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Thread: Looking Placemat pattern

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    Super Member brushandthimble's Avatar
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    I am looking for a placemat pattern that is made from 4FQ, sort of sliced and shuffled. I have seen them made with fruit or veggie fabrics.
    Can anyone direct me to where I can purchase or find the pattern?
    thanks
    ann

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    I have one for 8 fabrics ? Couldn't you just stack the fabrics, cut them the way you wanted .. 1st pile leave alone, 2nd pile take top fabric to bottom, and so on

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    is this what you are looking for to buy the pattern uses 4 fat quarters


    http://www.prairiepointjunction.com/...ns.htm#baskets

    another link

    http://www.prairiepointjunction.com/...ns.htm#baskets

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    if that is the pattern that you are looking for, it is on sale for $1.98 here:
    http://www.clotilde.com/detail.html?...acemat+pattern

    i just bought it today!

    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    is this what you are looking for to buy the pattern uses 4 fat quarters


    http://www.prairiepointjunction.com/...ns.htm#baskets

    another link

    http://www.prairiepointjunction.com/...ns.htm#baskets

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    Super Member brushandthimble's Avatar
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    Thank you for the links.
    Sharonb, I am thinking I may try to do it myself.
    The pattern is four large pieces, one each of the four FQ.

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