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Thread: Placemats & napkins

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    Super Member judy363905's Avatar
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    Placemats & napkins

    Finished the last set of Christmas Placemats for this year and mailed off this morning.

    Judy in Phx, AZ
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    oh they look lovely..

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    They are great! Love the square shape too!
    I just want to spend the rest of my life laughing.

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    I love the design!! Is it an original design?

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    Pretty! They look great on the table.

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    Wonderful placemats and napkins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenmoreGal2 View Post
    I love the design!! Is it an original design?
    Not really I cut the 4 centers 8-1/2 " X 10-1/2" center (that was all the red & gold fabric I had) and 2-1/2 strips. Which I sewed down to the warm & white batting. Then did a straight line quilting in the center after binding was finished. The mitered binding is folded over from backing fabric, first trim backing fabric 3" wider and longer than finished top. Folded first to edge of mat, then folder over and press, Mark line across corner and sew stopping at the first first fold - trim 1/4" re-fold and stitch in place to complete. Approx size 12-1/2" X 14-1/2" finished

    Judy in Phx, AZ

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    They make your table look so festive. Good job.

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    What great gifts. Pretty and practical.

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    How nice they are.

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    very pretty, clean crisp lines
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    really nice

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