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Pat Sloan’s Tantalizing Table Toppers Book Tour

My recreation of Pat Sloan's Tea Time Table Topper.

I’ve been invited by Pat Sloan to join her Tantalizing Table Toppers Book Tour! Pat Sloan’s Tantalizing Table Toppers Book is chock-full of table runners and toppers for every style and table. Pat has included 12 delightful designs to dress up your home!

In celebration of the book release, Pat has planned some fun book giveaways and I have one here for you, too! Read on to find out more.

The cover of Pat Sloan's Tantalizing Table Toppers Quilt Book.

I chose to make the Tea Time Table Topper!

Tea Time Table Topper

This tea-themed quilt was calling out to me. It’s beautiful and elegant, so it’s no wonder that it’s included on the cover! Although I love the light blues and pinks, I wanted to try making the Tea Time Table Topper in some different colors.

Here is Pat’s version:

Pat Sloan's full Tea Time Table Topper.

And here is mine:

My full tea time table topper.

For my table topper, I chose the collection called Stitched by Fig Tree for Moda Fabrics, and it has some sunny summer colors that I really love.

Stitched by Fig Tree for Moda Fabrics collection photo with quilted table topper.

I followed the pattern and used notes to label my fabrics to keep everything straight. Pat’s book is well-written and the pattern instructions are detailed with diagrams and beautiful photos. There’s even a special Apple Cake recipe with which to set the table. Yum!

Tantalizing Table Toppers gives instructions for traditional piecing, but I used some Triangles on a Roll Triangle Paper to make the half-square triangles on mine. They make it easy to get perfect triangles every time!

Close up of my Sweetwater quilt label on the Tea Time Table Topper.

Finally, I finished my Tea Time Table Topper with a Sweetwater label.

Pat Sloan’s Tantalizing Table Toppers Book has an amazing variety of table toppers for all seasons, and I can’t wait to try more! You can follow the author, Pat Sloan, on Instagram (@quilterpatsloan) to see more of the quilts. Don’t forget to check out Pat’s Blog for coverage of the Tantalizing Table Toppers Book Tour and visit all the stops on the tour!

Stops on the Tour

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May 26

May 27

May 28

May 31

Pat Sloan's Table Topper Quilt Book on top of Kimberly Jolly's Tea Time Table Topper recreation.

Tantalizing Table Toppers Giveaway – CLOSED

And now for the giveaway! Here’s your chance to win a copy of Pat Sloan’s Tantalizing Table Toppers!  To enter, leave a comment below telling me what collection you would use to make the Tea Time Table Topper or which of the designs in the book call to you.

  • Leave a comment on THIS post to enter
  • The giveaway ends on June 2, 2022 at 11:59 CST
  • One winner will be chosen at random on June 3, 2022
  • Open to all – both US and international (US residents will receive a printed copy of the book, E-book (PDF) for international)
  • I will notify the winner by email so be sure your email address is in your profile.

UPDATE: Congratulations to Susan Stanton! You’re our winner! Thank you to everyone for participating.

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  1. Your Tea Time table topper is beautiful! It amazes me how a change of fabric color can make a project look completely different. I love this pattern, and I would use the Nantucket collection, which I have ordered and am waiting on with excitement to say the least.

    1. Tea time that’s the one I picked too. And I just got the Stitched bundle. This book tour has been sew much fun.

      1. This might be my favorite so far! I generally don’t sew with collections, so I’ll probably make this one with a controlled scrappy pallette of autumn-themed fabrics.

          1. I like to make a tabletopper when I have good sized scraps left after making a quilt. I have a few options at the moment. Strawberries and Rhubarb, True Colors ( Tula Pink and Beautiful Day all come into this category.

        1. I love your tea time table runner and I also love Pat’s! Winter Bliss caught my eye and my heart.

        2. I’d love to make it in a red, white and blue theme. Can’t believe how much they change with the different fabrics you choose!

          1. This table topper tour has been so much fun. Kimberly, I like your choice of fabrics. Can’t wait to begin this project!

      2. Lovely idea!
        I would use a bright Bonnie and Camille collection for a pretty summer topper

      3. I definitely love your choice of fig tree fabrics and I would probably add to the length since my table is very long! So cute Kimberly!

      4. I love this table runner. It is so pretty. I was thinking it would be fun to make it using Tula Pink’s Curiouser and Curiouser fabric line. The tea cup print would make a fun Mad Hatter Tea party table runner.

    2. I love this table topper! Small projects are my jam. It’s so pretty in the Fig Tree fabric, but I love seeing projects is different fabrics, it’s fun and inspiring. Thank you for all you do.

    3. I would absolutely love to have this book. I have only made 2 table toppers and I really need to lay of quilts for awhile as they take to long to finish! Small projects are faster and great gifts .

    4. Love this book and can’t wait to make some new table toppers! I would use the Stitch fabric collection! So excited!

    5. I love stars and this pattern really strikes my fancy. I would use Kansas Troubles to make a different version- I like the homey warmth of those fabrics.

    6. What a great book to start Christmas present planning! But first to practice one for me… using Corey Yoders’ apricot and ash collection…peaceful and soothing with a cup of tea!

    7. Tea Time is a delightful summery addition to my overflowing drawer of tabletoppers, but it’s a fun one.

    8. They are all pretty. I’d use from my scraps as I have said I will and not buy more. Lol

    1. I think I would like to see this in one of the French General collections.

      1. I love your version of Tea Time. I think I would use Joy in the Journey bundle by Riley Blake Designs. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.

      2. I’m very excited to see this one. I am picturing it country and cozy in Kansas Troubles but also potentially made up using Nantucket Summer – can’t wait until that collection ships!

    2. Beautiful table runner! I would use the newest French General collection you showed earlier this week. Just love the colors and variety of prints!

      1. Love your table topper! I would use a Minick & Simpson fabric collection to make this table topper. Probably Belle Isle, as I have some of their older fabric collections and this would go together great.

  2. It amazes me the way different fabrics can change the look of a project. Just beautiful.

  3. All so beautiful. I just got my fat quarter bundle of Stitched and can’t wait to make something with it. Maybe this will be it if I win the book and if not I can always buy it. Love Love it and you and Pat Sloan.

    1. I love how your tablerunner looks totally different than Pat’s. Both a beautiful. I can’t wait to make on with some French General fabric I was gifted. It’s in beautiful reds to match my dining room. I can not pick a favorite out of this book because I want to make them all including the placemats.

    1. I would like to do this runner in holiday themed fabrics. Probably patriotic,

  4. You can never have too many table toppers! I love how you can use the same pattern and get such a different look by changing colors or even just the placement of lights and darks. Beautiful quilts!

  5. I would like to use cottage linen closet. I’m waiting on my fabric and I just need to get the book. I love all the patterns in the book.

  6. I love your choice of fabrics for Tea Time, Kimberly. I would use Promendade by 3 Sisters. There are so many beautiful fabrics to choose from, I think just about anything would be nice in this table topper pattern.

  7. Wonderful colors and patterns of quilting techniques displayed from different fabric designers. Great book to have to create different table toppers.

  8. I, too love the tea time table topper. I’m going to shop my stash to make this table topper (if I win) but I’m leaning towards a selection of Fid Tree fabrics.

  9. I love Pat’s Birdsong fabric and when I can get my hands on some, l will make my table topper from that collection

  10. I am planning on starting with the Breakfast Club table topper and will be pulling from my stash.

  11. Beautiful job. Pat did a fantastic job designing this book. I have loved seeing all the other professional quilter’s version.

  12. I think I would love to make the tea time table runner with Midnight in the Garden fabric. I think that would be very pretty.

  13. Your topper is beautiful and intrigued me so much, I would like to make the same one using the same fabric line. It would go great with my decor.

  14. Love this topper. Your fabric choice is soooo cute. Would love to win this book❤️

  15. The Stitched collection you used is wonderful! Red and aqua is my favorite pairing, so I can see myself copying yours. Thank you for sharing.

  16. I would use Lori Holt’s Cookbook fabric to make the Tea Time Table Topper. It is my favorite design from her book, Tantalizing Table Toppers.

  17. Love your runner, so pretty. I am in love with Robin Picken’s new tulip fabric and am trying to decide which project I want to make with it.

  18. Love your version of the Tea Time table topper. I must use my stash, so I would make the topper in Minick and Simpson or Fig Tree’s Catalina for a summer version.

  19. I love your tea time table topper! Right now I am loving the Fresh as a Daisy fabric line and that would be my choice! It’s colorful bright and happy!

  20. Tea Time table runner would be perfect for a Patriotic Collection. Yours is very pretty, Kimberly! Thanks for the opportunity to win the book! Pat Sloan is awesome!

  21. I love to make table runners for gifts! Fig Tree fabrics are some of my favorites!

  22. I love your table runner. The fabric is so bright and cheery and will be wonderful addition to your table.

  23. Your Table Topper is just beautiful, so bright and well-constructed. I feel so very fortunate to have followed you and Pat, both of you have taught me new ‘tricks’ to better sewing and quilting, and at 78 I thought I knew it all, lol! Thank you for all you do for family and others.

  24. Love your Tea Time runner! I’m making Tea Time with Sunshine & Dewdrops, but the project in her book that jumped out at me was the Flower Stand runner, which is what I’m working on now. I’m making it somewhat bigger and turning it into a bed runner for one of my guest rooms.

  25. My plan is to try the braided table topper. It and tea time are my favorite. Thanks for a great book Pat.

  26. “I LOVE what you’ve done with the place”! I can visualize how great this would look from fabrics in my stash- Back Porch by Me and My Sister for cooling off the hot sumner and American Gathering in the Fall. And also in Lori Holt’s Scrappy Happy – Actually this takes the pressure off for Christmas gifts! Yay!

  27. I would use fabric scraps from my stash. We have tea time every afternoon so this one is a great one to start with.

  28. I would use one of Lori Holt’s collections as that would make a cheerful table topper for my kitchen

  29. I love that tea time topper and there are too many great collections to try to choose just one ! Thanks for sharing!

  30. I would make the table topper with Lori Holt’s Stitch collection or scrappy. Table toppers are my go to gifts for friends and family.

  31. I think the tea time table topper is my favorite one. The book looks awesome

  32. I have some music fabric that i would like to try with the braided runner. I love Pats projects and that’s how i found you and Lori Holt. Love, love, love your store and videos! Thank yoy!

  33. I have always wanted to do a braid so I would do Main Street Perks in browns and teals.

  34. Love your bright summer colors I think that is my favorite table topper in the book

  35. I like both U Pick and Italian Cafe. I’m a scrap quilter and don’t often buy collections. I like to mix and match my own. Pulling fabric is the favorite part for me. I have an embarrassing number of WIPs and UFOs🤷‍♀️

  36. I am loving all the table toppers. I like the brighter colors in the topper you made.

  37. I would use Moon Garden for my daughter for the teatime pattern. She loves bright colors. I would us Milliam Morris fabrics for mine!

  38. This is my favourite design in the book and think it would be fantastic in either Tula Pink or Kaffe Fassett fabrics!

  39. The Tea Time table topper is my favorite. I really do like all of them in the book.

  40. I really liked the braid table runner she showed on today’s show. I would select a red, white and blue collection.

  41. I think this would be gorgeous in a mix of Balboa and Seashore Drive. A perfect summer runner!

  42. Love your fabric choice for this runner. Very summery. Pat’s book looks so interesting, so many choices.

  43. Your color combinations are very pretty. I would use Pat
    Sloan’s Morrison Park on my Tantalizing Table Topper.

  44. I love your Tea Time quilt. Such pretty colors. I would like to make the Mainstreet Perks to learn the braid pattern. I think I would use one of the French General fabric collections that has blues in it. So much fun learning to make table toppers.

  45. Your runner is beautiful! I think I would pick Cranberries & Cream… I love that beautiful fabric and a topper would let me sit and look at it.

  46. I am very drawn to Barefoot Roses Classics by Tanya Wheelan. Fussy cut the roses in the center of the Tea Time stars would be so pretty.
    I am very excited to spend time in my rose garden.

  47. Love your tea time table topper! Of course Fig tree fabrics have a special place in my heart! I would probably use some of them or maybe something I have been hoarding for awhile waiting for just the right project! ❤️

  48. I love your color choices. I have begun working on Flower Garden using the Flour Garden line by Lindsay Kull McCrae (Moda). Appropriate, eh?

  49. I would make the tea time table topper in either the Grace or Linen Closet collection. I just bought some charm squares to make a subduee wall hqnging for our bedroom with the Grace colledtion. I love these soft colors.

  50. I would use Pat Sloan’s Birdsong. It is fresh clean look that would look great in my kitchen.

  51. would love to make some of the runners!Your fabric choices are wonderful!

  52. I would do tea time also. I’ve been working on using scraps, so I would go that route to try and get the pile down some!!

  53. Both of the table runners are beautiful
    I think I would pick a Kansas because I love those types of colors
    I enjoy making table runners so I will be getting this book

  54. I was delighted to see that you, were part of the book tour. I love your table topper!

  55. This is gorgeous! This book is now on my want list :). I think I would use some thimbleblossoms…maybe dwell or maybe seashore drive by Sherrie and Chelsea ❤️

  56. Tula pinks Daydream collection for this table topper. But my favorite table topper is “Winter Bliss!”

  57. I would love to make this same table runner usingodas new line about to come out called too cute to spook for Halloween. I have a Halloween projects obsession!

  58. I love the tea time pattern I think I would make it in several color waves

  59. I love the fabrics you chose for the table runner. I really want to win this book.

  60. Table toppers are great for a quick change for the dining area. I think I would use a French General line for tea time

  61. Terrific color combo, i would also use the Stitched line from Fig Tree as Joanna’s fabrics are favorites of mine!

  62. I’d love to make the trellis one with Sunday Stroll by Bonnie and Camille. So cheerful.

  63. I lean more toward the Reproduction fabrics, so I would use some of Pam Buda’s (of Homespun Quilts) Old Blue Calicos for this table runner.

  64. I love your version of Tea Time and of course Pat Sloans new book! Thank you fun for sharing!

  65. I would love to see the Tea Time runner made with Kansas Troubles (my all time favorites)!

  66. I love this table topper in Stitched! I think I would make that first.

  67. I love stars of any kind! Both versions are wonderful. I can’t wait to make it.

  68. I purchased Pats book! Can’t wait to do the sew along and do a few table toppers. Thanks one and all for all the different choices. Decisions!!!!!

  69. I like the colors you used in your table topper. I would like to make it in the La Grande Soiree fabric line.

  70. I had to look at your selection of “collections” to see what I would like best — as my “stash” is just a jumble of fabric –I would use Dance in Paris – to remind my granddaughter of our trip to Paris!

  71. This would look great in the new collection coming from Camille – Dwell. And I’d love to use some of my Christmas stash to make a bed runner as well.

  72. I would use the Gnome fabric I have just ordered from you. Love the colors you chose to use in your place mats.

  73. I love both of your versions…beautiful! I am currently obsessed with Halloween fabric…so…I would like to try making mine with the Spellbound from Free Spirit by Maude Asbury.

  74. Love your Tea Time table runner. I would like to see this done in Flower Pot fabric.

  75. Your table topper looks wonderful. It’s getting harder to decide which one I’d like to make from this book.

  76. I love your topper. I have a love for scrappy quilts, so I’d make mine red, yellow, blue and white.

  77. I will also have to make the tea time runner and some apple cake to enjoy together

  78. I think Too Cute To Spook would make a great Halloween table topper. I love your fabric choices.

  79. I love the Tea Time Table Topper and would like to try it in the Kitty Corn fabric I picked up last fall.

  80. Boy, they look totally different. I love how fabric choices change the look of patterns!

  81. I love your version of Tea Time using the Stitched Collection by Fig Tree. I am not good at combining colors so the “collections” are just perfect for me. I can’t go wrong!

  82. Your version is gorgeous! I love the new Practical Magic collection by Laundry Basket Quilts. I think this table topper would be beautiful for fall in those fabrics.

  83. I love the fabric you chose. Can’t wait to male my first table runner/topper.

  84. I’m enjoying all the quilts being made from this book. Your table topper is very sunny!

  85. I would love to make the tea time table topper in Camille Roskelley’s Nantucket! Prefect color scheme for a Northern summer.

  86. I haven’t picked a table topper to make yet but I love robin Pickens fabric or Corey Yoder. Now to pick a pattern

  87. Your table topper is sow cute, the colors really do feel like summer!

  88. I love your choice of fabrics. The red is so perfect for this pattern.

  89. I would love to try my hand at making the Tea Time Table Topper with Beautiful Day by Corey Yoder. Thank you for chance to win!

  90. Beautiful! The ones in the book and the variations by each contributor are each so different but all are gorgeous!

  91. Hi Kimberly 🙂 I like “family gathering”. I think it would also make a sweet baby quilt.

  92. I love your choice of fabric for the table topper. It’s a beautiful pattern and this fabric looks great.

  93. Love the fig tree fabric and your label is so fun. Can’t wait to get my fabrics for the u pick table topper to make a baby quilt that I ordered from your shop.

  94. Enjoy seeing the same pattern in different fabrics. I would like to use Mary Ann’s Gift for teatime.

  95. I would make the Teatime pattern and probably choose a collection from Fig Tree.

  96. Love your rendition of the “ Tea Time” table topper Kimberly. Pat Sloans did such a fabulous job on her book of table toppers that it is hard to pick just one. I love them all. I don’t have a collection picked out yet as I need to settle on a design to make first!

  97. I love this table topper! I have a Morris Garden layer cake by Moda with yardage I think would look gorgeous with this pattern.

  98. The one on the cover has similar feel to the jelly roll sizzle I just made! So cute 🙂

  99. I love the Tea Time table topper and I might make it out of Basic Grey’s next line, Nutmeg.

  100. Planning to make the Game Night pattern. It will be perfect for my game board loving son and daughter-in-law.

  101. I would use the Love Notes collection to make the TeaTime Table Topper. I love any collection with roses and with pink.

  102. I love your table topper but I would do one in red, white, blue scrappy

  103. Your tea time colors are beautiful. What a wonderful collection of inspirational people you(fqs) surround yourself. It makes a wonderful place to explore

  104. I love to make table runners and toppers. Your Tea Time topper is so beautiful- I am inspired!

  105. Your table topper is gorgeous. I think I will use the same fabrics. I absolutely love that book. Several projects in it that I want to make.

  106. Love your table topper! Interesting to see the same quilt project done by different quilters.

  107. I love the Tea Time table topper! There are so many great fabric choices, but I think my top pick would be Christmas Morning.

  108. I really love the Tea Time as well! I mostly use my scraps for toppers-but the Nantucket Summer collection from Camille Roskelley would be super cute in this pattern

  109. Kimberly your fabric selection is gorgeous as usual, I’m looking forward to making that topper and will definitely be using your triangles on a roll!

  110. Oh wow! That is beautiful! I would actually also use stitched. It matches the colors in kitchen & dining room (red & aqua).

  111. I love the tea time tablerunner. That’s the one I would start with.

  112. It is Tea Time at my house everyday so this is perfect. Your fabric choices work beautifully. Thank you for all you do for others.

  113. Beautiful! Label makes it extra special. Enjoyed the visit on the Tour. Thanks for the inspiration.

  114. Wow. Your color choice is amazing. I would also like to make the Flower stand and Life is a picnic table topper.

  115. I love the reds your table topper is so bright and colorful. Will definitely try that one!

  116. Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful Pat Sloan table topper quilt patterns book!

  117. Love both your and Pat’s version of the Tea Time topper, so many patterns in this book that I would love to make.

  118. Love the topper design and the fabric choice! The reds really pops! This topper would be my choice to make as well.

  119. Your Tea time topper is beautiful, I would probably pick Promise me collection by Pat Sloan. I love roses and vibrant colors . Would love to win Pat’s book.

  120. I love the tea time table topper. It really is an eye catching design. This design looks amazing in the fabric “stitched” that you used Kimberly but I would like to try using Lori Holts cookbook fabric since I will be using this in my kitchen table. 🙂 Happy Quilting Y’all!!!

  121. Love your version of the Tea Time table topper, If I don’t win a book I will definitely be buying one.

  122. Love the colors you chose for this pattern. It is remarkable how the fabric selection can change the look of the table topper! Well done!

  123. The French Bistro calls to me. I would probably use scraps to make it.

  124. Beautiful and bright your version of the Tea Time Table Topper. I might go a different way, have a stack of “Electric Elements” by Tim Holtz. It might be an interesting neutrals table topper.

  125. I prefer to curate a collection with mixture of some fabrics from my stash and some newly purchased. That being said, I’ve got my eye on Lella Boutique’s Flower Pot at the moment.

  126. I can’t imagine how hard it was to choose whuch Table Topper ti do. They are alk so lovely. Thank you for sharing.

  127. What a bright pop of color! Love to see how fabrics change the look of a project! Excited for this book full of beautiful projects that are quick and fun.

  128. Beautiful, Kimberly! I love the Moda collections and Lori Holt! I would like to use Lori’s Stitch Collection! Thank you for sharing your BEAUTIFUL table topper! Looking forward to getting a copy of Pat Sloan’s book too!

  129. I love your version of Tea Time. U-Pick is the pattern I want to make from this new Pat Sloan book.

  130. I would absolutely make the Tea Time Table Topper with Nantucket Summer by Camille Roskelley (Moda Fabrics). I saw this fabric on Fat Quarter FB page. I love it!

  131. I love all types of fabric and designs. Also love Fat Quarter Shop and Pat Sloan. Thank you Kimberly.

  132. I truly believe Decorum fabric line would make a beautiful Tea Time topper.

  133. I love your Tea Time runner. I’d use something like Kansas Troubles Bittersweet Lane.

  134. You always do such great projects and this is one of my favorites in the book. Thanks

  135. Beautiful work as always! I am a self taught quilter and have been quilting for years. This last year or two, as I prepare for retirement, I have really embraced this wonderful craft. I have learned so much from your blog and videos. Thank you for that. 55 days until I can fully immerse myself into my sewing room and the piles of fabric and projects I have waiting for me!

  136. I am so excited to make some of the patterns in this new book. Your color choices are so summery -love them.

  137. I love the fabrics you chose to do your runner in. I think I would love to do it in batiks which are my favorite fabrics.

  138. Love your cheerful colors on the table runner-now I’m thinking of one with red/white/and blue(those stars) for gifts as well.

  139. Beautiful as always. I have learned so very much from watching you and the tutorials you do. I have not yet done a table topper but would love to.

  140. I started watching you on you tube awhile ago. You are very inspiring and motivating. Pat’s book is a must have. So many projects I want to do from there. Keep up the good work. QUILT ON

  141. I can’t wait to make Tea Time! Would look great with patriotic fabrics or 30’s- maybe even Kansas Troubles!

  142. My favorite project from Pat’s new book would be the Flower Pot runner for each season: winter, spring, summer and fall in seasonal colors. Adding additional ‘flower pots’ could use as bed runners!

  143. I love your version – I like Pat’s version as well. Each tea time calls for something different depending on the day and the company. I would like to try the Love Note collection for this one

  144. I love Pat’s Bird Song collection. The blues would look beautiful in my Kitchen.

  145. I would use a William Morris Christmas jelly roll to make the herringbone table runner (pictured in red/ white/ blue), or maybe go further back for a Moo Cow Kitchen jelly roll. Pat’s videos are always so warm and happy, it’s like visiting with a friend every morning!

    1. I love the fabrics you chose for the Tea Time table topper. I’m currently in love with the Moonstone collection, so I’d probably give that a try!

  146. So beautiful. I have my eye on the Little Women collection by Riley Blake.

  147. I love stars so the Tea Time runner is one of my favorites from the book. I love several of the lines from your recent fabric sneak peek so I would would love to one of those with this (and other) patterns.

  148. I love this version. I really need to pull some fabric and make one for summer!

  149. The summery colors that you used on your Tea Time runner are great! I am really loving the Flower Stand pattern in the book. I see a whole quilt of blossoms in my future!

  150. I have only ever made 1 table topper & it was a gift. I like the Tea Time pattern but would probably use fabrics from my stash.

  151. Don’t tell Pat, but I like your version better. I love table runners. You can’t have enough.

  152. There are so many wonderful table toppers in this book. I love your use of Stitched fabric. I’ve been eyeing this collection and couldn’t decide what I would make with it. The reds would be perfect for my kitchen. You may have inspired me to make this one first.

  153. Beautiful! I would make mine using Strawberries and Rhubarb by Fig Tree for Moda. Love the colors!

  154. Hi, I’d make Tea Time star blocks into a bright runner! So attractive! Thanks for sharing!

  155. Love the pattern in the book with chains made in purple – don’t know the name of it. Your version is sweet!

  156. My order for Pat’s Birdsong will come soon and I can’t wait to try one of the toppers. May use some of the solids she recommended in her video today. Thanks for all you do for children of the world.

  157. All of your creations are always just gorgeous…. The colors and fabrics you use are always “ spot on”!! Thank you for the chance to win Pat’s wonderful book!

  158. First of all, I love your shop!! You have wonderful videos & awesome customer service. I love your Tea Time Runner. The fabric collection you chose is so pretty. I am always amazed at all you continue to do & get done. Thank you all you do!!💖

  159. Tea Time is really pretty. I’ve been doing a lot of stars lately – no idea why!

  160. The TeaTime runner is my favorite of all the projects in Pat’s new book! I’d use Corey Yoder’s Beautiful Day bundle to make it. A lovely scrappy runner would be fun too!

  161. Love to win a copy of Pat’s new book. My tabletop loves to get ‘spruced up’

  162. Great to see the two of you partner up! Can’t wait to make this one using my Sophie scraps.

  163. Your table runner is beautiful! It is so fun to see different materials with the same pattern. Thanks for sharing.

  164. Love the fabric you chose. Thank you for the videos and tutorials you share.

  165. Your table topper is beautiful. I would love to make this pattern in red, white and blue for our patio table.

  166. Wonderful book – I would make Tea Time Table Topper with On the Wind, by Jill Finley!

  167. I am not sure which collection I will use, but definitely want to make this topper. I love the little stars.

  168. I truly love seeing this table topper in a different line of fabric. I always wonder how projects will look in other materials. It is a beautiful topper.

  169. Great colors for the table topper. Everyone’s interpretation of the table toppers has been exceptional.

  170. Your Tea Time runner is beautiful! Makes me want to make it!Love watching your videos, Kimberly.

  171. I’d love to make a table topper with Christmas fabrics for the holidays. I really like the star pattern you chose!

  172. Tea time table topper is beautiful with the Stitched fabric collection. Pat’s books are always amazing.

  173. i would use a selection of reds, aquas, and low volumes from bonnie ans camille.

  174. I would definitely use the Penelope fabric line. It’s full of sweet-peas. My favorite flower. Pat did a wonderful job on this table topper and I love your rendition as well.

  175. I will never grow tired of seeing projects in different fabrics. I love both versions of this table runner.

  176. Pink is one of your favorite colors, however, not one of mine. So I pleased to see you broaden your pallet. Your table runner looks amazing.

  177. Love you Tea Time table runner. I think that my first project from the book would be Breakfast Club. Still deciding what fabric I want to use.

  178. I would use Pat’s new line “Bird Song”, which I have already ordered from you. I also would love to try the braided table runner pattern.

  179. The world would love to win this book. The book looks amazing. Thank you.

  180. I think I would use 3 Sisters “Sister Bay”, right now I need some serene colors in my life.

  181. I love that you used Stitched as your fabric, it’s beautiful! I love Tea Time also, and I’d for sure make it using Judy’s Bloom by Eleanor Burns for Benartex Fabric! I can’t get enough of those beautiful florals and colors!

  182. I would love to make the Flower Stand from Pat’s new book and I would up fabric from my stash. Your table topper is just beautiful and I love the Fat Quarter Shop. I was introduced to you through watching Pat’s videos. Thank you for working with Pat on her book tour.

  183. I would love to have a copy of this book, I make lots of charity quilts thru my guild, the book would help make them faster. Thanks

  184. What’s not to love about Pat Sloan, her table toppers, the fat quarter shop and Kimberly? I’d love to have a copy of the book. Thanks for all you do for the quilting world.

  185. I love Corey Yoder fabrics it’s so beautiful but now I want red white and blue patriot quilts.

  186. I would use Rendezvous by 3 Sisters. I love their collections. They are so soft in tone and romantic. Just waiting for that collection to ship. Pat Sloan has done it again with her book. She has so many different patterns and the photos are excellent.

  187. Quite lovely! These Table toppers look like they’d be so much fun to make and give as gifts!

  188. I like the stitched fabric by fig tree. I think I will use it when I make my table topper. My table likes table toppers better than table runners.

  189. Would love to do it in any of the Fig Tree Fabrics. I love their soft colors. Thanks

  190. I love Pat’s new book. I like the fabric that Gina used – Bird Song. Pat Sloan’s new line.

  191. I have tons of Kansas Troubles fabrics so any of her table runners and tops would work for me. Love how different fabrics look on all the patterns. Thanks for all you do Kimberly & FQS! 🤩🕺🏼💃🏽

  192. The Tea Time table topper is one of my favorite patterns from the book! I think it would look great with so many lines it is hard to choose! I really liked seeing it with the Stitched fabric!

  193. I’m hoping to be able to make Game Night out of my stash. It really calls to me.

  194. Your table topper is beautiful in Figtree’s Stitched collection. I like the pic where you laid out the fabrics across the topper. It really shows off the fabrics. I probably would use Corey Yoder’s Spring Brook collection.

  195. I love the tea time pattern. I would use some of my precious Tula Pink stash. Pat’s new book is awesome.

  196. I think I’d like to make one in the Shine On collection (by Bonnie and Camille) that I’ve been hoarding.

  197. Great choice of fabrics for your Tea Time table runner. There are several I look forward to making. The first project from Pat’s book that I would like to make is Italian Cafe. Thanks for sharing.

  198. What a beautiful book! And amazingly ,I have been planning a tea party in celebration of the Queen’s Jubilee and then to make table toppers as my signature Christmas gift this year! This looks like the best book for me!!

  199. I love this table topper, but I think I would use a collection from CoreyYoder. I love her fabric designs

  200. Hooray for triangle papers! I love all the small stars in this topper & your fabric really shines. It says “Tea Time” to me.

  201. Your take on the Tea Time Table Topper is lovely. Pat has so many cute projects in this book.

  202. I love table toppers … and this one lends itself to many sizes, from placemats to loooong table runner … or with added borders to make it wider, a bed runner!

  203. Hello , I am amazed at how beautiful the quilts are . I have just started following Pat and found your shop . All the fabric is so beautiful . I am hoping to win the book so I can make all the projects . Thank you

  204. Kimberly, I love your tea time table runner and Fig Tree fabric choice(a favorite of mine). My favorite toppers are Tea Time, Italian Cafe and Life’s a picnic. I can’t wait to get a copy of the book and get started on these lovely table runners.
    Thank you for sharing.

  205. Oh my goodness your Tea Time table runner is beautiful. The baptist fan quilting and the choice of fabrics are perfect. Thanks for sharing, Now I need the book!

  206. You did a wonderful job with your colors and fabrics in your table topper.

  207. I think I’ll do the Tea Time in a patriotic bundle I have. Your table runner is darling!

  208. Your table runner is beautiful, love the colours I’d like to make everythng in the book…………patterns are beautiful. My book came 2 days ago.

  209. Tantalizing Table Toppers looks like a fun book! I love your version of Tea Time Table Topper as I love red! Thanks for sharing your color way!

  210. I would love to use the Flower Pot by Lella Boutique. I think that is the name. Beautiful runner.

  211. Really like the bright border in your tea time runner. I look forward to checking out Pat’s book.

  212. I’m already planning what fabrics to use for Tea Time. The reds are calling me – so beautiful. Thank you!

  213. Love the fabric you used for your table topper. Can’t decide which project wil be the first one.

  214. My favorite pattern is the one you did… but i think they are all my favs

  215. It’s been sew much fun to see the variety of projects created from Pat’s new book. Thanks for all of your efforts.

  216. Kimberly, Your table topper is beautiful! I love Pat’s book and the tour is fantastic! If I were to make Tea Time I would use Tea with Bea fabrics that I have in my stash. Thank you for giving away one of Pat’s new books!

  217. I am somewhat new to quilting, have discovered that I will never have to much of anything, will always need something else, nothing is every perfect and will never learn everything there is to know about quilting. I have been so inspired by all of the different projects that are shared and amazed how color choices can change the beauty of everyone’s projects. I love seeing and reading through all of the different websites and post or replies. Belonging to the quilter community is like belonging to an extended family, no matter where you are in the world or what time zone you are in, you are never alone as a quilter, someone is always there to support you for whatever you may need. So, THANK YOU, to all of the Pat Sloan, MSQ, Fat Quarter, Kimberly Jolly, RBD, Moda, Thread Graffiti, Lori Holt, Scrappy Quilters and many many more leaders that inspire, create and push our boundaries with all their beautiful works of art.

  218. I would love a Pat Solar Table Topper book. I enjoy her FB group and have several friends that have joined for some feel good quilting videos

  219. When I make this table runner, I will be making it in a patriotic pallet. I think the stars lend itself to that real well. Yours is nice and bright and summery and I loved Pat’s softer design as well! Thank you for the opportunity to win her book, and for all of the things you do for quilters worldwide!!!

  220. This book looks amazing with plenty of options. There are multiple patterns that appeal to me, but one that really calls to me is the Main Street Perks which I would love to do in Forest Glen Batiks by Lunn Studios.
    Thanks for the displays.

  221. There are so many cute table runners in this book I don’t know where to start. I do really like the bright colors used in the Game Night topper.

  222. Your Tea Time version is so happy; makes me just want to sit down and look at those beautiful stars. Your choice for this runner is perfect for summer. Thanks, Kimberly!

  223. I really like the colors you used for the Tea Time table runner. A very nice pattern.

  224. To make the Tea Time Table Topper, I would use some red, white, and blue scraps and make a patriot themed table topper.

  225. Love your door chime. This book has so many great patterns and ideas! Pat is so good at making patterns easy to understand. look forward to anything she makes.

  226. I use a table runner every day. Would love this book. I would use Spring Brooke by Cory Yoder.

  227. I have some Belle Isle fabric that would look wonderful in the Tea Time runner, but I would also like to see it in The Sea and Me for a beach house vibe. This is one of my favorite patterns in the book.

  228. I really would love to win this book. It looks like so much fun to be able to make all the different toppers and runners. I would like to be able to make one for each holiday

  229. Wow …red red everything red! I love it Kimberley. My favorite is the Flower Shop or Flower Garden. I forgot what it is called !

  230. I love the Tea Time table runner. I have a ton of blue scraps that would be perfect for this project.

  231. I’d love to use Wishwell Spangled collection to make a table topper in patriotic themes.

  232. Love the Tea Time table runner. I would use Sister Bay or La Vie Boheme to make mine.

  233. A whole bunch of gorgeous table toppers… we are so blessed by having fabulous designers that keep on crest and sharing with us.

  234. I’d like to do the one Fat Quarter Shop did or the Italian Cafe. I have some Christmas Morning Fabric left over that I think would be good for either one of them.

  235. Enjoy the bolder colors that you used in your topper. You are always so organized, and appreciate the tips for numbering the pieces as you cut the pattern, as well as using triangle rolls. Thanks you!

  236. I have never made a table topper, but I think the time to make one is now. Her book looks amazing and I love the fabrics you chose.

  237. I love seeing everyone’s table toppers. They are all so beautiful. This has also introduced me to some new blogs to folow!

  238. The game night pattern is calling to me, but not sure which collecton I would use. Soooo many great collections out there and so little time LOL Partial to Fig Tree, Corey Yoder and also like French General to just name few 🙂

  239. Loved your table topper. Love the colors and the different fabrics. See you on your blog

  240. I love the TEATIME table topper and will make it first…..oh and I really love the fabric Pat used for hers.

  241. I really like your red border! The Tea Time table runner is one of my favorites in the book, also.

  242. Red, red, everything red, as Pat would say. Love the colorway you’ve chosen for this table runner.

  243. Both your and Pat’s Tea Time table runers are beautiful. I can’t decide what fabric I will use, but I know this is one of the pieces in the book I’d like to do. For some reason it’s telling me “summertime.”

  244. It is wonderful seeing two different versions of the Tea Time table topper! Love them both! Looking forward to making several from the book!

  245. Table toppers are my favorite and these are beautiful! I look forward to enjoying Pat’s new book.

  246. I love the Tea Time table topper. For summer, I think it would look great with Strawberries and Rhubarb by Fig Tree or American Dream by Dani Mogstad.

  247. I think the American Dream plaid fabrics would be really cute in the tea time table topper. I like the farm vintage look!

  248. I love Pat’s books. Instructions & pictures are clear and they are beginner friendly. I’d love to make a Christmas table runner with the ‘I Believe in Angels’ collection

  249. I probably wouldn’t use a collection but rather I would shop my stash. There are so many fun choices in Pat’s new book, I am not sure which to make first.

  250. I like Pat’s calming fabic selected that is in the pink/blue/lights category. Tea Time is so fresh for spring/summer. I like Winter Bliss.

  251. The runner you chose looks the most challenging to me, but I love it. Using red, white and blue fabric comes to my mind to make it in… I am just finishing a paper pieced pineapple runner for a wedding present for a Hawaiian based military friend. This runner would be one for their first anniversary!

  252. I Love making table toppers… They easy to be able to complete the whole project where I’m able to do the quilting as well on my home sewing machine! Nothing fancy, although they always turn out beautifully.

  253. I really like the Tea Topper tablerunner I think Renew or Winter Wonder would be good fabric lines…

  254. ⁰I am glad you chose the Tea Time table topper. I lean more towards bright colors. I will have to try triangles on a roll.

  255. Live in Zimbabwe. Limited access to quilt fabric. I would use my stash of bright colours. Loving everyone’s versions of Pat’s quilts.

    1. Teatime using Moda’s Holly Woods so it could be used for patriotic or Christmas!

  256. I would use Pat’s Birdsong collection to make the Italian Cafe table runner.

  257. Love the softness of your version of Tea Time. Will use from my stash to make Italian Cafe.

  258. I would make the Tea Topper tablerunner with one of the Christmas collection. It would be so pretty!

  259. I would love to make a table topper with the new Sweetfire Road when it comes out.

  260. Flower Garden is my favorite in this book. I’d go to my stash and see what would work. Would love this book!

  261. Have been enjoying making table runners lately. Gives much a feeling of accomplishment in a short time…when one has been working on larger projects! Look forward to seeing this book!

  262. I love making table toppers. Quick for a gift, and easy to decorate my home. I would love to win a copy of this book. Thanks for the chance.

  263. Kimberly your tea time runner is so beautiful, thank you for sharing it with us!! I would LOVE to do this runner in the new Fig Tree Cinnamon & Cream line that I saw you preview … I am dying to get my hands on that line! Thank you again for sharing and being a part of this tour, it has been so fun to see everyone’s version of Pats creations!

  264. I would make the Tea Time table runner with a collection from Lela Boutique. I seem to love EVERYTHING she does.

  265. I would use Stitched by Fig Tree after seeing yours. I was debating on ordering some. That helped my desician!

  266. I want to make Game Board. I would probably use a collection that has chickens in it!

  267. This tea time also calls me. I love how just changing colors a bit changes the vibe. Not sure what fabric I’d use as I’m sure this pattern would work no matter what you use

  268. I love The Fat Quarter Shop and Pat’s new book! Will be making table topper for myself and as gifts!

  269. I like your fabric choices, so beautiful! I love stars and this would be so nice in fall colors.

  270. I love your fabric choices. It pops out and says make me. The book is awesome and I will be making several table toppers from it. Now I wonder which ones will it be. Choices, choices …..

  271. Your blogs and website make everything so tempting. I want to make it all!

  272. I would love to make a couple of table toppers. I’d love to try one in Lori Holts plaids. It would be cute.

  273. I love the fabric you used. But I have wanted to do something in some Lori Holt fabric, so I think I would try that.

  274. I believe I would use Cinnamon & Cream Fat Quarter Bundle by
    Fig Tree Quilts for Moda Fabrics. Though it’s a toss up as to if I’d use for Tea Time or Italian Cafe. Pat’s patterns are always so easy to follow!

  275. Love Pat’s tea time table topper for spring and summer. I really like Stitched by Fig Tree by Moda for Christmas, I think? They both are beautiful!

  276. I want to make ALL of the patterns, but I would make the “Summer Fun” first as I love applique, birds, and friendship stars and what a wonderful combination of all three. I would use fabric from my stash to make it. Then I’d move on to make the other patterns. Sure like the bright colors you chose for yours.

  277. Love her books and quilt channel. I’m thinking of a patriotic vibe. Or bright yellow with green for the lemony summer theme

  278. I love your version of Tea Time.
    Thank you for all of your amazing contributions to the quilting community! You are so appreciated❣️

  279. Like you, I’m drawn to the tea time pattern. I think I’ll check out the Fat Quarter Shop and maybe find a fabric bundle that I like!

  280. I recently subscribed to your YouTube channel and I am loving everything that you do! I’m learning so much watching you piece and sew. The fabric lines coming this fall had me drooling! Thank you for all that you do!

  281. Love your table runner and choice of fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity to win Pat Sloan’s new book.

  282. I absolutely love table toppers because they don’t take a year to make and it’s nice to be able to change them out for the holidays or whatever special is going on in one’s life. Yep, looks like I need this book!

  283. Hi there. I would use the Tea with Bea collection!! Love all the versions!

  284. Yes, Please, to Pat Sloan and her table toppers! I loved the colors chosen by Kimberly too!

  285. I love your colors, I cannot believe the pop of red made it look so summery, I think I might have to copy you!!! Love the quilting that Gina did too, Thanks

  286. So many choices in Pat’s new book! Can’t decide which one to,ale first.

  287. I also like the tea time pattern and would make using spring scraps in pink, yellow, green, and lavender.

  288. Beautiful fabrics as always. I love the Fat Quarter Shop. Thank you for all your inspiration!

  289. I like Italian cafe table runner. For myself the colors shown are perfect. For a friend blue and white would be my choice.

  290. Love your table runner! I would like to make the Game night pattern and placemats to match. Thank you for the giveaway offer!

  291. I love the Tea Time table topper as well. Think that will be the 1st one I make too! The fabric you chose is perfect Kimberly!!

  292. I really like the Game Night table topper! But all the toppers are beautiful!

  293. Hi! I wpuld probably use the tea-time pattern but might make it a coffee themed runner. Love yours!

  294. Hi Kimberly! I really love your version of Tea Time. The small star blocks are so elegant. I love the table runner, but I can also picture making it larger and using it as a picnic blanket-maybe even in patriotic colors. I really love the Life’s a Picnic pattern in the book as well.

  295. The Tea-Time pattern would be amazing with Bonheur de Jour Fat Quarter Bundle | French General for Moda Fabrics
    Bonheur de Jour Fat Quarter Bundle
    French General for Moda Fabrics

  296. I love the patterns in this book. I would like to make a scappy red, white, and blue for the Foourth of July from the Tea time pattern.

  297. Love your topper Kimberley!
    My first choice would be Italian Cafe, closely followed by Tea Time. All the toppers look like fun, oh so tantalising!
    Thanks for sharing.

  298. I like the rail fence table runner on the cover, or the braid looking one. I like to use up my scraps for my table runners.

  299. Italian Cafe and Tea Time are my top favorites, BUT I really do love all of them. Love your Tea Time fabric choice!

  300. All the patterns are great! I don’t know the name of the table topper with the big flowers, but I just love the brightness of it. I can see several versions for different seasons.

  301. If I do not win a book I do plan to purchase one for me and two for friends. We could use them to do a weekend sewing together. I would start with the placemats in 30s fabric. Thanks for the opportunity to win a book.

  302. I love the tea time table topper. I don’t know which fabrics I would
    Use so I think I need to go online to the Fat Quarter Shop and find something fun to use!!

  303. I would use a Tula Pink collection for the table topper. Have the collection stored away but it is time to break it out😊😊

  304. I can’t wait to start one of the table toppers in this book! I love yours!

  305. We are looking forward to making the sampler with Pat’s sew along this summer. We have her “How To Make My First Quilt “ book and really like the format.

  306. I like the tea time topper and the color of the fabric. It is nice to make a small project occasionally.

  307. What a great book to make SEW so many great table toppers. Thanks for sharing your inspiration.

  308. Tea Time was my favorite from the start. I love what you did with Fig Tree fabrics. I’m going to make it in patriotics, probably starting with my Belle Isle stash.

  309. I’m a scrappy quilter so would never use a fabric line or bundle. I just
    go to my stash and start imagining what I’d like best to go together.

    The vibrant colors used in Flower Stand in the book are a real knockout. I think that is the pattern I would choose to make a
    real statement on my table this summer. m m mullins

  310. I really like the colors you used. It looks like summer. Not sure what colors I would use for the table runner.

  311. I love table toppers and yours is very cute! I would have to make a few in Christmas fabrics. 🙂 Winter Bliss would be first.

  312. I would love to make the Tea Time table runner with a collection that has Fiestaware colors. That may take some searching. Lol

  313. I would use Riley Blake’s Coffee Chalk line to make the tea time table runner.

  314. I would like to make the Tea Time Table Topper using fabrics I have from the Starflower Christmas line by Create Joy Project. I think that would be great for gift giving this Christmas.

  315. Your fabric is beautiful! So summery! It’s such a fun pattern that will brighten up any table! I’m excited to try to make several of the table toppers!

  316. I chose the tea time table topper as my favorite from Pat’s latest book! And I will be using shades of blue (leftover from a previous quilt project) to make this charming table runner.

  317. Can’t thank you enough Pat Sloan for all you do for quilters.
    Love your patterns and books

  318. Red, red, everything red! I am surprised Pat did not make it!! Love your teatime runner Kimberly. Of course I don’t think there is anything you create I don’t love!!

  319. Love your teatime table runner using the Fig Tree fabric. I want to start working on some smaller projects and table toppers would be perfect.

  320. The Tea Time pattern caught my eye when I first saw the cover of Pat’s new book. I would make one from the Bonheur De Jour by French General fabric line and I think it would look amazing!

  321. I really liked the collection you used for your version. I like table toppers as a quickly completed project.

  322. Oh, your colors are lovely!!! I have a set of fat quarters that I think will look great with this pattern…”Beneath the Western Sky”

  323. I would make the braided table runner in Sherri and Chelsi’s new fabric “Emma”. This looks like a very fun book!

  324. Your version came out so pretty, Kimberly. The first project I’ll make from Pat’s book is the big square Breakfast Club. The fabrics will be from my stash because I’m really trying to get some of it used up so I can enjoy new fabric without guilt.

  325. I love star patterns and I see a few in Pat’s new book that I’m going to have to do.

  326. To make tea time, I would use Flirt so I would have a Valentines day topper. I also love the Stitched that you made it in.

  327. I’m in Love with you Tea Time table topper! It’s Beautiful 😍 I have Stitched fabric so I may just have to copy yours😊

  328. There are so many nice projects in Pat’s new book! I would like to make as many as possible!!
    Thank the Fat Quarter Shop for all your charity work!

  329. I would probably use a Christmas line of fabric since the holidays are right around the corner.

  330. I would love to make 1 of the quilts from this book. I have some fabric on hand from Laundry Basket quilts that would be gorgeous.
    Thank you

  331. Hmmmm, 12 beautiful projects. I think I can make one a month for a whole year and not have to decide on just one.

  332. I love your version of this topper. I also love anything FQS! Keep up the great work!

  333. When I saw your runner on Gina’s blog I hadn’t realized it was Fig Tree (too busy looking at the way she quilted it!). Since I’ve been stashing lots of older Fig Tree lines for projects, I’d use that too and just go with a slightly different color combination. Throughout the tour, no matter what fabrics have been used, the toppers all look good!

  334. I love Promenade by 3Sisters for Moda. I think it would be beautiful in the same table topper Kimberly made.

  335. Absolutely love your choice of fabric. Would enjoy making this table topper in several different collections. Love all your videos and projects. Thank you for all your energy and kindness.

  336. So far, Tea Time is my favorite table topper! I think it would be so cute in Lori Holt’s new line of fabric, Prairie!

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  337. Stitched by Fig Tree would be beautiful in the Tea Time Table. I hope I win the book! smiles.

  338. I like the Tea Time topper also. I have been wanting to try Lella Boutique’s Flower Pot fabric. This would be perfect!

  339. The U-Pick It pattern would be great in Pat’s new Bird Song collection. Hard to select just one pattern to try!

  340. I like the collection you used. I would like to use Life’s a Picnic pattern.
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