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Patchwork Napkins PDF

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Patchwork Napkins PDF
Patchwork Napkins PDF
Patchwork Napkins PDF
Patchwork Napkins PDF
Patchwork Napkins PDF

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic piecing

Pattern Description:

Make beautiful handmade napkins for your table with this fun pattern for Patchwork Napkins. Using a few scraps, linen, and quilting cotton, these napkins sew up quickly. With four different choices for the accent patchwork blocks on the front, you can make endless unique napkin sets for use in your home or to give as gifts. Go green & make it pretty all at once!

The 10-page PDF pattern gives you fabric requirements, step-by-step instructions and diagrams for 2 different napkin sizes.

Finished Sizes: Everyday Napkin 14" x 14"
Formal Napkin 18" x 18"

Fabric Requirements to make 2:
Everyday - 1/2 yard for front,
1/2 yard for back,
scraps to make (2) 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" blocks

Formal - 5/8 yard for front,
5/8 yard for back,
scraps to make (2) 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" blocks

Skill Level: Intermediate

Please do not copy or share any part of this pattern.

Feel free to sell products made with this pattern, but do not mass produce. Please list designer attribution on products.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Everyday Napkins (14" x 14")
  • Formal Napkins (18" x 18")

Materials:

  • Everyday Napkins - 1/2 yd front; 1/2 back; assorted scraps for 4 1/2" block
  • Formal Napkins - 5/8 yd front; 5/8 yd back; assorted scraps for 4 1/2" block
  • coordinating thread


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A first generation quilter and stay-at-home mom who thinks this is the perfect outlet for the artist and engineer in her. Creativity within precision and measurement!

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