Dress Up a Table with Charming Dresden Mats

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Choose Between 3 Sizes!

Dress your table for a cozy tea party or add a touch of elegance to your dining table with these charming hexagon mats. The smallest size works nicely as coasters while the largest are pretty placemats. The middle size makes lovely trivets or candle mats.

Choose a beautiful combination of prints in your favorite colors. Or select prints for any season. In addition to the examples shown here, we’d love to see them in Christmas prints and in patriotic colors for the summer.

Dresden Placemat Pattern

Low-volume backgrounds add interest to the designs. You can also fussy cut the centers to feature favorite motifs.

Dresden Placemat Pattern

Dresden Placemat Pattern

Dresden Placemat Pattern

Excellent instructions ensure that you’ll achieve great results. Use your favorite applique method to apply the round centers and the Dresden Plates to the backgrounds.

Designer Lisa Cox from A Spoonful of Suger has provided instructions for the following sizes:

  • Small – Each side measures 3 ½”. Mat measures 7″ at the widest point.
  • Medium – Each side measures 5″. Mat measures 10″ at the widest point.
  • Large – Each side measures 6 ½ inches. Mat measures 13″ at the widest point.

Click here to purchase the “Dresden Placemat” pattern.


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