Make these sweet Easter placemats for your Easter tablescape using this awesome tutorial. Simple, sweet, and sure to delight the guests at your Easter dinner!
I’m getting excited for Easter! I really wanted to have a cute Easter table this year, so my first order of business was to make some Easter placemats.
To make 4 Easter placemats, you will need:
2 yards of fabric
Bias tape- 2 yards per place mat
Stencil and fabric paint
First, cut your rectangles. Mine are 15 x 20 inches. I just used two pieces of cotton fabric. The placemats aren’t stiff, but that doesn’t bother me. If you are looking for a thicker more heavy duty place mat, I would put interfacing in between the two pieces of cotton.
Then, take your bias tape and sew it around the edges of your rectangles.
You will need to miter the corners, which means you will fold the bias tape around the corners. First flatten the bias tape with your finger.
Then fold the bias tape at an angle.
Once the bias tape is sewn, you can cut out your stencil. I created mine with my Cricut, using shapes that I had on my program. Then go ahead on stencil on your Easter design.
And then you are done! Enjoy your cute Easter dinner!
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