Festival of Lights Placemat Sew Pattern by Tara Reed
Read the full title Festival of Lights Placemat Sew Pattern by Tara Reed
Digital file type(s): 1 PDF
Looking for Hanukkah themed projects to sew? This set of 6 placemats included of two Star of David placemats and the 4 dreidel placemats.
PDF pattern includes 17 pages of detailed instructions with photos and diagrams. It includes paper piecing to create placemats for each of the 4 dreidels as well as instructions to complete a Star of David with 60 degree diamonds.
Templates are included for all shapes as well as directions to use a 60 degree diamond ruler if you prefer.
Pattern features the Festival of Lights fabric collection designed by Tara Reed for Riley Blake Designs - fabric codes are noted in fabric requirements if you wish to use these prints, although it isn't necessary.
** This pattern is a PDF download, no product will be shipped. **
PLACEMAT SIZE / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:
12" x 18" (30.48 cm x 45.72 cm)
• Fabric, batting and backing requirements included in pattern
You will also need:
• Thread for pieces, seams and quilting
• Sewing Machine
• Rotary cutter, mat and ruler.
Due to the nature of this product, downloadable patterns are not subject to a refund.
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Pattern is not for resale or to be shared. You can make and sell physical placemats as long as you aren't mass producing them. Please message me if you have any questions.
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18 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
A great present to make for my Jewish friend! Karen
Very explicit instructions and thorough.
I liked this and was able to make the apron, but the only difficulty I had which makes me give it 4 stars was that the instructions for the neckline were very hard (for me) to understand. The rest was easy and very specific, but the neckline directions didn't quite make sense to me. That could just be me, of course, so I eliminated the neckline on the finished apron, but the rest of it turned out very nicely! Thank you!!
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