Turn A Swoon Block Into A Table Topper

Use A Swoon Block For A Delighful Table Topper

The Swoon block comes from the pattern called Swoon. Each block finishes at 24″, so it’s a really large square that can be used in many ways. Use the block to make the center of a medallion quilt, a wall hanging or a table topper.

Start with a 24″ quilt block. To make the swoon block take a look at the pattern here.

Here is an overview of the supplies you’ll need:

  • 24″ quilt block
  • 1/4 yard (or fat quarter) fabric for the side triangles
  • 3/4 yard fabric for the backing
  • 1/4 yard fabric for the binding

Then you’ll be cutting (2) 9 1/4″ squares for the side triangles. Cut each square in half diagonally to make four side triangles.

This table topper is quite unique with it’s mixture of a swoon block and the base added simply using four triangles. The fabric is so complimentary. A quick easy Saturday afternoon project. This table topper was given as a gift and went straight onto the table where it was secretly made for!

Start by making the swoon block.

how to make a swoon block


Then add the triangles as shown.

swoon block made into a table topper

Quilt and bind… very nice.

table topper swoon block

Made a lovely gift for a very special Mom.

swoon block table topper quilted


Purchase the Swoon Pattern Here from Amazon.

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