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|Author||Maggie Elizabeth Designs|
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This pattern contains 4 exciting designs that will accessorize your kitchen with some fresh and new useful items. Designs included: Quilted Pocket Place mat, Dinner Napkin, Quilted Java Mug Rug, and Quilted Potholder. These finished products make wonderful gifts for friends and family that admire handmade gifts...not to mention yourself! This is a LEVEL 5 pattern.
Our LEVEL 5 patterns are for the advanced seamstress who can conquer any project that she puts her mind to!
If you are a first-time quilter, using this pattern will teach you basic quilting skills such as:
Piecing Basic Squares for Patchwork
Binding (invisible stitch method)
Binding (machine stitched method)
...and most importantly ... patience. =)
This PDF pattern does not include pattern pieces to tape together like others. Since it is a basic pattern with quilting techniques we have just included the instructions with full color diagrams for easy understanding. It explains all the measurements of the pattern pieces needed to be cut out.
SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:
PLACEMAT 20" x 15"
POTHOLDER 7" x 7"
MUG RUG 6" x 9"
NAPKIN 17" x 17"
Copyright 2011 (c) by Maggie Elizabeth, Inc. This pattern is for home use only. It may not be reproduced in any form for commercial purposes without the written permission from the designer. All rights reserved. Thank you and God bless!
FOR POTHOLDER: 1/4 yard of fabric (100% cotton) OR 1 Fat Quarter; 1/8 yard of fabric (for the binding); 1/4 yard of InsulBright batting; 1/4 yard of regular batting
FOR MUG RUG: 1/4 yard of fabric; 1/8 yard of fabric (for the binding); 1/4 yard of batting
FOR NAPKIN: 1/2 yard of fabric (100% cotton lawn, muslin, or other light and airy fabric)
FOR 2 PLACE MATS: 1 yard of fabric (100% cotton) plus enough scraps for (20) 5 1/2" squares of fabric; 1 yard of batting
. . . and of course matching threads!
*If you are already doing a lot of sewing or quilting, this is a great way to use up many of your fabric scraps from previous projects.