Monday, January 17, 2011

A Well-Dressed Table

This morning I uploaded my new complimentary pattern, "A Well-Dressed Table"!  It features reversible blossom-shaped placemats in my Ambrosia fabric with matching lined napkins. 





I was thrilled to see that many of you who signed up for the Fat Quarter Shop Swiss Chocolate giveaway last week were interested in doing home-dec projects with that line.  Swiss Chocolate prints would work well with this pattern as well - you could do one side in the chocolate color story and one side in the mocha!  (I'll be introducing a complimentary table runner  pattern for Swiss Chocolate soon.)

If you get a chance to whip some of these up in any fabric, please post them to my pattern Flickr group
Happy sewing!
Amanda

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3 Comments:

At January 17, 2011 at 12:10 PM , Blogger Kelly said...

Oh, these placemats are adorable. Thank you for the pattern!!

 
At January 29, 2011 at 8:55 AM , Blogger ~Kathleen said...

Wow! Ambrosia is a gorgeous fabric. Your use of color and pattern is fantastic, Amanda. I really like the placemats, napkins, and the photo album cover patterns pdf's. I'll probably revamp the latter to fit a book cover. Your dragonfly plates, however, are most fabulous! Love them! ~Kathleen

 
At January 31, 2011 at 12:32 PM , Blogger Hi! My name is erica. Would you be my friend? said...

Thanks so much for this pattern! I love it! :)

 

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This morning I uploaded my new complimentary pattern, "A Well-Dressed Table"!  It features reversible blossom-shaped placemats in my Ambrosia fabric with matching lined napkins. 





I was thrilled to see that many of you who signed up for the Fat Quarter Shop Swiss Chocolate giveaway last week were interested in doing home-dec projects with that line.  Swiss Chocolate prints would work well with this pattern as well - you could do one side in the chocolate color story and one side in the mocha!  (I'll be introducing a complimentary table runner  pattern for Swiss Chocolate soon.)

If you get a chance to whip some of these up in any fabric, please post them to my pattern Flickr group
Happy sewing!
Amanda

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