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Santa's New Suit Placemat and Napkins
By Barbara Weiland

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Santa has a new hat and jacket (AKA placemat and napkin set), and he's ready to fill his belly with the best of your holiday treats. Your guests will surely love these fun placemats and the cleverly folded napkins that make Santa's hat (the pom-pom is on a tiny clip so it's removable). Fusible applique and simple shapes make it a cinch to make a set of 4 of these table settings in a just a few hours. They're a great project for beginners, but anyone will love how quickly they go together. You quilt them yourself with simple straight lines, before adding the appliques, but if you can find already-quilted double-layer fabric with red on one side, they're even faster! Or, you can add the appliques to a set of ready-made mats and napkins for the quickest and easiest project yet! Directions for the variations are included. Finished Placemat Size: 14” x 18” Finished Napkins: 16” square
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Barbara Weiland

Barbara Weiland is a nationally known author and award-winning free-lance writer/editor in the home sewing and quilting fields. Barbara's most recent books include How to Make a Quilt (2013) The Quilting Answer Book (April, 2009) and The Sewing Answer Book (July, 2010), published by Storey Publishing. Barbara has been designing and marketing patterns for her quilts, quilted placemats and table runners, and popular tote bag patterns under the Jo-Lydia's Attic label since 1999. She makes sporadic postings entries to her blog. Check it out at www.joyofsewingandquilting.blogspot.com Barbara was Editor-in-Chief at That Patchwork Place and has written hundreds of articles for several sewing publications over the years. She offers a depth of hands-on editing and writing experience to publishers and independent pattern designers through her company, All the Write Words.