Set a Festive Autumn Table with Leaf Placemats

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Matching Coasters Can be Used Throughout Your Home!

Fabric maple leaves in two sizes are perfect for placemats and coasters. The coaster size can also be used for mug rugs, or add a layer or two of Insul-Bright batting for pot holders and trivets.

Make each one a different fall color or make them all the same. Low-contrast prints allow the leaf shapes to shine. Small prints will be charming as well.

Maple Leaf Placemats & Coasters

Maple Leaf Placemats & Coasters

The following video by Jen from Shabby Fabrics shows how they’re made. The veins of the leaves are sewn with glitter thread. Jen offers many great tips for using it successfully.


You’ll also need the cutting template, which is available below.

Click here for the free “Maple Leaf Placemats & Coasters” pattern.

If the video doesn’t play on your device, or if you want to learn more about any of the items mentioned in the video, click here to go to YouTube.


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