Quilters Companion



To make two placemats

• 45cm (½yd) white tone-on-tone print fabric• 10cm (1⁄8yd) green print fabric (peeper border)• 15cm (¼yd) solid bright red fabric (binding)• 40cm (½yd) backing fabric• Thin fusible batting at least 45cm x 102cm (18in x 40in)• Tear-away stabiliser• Zundt Design’s CD and book• Machine embroidery design for the quilted frame — FREE• 360mm x 200mm (14in x 8in) hoop• Water-erasable fabric-marking pen• Machine embroidery threads; Robison-Anton rayon threads were used in this project• Cream machine sewing thread• Basting spray or quilter’s safety pins• Rotary cutter, ruler and mat• Sewing machine with ¼in foot• General sewing supplies

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