Bon Appetit Placemat

from Domestic Strata

Bon Appetit Placemat Pattern

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Quilting: Bon Appetit Placemat
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Table Accessory

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing skills and familiarity with sewing machine.

Pattern Description:

Add some color to your lunchtime experience. These cheerful placemats will make any meal feel more alive. They are perfect to whip up as a quick gift.

This listing is for an INSTANT DOWNLOAD PDF FILE.

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The 12 page pattern is written with the beginner in mind! Instructions take you through the entire process including complete finishing instructions! Instructions are written to make two or four placemats at one time.

Have you been drooling over quilts but aren't sure if you are ready to make one yet? These placemats are perfect to get your quilting feet wet. These are also perfect for practicing your machine quilting skills.

So bring some fun to your next meal with these quick placemats.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 14" x 20"

You Will Also Need:

  • Basting Spray
  • General Quilting Supplies (sewing machine, see-thru ruler, rotary cutter, ect...)

About Designer

About Designer

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I grew up sewing on the banks of the Manatee river in Florida. I always have one to many projects in the works and will drop everything if I can't get a anew idea out of my head! I took up quilting while living in Wyoming and became so obsessed I made my WY man move to Nebraska so I could get my Masters in Quilt History from UNL and work at The International Quilt Study Center and Museum. We are ...

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