Monday, January 30, 2012

Placemats

I sewed some placemats...





Some for breakfast...



Some for lunch...


But none for dinner! 


By the way, if you are interested in sewing your own placemats, it's really easy!  Check out this tutorial.  If you decide to sew some, let me know.  I'd love to see them!

19 comments:

  1. These are wonderful! I am going to pop over to look at the tutorial! Thank you for sharing,
    Kathy

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  2. I'll be over with my plate and fork!! (wine glass too)
    xo Jeanen.

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  3. see, I can't even spell my own name!!!

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  4. That chicken fabric is adorable! I'll check out the tutorial. You can never have too many placemats.

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  5. These are adorable...I love the fabric, especially the chickens. Now, just what are you going to do for dinner!

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  6. I am completely smitten with the chicken fabric. It's fabulous!! Lovely placements, Heather.

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  7. How fun???
    Love the fabrics...wish I could say I'll sew....but...
    for me??? I shop and hope to find something cute.

    Beautifully done:-)

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  8. Those are beautiful! Surely you will make some for dinner soon! ;)

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  9. Those chickens would make me smile while I ate my breakfast. I wish I had the time to learn to sew! Lovely fabric!
    Cindy

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  10. I see you have no kitchen updates yet...Ahhh! May be soon? Hee, hee, hee...Anyway, your placemats turned out great. Love the fabric you picked for both sets.

    Hugs and Kisses,
    ♥Ana

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  11. You did a beautiful job with the placemats. Very cute!

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  12. Those are so darn colorful and cute! It has to be super easy cause when it comes to sewing I have no patience! You did a lovely job of course I remember that bed ruffle you made so you gotta have some skills girl! Traci

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  13. I had actually been thinking of making some. And napkins. I don't have a single cloth napkin in my house! And as much as I sew, that's just silly. Thanks for the info. I'll check it out.

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  14. These are prettier compare to those pricey ones at store!

    Thanks for sharing!

    xoxo
    Myric

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  15. Heather,
    your place mats are adorable! The chicken ones are to cute! I'm not a sewer so I will just have to admire yours! Looks like your kitchen is coming along wonderfully, can't wait to see the finished room!
    Rebecca

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  16. You are so talented. I love them.

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  17. Hi Heather! Thanks for stopping by! It was great to hear from you! These placemats are darling! I will check out the tutorial! And I did a little catching up here and just realized for the first time that I have been following your mother's blog too...without realizing she was your mother! I must say I'm not surprised though...you are both so creative, classy and beautiful! I enjoy both your blogs so much! It's fun to now know the connection!
    Take care! Have a wonderful weekend!
    Best Wishes and Blessings,
    Amanda

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  18. Those eggs look like eggs from a pastured raised chicken. Are they? You know what tastes really good. Cheese omelettes.

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