Play with Color and Strip Width to Make Them Your Own!
If you’re new to quilting or just looking for a quick project, you’ll love these easy place mats. They’re constructed using the Quilt-as-You-Go method, making them super easy and fast.
Beautiful batiks were used in the example however just about any fabric style will work. The simple striped design was created using a combination of 2 1/2″ and 1 3/4″ strips.
This is a great project for leftover strips of any width. Play with goodies in your stash to create your own pleasing design. Any color theme will be wonderful.
Annie’s Soft and Stable Stabilizer was used for the batting, giving the place mats thickness and stability without being too bulky. You’ll find packs of four perfectly sized 13-1/2″ by 18-1/2″ sheets here.
The finished place mats, designed by Connie Kresin Campbell from Freemotion by the River, are about 13 1/2″ x 18 1/2″.
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