday.

    —Jeanne on February 26, 2016
  • On the Wall.. I have many, many spots that could use this quilt artwork..

    —Darrell on February 26, 2016
  • I love to display quilts on my front door and change them out frequently.

    —Linda Towers on February 26, 2016
  • I use small quilts for hot pads, especially at the MW to place a dish on it when I bring dish out of the MW.

    —Linda Christianson on February 27, 2016
  • Thank you, Kim Brackett!! What an adorable little quilt!!

    —Barbara McDonald on February 27, 2016
  • Fun Mini quilt!

    —Julie on February 28, 2016
  • I don’t seem to be able to download he free pattern even when I am signed in. But I would display it on the wall walking up the stairs. Nice and colorful.

    Hi Jacqueline,

    I’ve emailed you privately-hope we’ve solved the problem!

    ~Cornelia/Customer Service

    —Jacqueline on February 29, 2016
  • I have the perfect table in my family room for a small table topper like this. I can see it in different color combinations for each season and holidays! Since I have all four of Kim’s other books, I will be adding this to my collection also.

    —DunlapQuilter on February 29, 2016
  • Kim, I have your Scrap-Basket Sensations book and I just LOVE it.

    I have a question as to how many jelly rolls would it take to make the Scrap Basket Paddle Wheel? I need to use up all the jelly rolls I have before I buy anymore fabric.
    Please advise if you are able to do so.

    Hi Elaine, you’ll need a total of 48 Jelly Roll strips to make the Scrap-Basket Paddle Wheel quilt. Thanks for your question! –Jenny

    —Elaine on August 17, 2017

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