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Summer Patchwork Quilted Placemats

Learn how to make a set of cheerful patchwork quilted placemats with today’s project from the Tantalizing Tabletoppers book by Pat Sloan. These quilted placemats add a pop of color and pattern to any tablescape. Depending on your fabric choice, they can be easily customized and are quick to create.

Outdoor table top with blue gingham tablecloth, food, picnic basket and quilted placemats

Today I’m excited to be sharing a project with you from Pat Sloan’s new book, Tantalizing Tabletoppers. If you’ve been a long-time reader, you know that I’ve worked with Pat a few times (I created a fun Halloween table topper from her last book).

With the warmer weather finally making an appearance in Kentucky, I’ve been very motivated to finish my Picnic Basket linens.

Outdoor table top with blue gingham tablecloth, food, picnic basket and quilted placemats

My husband gifted me a basket for Christmas this year, and I’ve slowly been adding handmade items to the basket. We plan to put it on the back of my bike and take it with us on our summer adventures (well, that’s the plan; we will see how it goes *wink*).

Outdoor table top with blue gingham tablecloth, food, picnic basket and quilted placemats

A few weeks ago, I created a set of napkins from fat quarters of fabric, and this week I added two quilted placemats to the collection. All of the sewn items are made with my Summer Picnic fabric collection.

About the Book

You can find the pattern for the placemats that I created in the book. The book features 12 different patterns, each one of them for a type of table topper, table runner, or placemat.

Cover of the tantalizing table toppers book. Features 4 quilted table runners in a collage image.

There are so many cute projects in the book, here are just a few of the ones that caught my eye!

Collage image with 4 different quilted table toppers

I’m eager to try the braided table runner at the top of the photo. The technique looks really interesting to me.

If you’re not familiar with Pat, she writes detailed, easy-to-follow patterns. All of the patterns in the book include full-color illustrations.

Where to Buy the Book

You can find the book at many local quilt shops, Fat Quarter Shop, and Amazon.

More Placemat & Napkin Sewing Patterns

Fat Quarter Napkin Sewing Tutorial

Chalk cloth Roll Up Placemat Tutorial

Quilted Halloween Placemat Pattern

Liberty of London Fabrics Quilted Placemat

Square in Square Patchwork Placemat Pattern

Oilcloth Placemats with a Napkin Pocket

Simple Chambray Placemats

Fat Quarter Placemats (these are not pieced, they just require two pieces of fabric).

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18 Comments

  1. Really enjoy the flexibility of using the pattern to make placemats. These can be seasonal, with matching napkins. I have been making sets for my grandchildren, but these would be perfect for here at home.
    Thank you!

  2. I don’t use IG, so I am not able to leave a comment there. I love how you pieced the center sections of the placemats. It gives a person even more options!

  3. I love all the projects I have seen and can’t wait to start working on some. Thank you for all you do. God bless you and yours

  4. I love those cute placemats, I think I will make smaller version for a large mugrug!!!! Thanks for the chance

  5. First time visiting your site after listening to Pat Sloan. Delightful and so much my colorway and vibe. Love it!

  6. I use table toppers and placemats as dresser scarves: on top of my wood burning stove when it is not being used and on my tables. They can add decoration so fast.

  7. I love your name of your company! I think it’s so cute! Looking forward to making another table topper!

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