Free Placemat Patterns - 55 designs!
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55 of the best free Placemat Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
Note: An asterisk (*) next to a project indicates that it's a PDF file.
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Mug Rug
Sew 4 Home
4th of July Placemat
Craft & Fabric Links
Easy Placemat
Craft & Fabric Links
Chalkboard
Placemat
Little Birdie Secrets
Four Colors
Placemat
Husqvarna Viking
Star Placemats*
Cranston Village
Quilted Placemats
Sew 4 Home
Meander Placemat
Husqvarna Viking
Bistro Placemats
Sew 4 Home
Carrot Placemats
Daisymae Bell
Dog Bone Placemat
Sewing.org
Asian Fan Placemat
Sewing.org
Reversible Quilted
Placemat
Whipstitch Fabrics
Pocketed Placemat
Lil Fish Studios
Placemat
Creative Kismet
Starburst Placemat
Craft & Fabric Links
Patchwork Placemat
Twin Mommy Productions
Chalk/Oil Cloth
Placemat
Smashed Peas & Carrots
Striped Placemat
Craft & Fabric Links
Simple Placemat
Monkey See Monkey Do

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*Patterns marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a PDF file.
Sew festive and colorful placemats with this collection of over fifty free placemat patterns & tutorials gathered from
all over the web.

A set of pretty placemats can be a great way to dress up a table, either as an alternative to, or in addition to a
lovely tablecloth. And making a placemat (and you can sew up just one placemat without feeling the need to make an
entire set) can be a great way to use up those smaller pieces of fabric you may have leftover from other projects.
And if you're new to quilting, one of the quilted designs can be a great way to try quilting without needing to commit
to sewing an entire quilt.

And just a reminder that if you want to be able to launder your finished placemats (they're bound to be the recipient
of a bit of spilled food here and there), to preshrink your fabric first so that your placemat will retain its shape after
washing (especially if your fabric is 100% cotton or a cotton blend). And if you’ll be making your placemats from
several different fabrics (like the reversible or patchwork designs) and you want to be able to launder the placemats,
you may want to test each of your fabrics first for colorfastness.
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Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: To sew straight topstitching, try placing a length of tape on your
fabric to guide your
stitching instead of following the seam guide on your sewing machine (just be careful not to sew
though the tape).

Tip #2: If you need to make many marks on your fabric using tailor’s tacks, try using a different
color thread for each symbol to avoid confusion. One color for dots, another for lines, etc.
Woven Ribbon
Placemat
Joann.com
New! - 11/10/13
Cookies for Santa
Placemat
Joann.com
New! - 11/10/13
Holiday Placemat &
Napkin Ring
Joann.com
New! - 11/10/13
Shades Placemat
Clothworks
New! - 11/10/13
Tuscany Quilted
Placemats
Joann.com
New! - 12/7/13
Placemats
Joann.com
New! - 12/7/13
Poinsettia Placemat
Joann.com
New! - 12/7/13
Birds of Province
Placemat
Joann.com
New! - 12/7/13
Circle Placemat
Joann.com
New! - 12/7/13
Placemats
Handmade by Alissa
New! - 1/6/14
Burlap Placemat
Joann.com
New! - 1/6/14
Shibori Dyed Place
Settings
Joann.com
New! - 1/6/14
Batik Placemat
Joann.com
New! - 1/6/14
Patriotic Pocket
Placemats
Joann.com
New! - 1/6/14
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