7 FREE Quilted Placemat Patterns You’ll Love

7 Free Quilted Placemat Patterns

A quick quilted project, placemats are fun to make and also come in handy when you need a handmade gift. These free quilted placemat patterns include both patchwork and appliqué designs, and they cater to a variety of styles from traditional to modern. Check out these quilted placemats we love!

All Seasons Placemats

photo via Samelias Mum

1. All Seasons Placemats

These pretty floral placemats use simple appliqué and an easy self-binding technique to sew up a place setting that can be used all year long. Change up the fabrics and colors for to give the free quilted placemat pattern a totally different spin.

String of Diamonds PlacematsPhoto via Canuck Quilter Designs

2. String of Diamonds

Large and medium-scale prints work nicely on this patchwork placemat pattern. Why not work on a set of placemat for next fall, or change the colors entirely? Better yet, you can make a set of quilted placemats for every season!

All In A Row Quilted Placemats_2

Photo via Samelias Mum

3. All In A Row

Simple strips of patchwork and a solid background bring a color of your choice to the forefront, with supporting neutrals. Just grab some leftover batting from another quilt project, and you’ll be done with these 12″ x 15″ quilted placemats in no time.

Circles Squared
Photo via Angela Bowman

4. Circles Squared

Quilted simply with flannel fabric and a special technique based on cathedral windows blocks, this pattern can be used to sew a table runner, coasters or placemats. So versatile and reversible, these placemats can be made in any size in many colors to match your decor.

Cheat at Curves
Photo via Sew Today, Clean Tomorrow

5. I Cheat at Curves

It’s okay to cheat every once in a while! This flowing, curved piecing design features bright colors and is fun to sew. At 17″ x 12 1/2″, these placemats would look great on your kitchen table, and they double as a sweet quilted housewarming gift.

Thirty Two Carat Paper Piecing PatternPhoto via Jess Toye Quilts

6. Thirty-Two Carat

Don’t these placemats look like you could see them in a modern art museum? Practice your paper piecing with this pretty, graphic pattern that’s a nice setting for dinner plates.

Placemats with a DifferencePhoto via Jess Toye Quilts

7. Placemats With a Difference

Considering that these quilted placemats are 16″ x 14″, you can experiment with a lot of patchwork in a small area. They also make an excellent practice project for free-motion quilting, so don’t be shy with the swirls!

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