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Thread: Christmas Placemats

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    Senior Member EmbQuilt's Avatar
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    Christmas Placemats

    Made 3 styles - 2 of each kind






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    They are all very nice. I like the fabrics you chose. I wanted to make a few for my mother, may borrow your pattern.
    Donna

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    Georgeous!
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    All 3 are great!

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    Very festive!!

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    I can do those!!

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    They were my first time using my omnigrid ruler that has a cutting line after the 45 degree angle mark so that you cut the corner off your back (which is 2" wider than the front all around). If anyone needs more help, let me know.

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    Love them all.

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    Somehow, I deleted that poor guy from my photo bucket acct

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