Bradley and Judy Niemeyer have designed the foundation blocks for the Lincoln Log Table Topper, an easy and quick project for learning basic steps to foundation paper piecing and curved piecing. This fun project uses a technique in which part of the pieced block units are cut away after the paper piecing is completed, and replaced with a secondary design element known as the circling geese units. The pattern is fat quarter friendly, using a combination of four light and four dark fabrics. With a pattern size of 31"x31" with border and 24"x24" without border, this project is a great way to teach foundation paper piecing and curved piecing. The pattern includes detailed instructions, a cover sheet, yardage information, and foundation papers to assist in making this stunning table topper.