This Tablemat Offers Endless Possibilities

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Make This Little Quilt as Simple or Complex as You Want!

This easy octagon table mat offers so many possibilities. Simply vary the colors and how you treat the center for endless variations of this charming little quilt.





Make it up in fabrics for a particular season, to match your decor or just because. It’s super easy to make and will make a wonderful gift, too.

The Centerpiece Tablemat Pattern

The large space in the center can be whatever you want it to be. Solid fabric puts the emphasis on the pieced strips around the outside and will frame a vase or other centerpieces.

Or, showcase a gorgeous fabric, fussy cut a fun motif, or consider adding applique. You can even put a Dresden Plate or hexagon flower in the center. There’s so much you can do with this pattern!

Centerpiece Tablemat Pattern

Tablemat by Taunja Kelvington from Carried Away Quilting.

The Centerpiece Tablemat Pattern

The Centerpiece Tablemat Pattern

The Centerpiece Tablemat Pattern

Photo from Sweet Treasures.

The Centerpiece Tablemat Pattern

Quilt by Margaret Ferguson.

The Centerpiece Tablemat Pattern

The Centerpiece Tablemat PatternThe Centerpiece Tablemat Pattern

Found on Sweet Treasures.

The finished mat is 21″ from tip to tip.

Click here to purchase the “Centerpiece Tablemat” pattern.

 

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