Fill in the Blanks Placemats pattern

Grey and blue fill in the blanks placemats with title.

Make these easy placemats for yourself or as a gift. The versatile pattern is easy to customize to match any decor.

The pattern offers six different designs. Three large (14″ x 18″) and three small (10″ x 14″)

Single Chain

The single chain option is made with just two different fabrics. It looks great with solids, prints or a combination.

single chain fill in the blanks placemat both large and small in blue print fabric.

Accent fabric

Show off that special fabric you’ve been saving with the accent fabric variation. It is great for seasonal or holiday decor.

two accent fabric fill in the blanks placemats in blue and grey.

Twisted Chain

The twisted chain variation has a two-colour chain that twists around the placemat.

blue and white twisted chain fill in the blanks placemats.

This placemat pattern is perfect for customizing with your own embellishments. The diamond pattern gives a blank canvas for adding embroidery, applique or free motion quilting designs. Have fun playing with your own ideas.

Here is some inspiration to get started:


The placemats coordinate with the Fill in the Blanks and Fill in the Blanks Jr. Table Runners. Make a whole set for your table!

FAQs

What is the difficulty level of this pattern?

This pattern is appropriate for a beginner.

Are embellishment instructions included?

No. You can use your own creativity to “Fill in the Blanks”.
There is a lot of inspiration and related tutorials at Epida Studio. Start with the links above.

How many different options are there?

There are two different sizes and three different designs, so it’s like getting six patterns in one.


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Elizabeth DeCroos - Epida Studio.

Elizabeth DeCroos

Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
Learn more and get her to speak to your group.

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