It’s the perfect time to sew a placemat for Santa with a Dresden template. Christmas is coming and this is the perfect touch to add to Christmas Eve festivities. We always leave cookies and milk for Santa and vegetable sticks for the reindeer. This post is sponsored by Nancy’s Notions but the ideas and opinions are my own.
- Assorted Fabric Scraps and White Felt
- Sewing Machine/Thread/Bobbin
- Frixion Pen
- Downloadable Santa Hat Pattern
- Long Pins
- 12 x 18 Piece of Premium Felt
- Rotary Cutter
- Cutting Mat
- Sew scraps of fabric together to create a 12 x 18 inch rectangle.
- Use a rotary cutter and cutting mat to trim to exact size.
- Iron the rectangle.
- Cut the pieces of Santa’s hat out then use a Frixion pen to trace them onto fabric. Cut them out.
- Iron the pieces to Santa’s hat.
- Pin the pieces to the quilted rectangle.
- Sew the pieces of the hat to the quilted rectangle.
- Place the rectangle facing the felt and stitch them together leaving a four inch opening.
- Flip the placemat right-side out.
- Sew the opening closed.
Here are few photos of this work in progress. This one is step six!
This is a photo of the felt back pinned to the front before sewing in the first part of step 8.
This is the photo of the finished placemat!
Celebrating Chistmas is magical With handmade items that get brought out from storage each year make it even more so. For me I have such great memories of making things as family growing up. I love when I get out items that we made together from all those years ago. I love getting out the things we are making each year and knowing that my kids will have these memories too.
Create a Magical Handmade Holiday,