Freshen Up Your Table with Round Placemats

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A Wonderful Way to Showcase Beautiful Fabrics!

Give your table a new look in just a few hours with these quick and easy round patchwork placemats. With a plate in the center they take on the look of a charger, but still have room for silverware on either side.

Select four compatible fabrics to piece together for the top and a fifth for the back. Once completed they are fully reversible.

Round Patchwork Placemats

The placemats are finished with piping, but you can do a standard binding or even turn them if you prefer to do so. They are quilted with straight line quilting, making them very easy to finish up.

Designed by Alicia Thommas , the place mats are 16″ across once completed.

Click here for the free “Round Patchwork Placemats with Straight Line Quilting” tutorial.

You’ll also need the patterns found here and here.



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