A "Snack Mat" is a bit smaller than a placemat, and a bit larger than a mug rug. It's a perfect size to hold your steaming cup of cider and a few spice cookies (or a very generous handful of fun-size candy bars). Or, top it with a small pumpkin and you have a dandy piece of side-table decor. This particular snack mat comes adorned with four adorable jack-o-lanterns, each with a hand-stamped face. This pattern will teach how how to carve your own simple stamps from an eraser, and then use these to make all sorts of pumpkin-y expressions. We're English paper piecing with octagons and small squares here - shapes which lend themselves nicely to your spookiest Halloween fabrics. If you've only done EPP with hexagons, then you'll love working with octagons and squares - the pattern walks you through the most efficient way to join them together. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Thread a needle Sew a straight machine seam SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 10" x 10"