I fell in love with this pattern back in 2012 when we had a Miz Mozellesewalong! I’ve made this dress a few times since, and I know I’ll be making more in the future! The pattern is easy and super quick to put together, great for beginners or whenever you want a new dress fast!
Napkins: half a yard of a 45″ wide fabric will make 2 napkins. Half a yard of 56″ wide fabric will make 4 napkins.
Placemats: A half yard of 45″ wide fabric will make one. Half yard of 56″ wide fabric will make two. It’s fun to get a co-coordinating fabric for back so you can change up the look of your table from time to time.
Cut your fabric in 15″X15″ squares. Place two squares right sides together and pin around the edges. Sew around using a .5″ seam allowance but along one side leave a 2″ gap un-sewn.
Clip your corners as shown in the picture. Then turn your napkin right side out and use a pointy tool to push the corners out. Press with Iron.
Now you can choose how to finish your napkin off. You can hand sew the opening shut but I think it would be more fun to use a decorative stitch on your machine and sew around the napkin.
Cut your fabric into a 14″ x 18″ rectangle. Put two rectangles together with WRONG sides together. Do some fun decorative stitches. Maybe so some quilting or embroidery. Then finish your edges with bias tape.
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Here’s is another oldie following the Holiday gift ideas theme we are trying to have. You can never have too much inspiration right?
This felted bag tutorial would be a great way to show off your knitting skills and it’s so functional! I wouldn’t blame you though if you had a bit of a selfish moment and just made it for yourself instead
Enjoy! and make sure to check out our yarn section!