Yesterday I completed this project that had been in the sewing room for several months. The table topper uses Pellon quilter's fusible grid. The pattern titled, A Few Pointers, is from Crooked Nickel Quilt Designs.
I decided to make this because the local quilt shop had just purchased the pattern and I liked it. Quilter's grid has 1 inch squares that are set diagonally. The table topper is made by cutting 5" squares and then ironing them to the grid. Then the sashing strips and borders are ironed to the grid. The topper is sewn by folding the grid and sewing a 1/4" seam. Very easy to make a quilt or a topper.
I quilted the topper with stitch in the ditch and then digitizing a rose design for the squares. Lots of fun and so easy.