Introducing Fat Quarter Placemat I pattern

I’m looking at the calendar and wondering where the heck did January go? A lot of mine was spent making placemats – lots of placemats! And writing a new pattern, so I could share them with you! I’ve been a table runner gal for so long, this was new for me, and I am so in love with these, I don’t know if I can go back to table runners. Just kidding, but the placemats are a lot of fun. They are fast, but everything I design has to be that way. I know I’m not the only quilter out there that, once started on a project, I’m already itching to start the next one, so the current one had better be quick or it may end up in the UFO pile.

Fat Quarter Placemat Pattern 1 #Q119

Each placemat is made with a couple fat quarters and the shape is so fun! I know I’m a teensy bit early, but I’ve already put the Valentine mats on our table. Originally, I made the smaller version to use for hotpads, but the size was so nice they became mug rugs at our house to hold a cup of latte and a small plate. These are now available for order here by mail or download, so get one and let me see your pictures when you’re finished. #fatquarterplacemat !!

Fat Quarter Placemat Pattern 1  #Q119


  1. I love these designs. Will make later.
    What I am looking for is a placemat design using 4 fat quarter stack and shuffle I found this pattern with a design of triangles similar to the pyramide design. Horizontal with 3 triangles; and vertical turning using one pyramide This design reminded of stained glass windows. I am in the process of making my Christmas gifts and have a lot of fat 1/4″ to use up.
    Can you help?

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