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Placemats and Napkins


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I designed these placemats as an anniversary gift for my parents and added the hearts as a message of love. Scrap projects are my favourites, not only because of how they look, but because they make such great use of our leftover pieces of fabric. They are fun to make and don't take long, so we can have placemats for all seasons, just by choosing the appropriate colours. I've included patterns for holly, 2 leaves, and a pumpkin, as well as the heart. These can be used for autumn themes, Thanksgiving, and Halloween. If you have scraps with images on them, they can be fussy cut and fused in place for added themes. I am sorry, but we cannot sell to Europe nor any other countries involved with the EU VAT. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Stitching 1/4 inch seams; everyday sewing skills. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Placemats are approximately 13 x 19 inches -Finished Napkins are 16 inch squares

Recommended with this pattern

  • Backing Fabric: 4 fat quarters or 3/4 yard; Assorted Scrap Strips; Batting: Either 13 x 19 inch pieces of cotton flannel or cotton batting, or Insul Bright or other insulating batting; 1/2 yard of fabric for binding for 4 rectangular placemats; three 18" squares of fabric for bias binding for oval placemats; 16 1/2 inch squares of fabric for napkins; fabric scraps for appliques
  • Matching or contrasting threads for appliques; various colours for appliques (included in the pattern are the following appliques - holly for Christmas placemats, a pumpkin for Thanksgiving/Halloween, 2 kinds of autumn leaves, a heart)

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Maria Michaels Designs
Maria Michaels Designs
As a child, I watched my Mom sew and my grandmother make crochet chains. Then, in 7th and 8th grade, I took what were then called Home Economics classes, and learned more about sewing and knitting. Afterwards, I continued learning on my own, mostly through books, and later TV programs, and online. In 2001, I became a quilt and web designer, and a quilt teacher. I am a co-founder and past Editor-in-Chief of The Quilt Pattern Magazine , and owner of the Quilts for Sale website, where I provide a venue for quilters to sell their quilted items . I sell my quilt patterns here on Craftsy's pages.