Sweet Embroidery Makes These Mats So Special

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The interesting shape of these sweet table mats immediately caught our attention. Then the beautifully embroidered centers drew us in and we soon realized how special they are.





Each of the four mats is embroidered with a phrase from the child’s grace, “Thank You for the World so Sweet”. Together they are simply delightful.

Thank You for the World So Sweet Mats Pattern

If embroidery isn’t your thing, play with the center and create your own special mat. Place a beautiful fussy cut motif there or a piece of a vintage embroidered linen. Or, choose a pretty applique design.

Thank You for the World So Sweet Mats Pattern

A vintage linen superimposed over the center via Photoshop.

Whether you make one mat or a set, the colors you choose and what you feature in the center will determine the personality. Go soft and sweet, vivid and bold or something in between.

Thank You for the World So Sweet Mats Pattern

Or, enjoy recreating the pattern as it was designed by Val Laird. In the end you’ll have a wonderful set to display just about anywhere (we can also imagine them in frames).

The mats are 11″ across.

Click here to purchase the “Thank You for the World So Sweet” mats pattern.

 

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