Quilted Table Centers
by long meadow farms
Just the right size to show off a centerpiece,
floral arrangement or the main course!
Use on top of a tablecloth or all by itself,
reversible Table Centers can spruce up any size table
with a splash of color!!
Each Table Center is crafted in a miniature Double Wedding Ring pattern,
using the "seamless arc" version, complete with added points at the
intersections of the rings along the outside. This classic design gives each
Table Center an elegant touch. When the miniature Double Wedding Ring
Table Center is set as a square, the dimensions across both top to bottom
and side to side are approximately 16 inches. When the miniature
Double Wedding Ring Table Center is set on point as a diamond, the top to
bottom and side to side furthest point is approximately 19 inches.
Their unique design gives you FOUR options for use...
pieced side up in a diamond set on point, pieced side up as a square,
backing side up in a diamond set on point, or backing side up as a square!
Table Centers Can be used on a small table or on top of a tablecloth to add
that dash of color!!! Each miniature Double Wedding Ring Table Center
is lined with pure cotton batting, making it worry free to hold
the main course on a table, or to keep an ice cold centerpiece display
from getting the tabletop wet from dripping.
Each Double Wedding Ring Table Center is quality crafted in Newport, Vermont USA!
Simply click on a picture below to see further details of each that is currently available
and options for purchasing our lovely table centers!
The following are already sold, but we keep records of them
so that if any particular color combinations are requested, just give us a call and
we will see what we can match up for you!
Some of the Table Centers also have matching Coaster sets available!
If our table centers are not quite big enough for what you are looking for,
check out our Table Runner page too!
Table Centers that are currently available are at our retail store,
and online at HandmadeCatalog through the link below:
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Last Updated July 20, 2011