Sunday, February 18, 2007

Happy Hexagons Placemat pattern page

Happy Hexagons Placemat Pattern

Delight your little one (and keep your table clean) with this easy holiday project. If you can sew a straight seam, you can make these cute placemats, perfect for decorating your home or giving as gifts. They go together super-fast, thanks to a technique that combines appliqué and quilting in one easy step. Use novelty prints to make these for a holiday (like in the sample above), or use subdued fabrics for a more traditional look. No matter which you choose, these placemats just get better each time they’re washed!

Raw-edge applique techniques make this placemat simple to construct, and the pattern goes together so quickly that your customers can make a set for every holiday! Perfect to display with your seasonal and novelty fabrics, this pattern also looks nice when made using all-over prints.

A person with average sewing skills should be able to finish this project in about one naptime (2 hours).

Some of the photos that illustrate the directions:

Template placement to fussy-cut the hexagons

Turning the corner on the binding

Pattern includes illustrated directions, a full-sized template for the hexagon, illustrated binding directions, and suggestions for additional variations on the project. Pattern is packaged in a resealable plastic bag (6"x9"), ready to hang and sell.

Wholesale price: $4.00/pattern

Suggested retail price: $7-$9, or whatever the market will bear in your area

Free shipping on your first order! Shipping charges for subsequent orders will be the actual charges for USPS Priority Mail to your destination.

I am willing to make free samples to display in your shop, if you are willing to provide the materials. Please contact me for more information on this service.

For more information or to place an order, please contact Gretchen Woods at Lazy Mama Designs: lazymamadesigns (at) yahoo (dot) com.

NEW!! You can also place orders through my shop at - just convo me with a request, including the number of patterns you'd like to buy, and I can post a custom listing for you at the wholesale price.

Thank you for your interest, and I hope to hear from you soon!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

...please where can I buy a unicorn?