Easter Egg Placemats

Time required: 5 hours

Set your table in seasonal style with these sweet Easter egg placemats. The perfect things to add a springtime touch to all your family gatherings; you’ll love making these easy, decorative table accessories.

Materials and supplies

  • 1 metre each of 4 different solid pastel cotton
    fabrics
    • 1 metre each of 4 different patterned pastel cotton
    fabrics
    • 1 metre of warm white cotton fabric
    • 1 metre of batting (a thin placement batting with
    one side adhesive is ideal)
    • Coordinating thread
    • Brother ScanNCut
    • ScanNCut 12” x 24” Standard Mat
    • Brother Sewing & Embroidery machine
    • 3 pieces of paper, each 12” x 18” or 12” x 24”
    (you can buy large-format paper at an
    art supplies store)
    • Cutting mat
    • Measuring tape
    • Pins
    • Beam compass with pencil attachment (optional)
    • Marker
    • Iron

Instructions

For step by step instructions, download the PDF.

Download PDF Project
Carolyn Blanche
About Carolyn Blanche
Since early childhood, Carolyn L. Blanche-Hay has been in the company of sewing enthusiasts. At home, her mom and older sisters loved to sew; at school, Carolyn’s skills flourished in her home economics classes; and in her life today, she has endless opportunities to develop and share her passion and knowledge for designing, creating and sewing. A self-described dreamer, Carolyn is thrilled to bring her talents to others to help them realize that they can create anything they put their minds to. Take a look at her inspiring projects.

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