Nothing scary about this spider web table topper. All I see is an absolutely gorgeous table topper that would add a huge complement to your Halloween decor. For this one, you will need either a mat with a 45-degree curve or a Quick Curve ruler, for creating the curved “web” part on the front of the table topper.
Materials needed include 168 squares that measure 2-1/2 inches each, 2 yards of black fabric for the backing and the web on the front of the table topper, and a 40-inch square of batting.
The tutorial provides step-by-step pictures for you to follow for piecing rows of squares together, cutting the pieced rows into the needed triangles, cutting and adding the web part to the front, and the remainder of the project through to completion.
Soft N Crafty is the recommended batting to use for this project, rather than just any old cotton batting, as Soft N Crafty holds a shape well without being too stiff.
Image and pattern source: scrappatches.blogspot.com