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Pumpkin Placemat

With Utensil Holder

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6. Stitch Pumpkin To Placemat Top

place pumpkin onto placemat Lay the placemat top right side up. Lay the pumpkin right side up, in the lower left corner of the placemat top. Place the pumpkin so that it is 1" in from the left side and 1" up from the bottom.


7. Pin Batting To Placemat Back

pin batting to placemat Pin the fusible fleece or batting to the placemat back, on the wrong side. Press with iron (if it has heat activated adhesive - follow manufacturer's instructions). My placemat backing fabric was the same as my placemat top fabric.


8. Finish Placemat

pumpkin placemat pattern Pin the placemat top to the placemat back, right sides together. Stitch around the outer edge, using a 1/4" seam allowance. Leave 6" open on one side for turning. Trim corners.

Turn the placemat right side out. Use a turning tool (I use the blunt end of a crochet hook), push the corners out. Press. Press under the open edges. Topstitch around the perimeter approximately 1/8" from the edge. The topstitching will close the opening.


Pumpkin Use - Trick Or Treat

Use the pumpkin pattern to applique trivets, hot pads, towels and other items. It would also be cute on a Halloween trick or treat bag.

For an easy trick or treat bag pattern, go to: Easy Tote Bag Pattern.


Visitor Photos

One of our visitors sent the following photos of pumpkin placemats she made, using our pattern. Thank you Lindy!

pumpkin placemat

placemat with pumpkin utensil holder.


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