Free Pattern Squares a Plenty

August 14, 2010 3 Comments

Hello All Here is a pattern for a cute little table mat that I made a while back. [caption id="attachment_184" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Squares a Plenty Table Mat[/caption] If you would like to make this you can download the instructions here. http://www.pinevalley.co.nz/product/squares-a-plenty-table-mat Please enjoy this cute pattern. Happy Stitching Sharon www.pinevalley.co.nz


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Laura Rodríguez
Laura Rodríguez

August 03, 2016

I really like this table mat. Is it for place settings or is it more of a centerpiece? Thank you.

Lisa Donaldson
Lisa Donaldson

August 03, 2016

Hi Sharon… thanks!!! Hugs Lisa

sharon
sharon

August 03, 2016

Hi Laura

Thank you for your comment.
I use this as a centerpiece, although I think it would be easily adapted to make lovely place settings.
Sharon

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