Reading 1820 Blogs Daily!


  • placemats
  • Page 1 of 1 ( posts )
January 30, 2020
Bigger and Better Quilted Placemats from Samelia's Mum

A couple of days ago, I mentioned some these placemats that I'd been working on. Well, they're all now bound (with my favourite black and white stripe fabric which I purchased at Spotlight a few years ago) finished and all ready to use at dinnertime starting tonight.



CONTINUED (Keep Reading) »

read more
January 22, 2020
Blue Moon {Winter Blues Blog Hop} from Little Bunny Quilts

Today I am participating in the Winter Blues blog hop hosted by Carla at Creatin' in the Sticks...


...and I am sharing a scrappy project for my Island Batik Ambassador project for January!

As an Island Batik Ambassador, I am provided with samples of various lines of Island Batik fabrics, Aurifil thread, Accuquilt products, and Hobbs Batting to use and share with you!


For my project, I decided to play with the scraps I had left over from the Starburst wall hanging I made for my August Island Batik Ambassador project. I had a quite a few of the 2 ...

read more
January 16, 2020
Stitching Up A Storm from From the Strawberry Patch...

Scrappy Shining Stars 65" X 83" Remember all those piles of scraps that I have cut? Well, they're being used. I am holding fast to my guiding word for the year: VISION. I have a goal of making up stacks of scrap quilts in 2020 using what is right under my nose. Here's my first idea. This one will utilize 3.5" squares  in  9" 9-patches combining with 4-patches (2" UF squares for a 3" finished

read more
Stitching Up A Storm from From the Strawberry Patch...

Scrappy Shining Stars 65" X 83" Remember all those piles of scraps that I have cut? Well, they're being used. I am holding fast to my guiding word for the year: VISION. I have a goal of making up stacks of scrap quilts in 2020 using what is right under my nose. Here's my first idea. This one will utilize 3.5" squares  in  9" 9-patches combining with 4-patches (2" UF squares for a 3" finished

read more
January 8, 2020
Sewing Projects for a Full Heart (and Bobbin)! from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

When someone is covered in a cozy, warm quilt, they are reminded that someone sat at a sewing machine for hours, carefully piecing and stitching, with them in mind. A handmade table runner sitting on the family dining table shows a loving home to all who feast there. To be gifted a wall hanging is a reminder that they are loved by its maker.

Valentine’s day is one of the best holidays to make for because it’s about love and we LOVE to make! Here are some sweet as pie project ideas:

Tender Hearts Quilt Project Tutorial

Tender Hearts

Image – Tender Hearts Wall ...

read more
December 31, 2019
December UFO & WIP Link Up from The Crafty Quilter

It’s the last day of the month and of 2019! The December UFO & WIP Link Up is way overdue – but it’s here (I had technical difficulties while in Texas). So, I’ve extended the end date to January 7, 2020. For more information about the 2019 UFO & WIP Challenge, go here.

The prize package for December includes a Nifty Needles assortment pack by Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet, two mini charm packs of Walkabout by Sherri & Chelsi for Moda Fabrics, Pineapple Quilt Block Foundation Paper by Fat Quarter Shop, an Add-A-Quarter PLUS ruler, and my latest ...

read more
December 8, 2019
Christmas at Throwback Thursday from Quilting & Learning

Welcome to the last Throwback Thursday of 2019! We've had some wonderful linkups and walks down memory lane.

read more
November 26, 2019
Easy Placemat Tutorials {Inspiration} from Little Bunny Quilts

I am in full Thanksgiving prep mode -- and also working every day other than Thanksgiving this week -- so today I am doing a round up post of some of my favorite tutorials about placemats that are free! These are all quick and easy projects that you could potentially squeeze in before your Thanksgiving dinner if you're feeling ambitious.


Jet Setter Placemats: These placemats were made with yardage and precuts, but the small squares could easily be cut from scraps!


Bunny Patch Placemats: These are my favorite to use at home! These were made from 10" squares but could easily ...

read more
November 19, 2019
Placemats and Poilane Sour Dough Bread from Georgia Girl Quilter

Everyone needs and uses placemats. And if you have the time, it’s easy to make your own and a great way to use up fabric scraps and small pieces of batting if you're quilting the placemats.

Just think of all the different colors and designs that can be incorporated in making your own unique placemats that go with your very own color scheme and personal decor. No more being content with the colors and designs offered by the big box stores, allowing some unknown buyer to determine your decor.

Here are some placemats I’ve made over the ...

read more
October 21, 2019
Autumn Jubilee Sewing Project – Placemats from From My Carolina Home

Time for another sewing project, as Autumn Jubilee continues.  October is just slipping away too quickly!!  As promised, today I’ll show you the tutorial for the placemats from yesterday’s tablescape.  These are quick and easy to sew using chain piecing methods.  The finished size is 12-1/2 x 18-1/2 inches.

Autumn Jubilee Placemats at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

Bernie’s bundle will have some half yard pieces, and some fat quarters, and will be enough to do six placemats with this pattern.  You’ll need eighteen 5-3/4-inch print squares (six of each of the three colors) and seventy-two 3-3/8-inch white background squares.  The ...

read more
October 14, 2019
Quilt Blocks to Placemats from From the Strawberry Patch...

It's a short jump from quilt blocks to placemats; and much more user-friendly than having quilt blocks stack up in the stash closet! I chose the tiny gray dot background for this years' BOM classes at my LQS; we're using Studio 180 tools this time: Wing Clipper, V-Block and Corner Beam; I love the sessions and the techniques but quickly realized that I can only make SO MANY quilts! Our son and

read more
Quilt Blocks to Placemats from From the Strawberry Patch...

It's a short jump from quilt blocks to placemats; and much more user-friendly than having quilt blocks stack up in the stash closet! I chose the tiny gray dot background for this years' BOM classes at my LQS; we're using Studio 180 tools this time: Wing Clipper, V-Block and Corner Beam; I love the sessions and the techniques but quickly realized that I can only make SO MANY quilts! Our son and

read more
  • placemats
  • Page 1 of 1 ( 12 posts )