A single placemat. Paper-pieced, from a pattern I designed, using Sushi Roll fabrics (Asian fabric mini-bundles sold at New Pieces quilt shop). The background fabric is more of a long-stashed navy twill that I used in a table runner last year.
The reason for a single placemat? Well, you see, prototype. Test of concept. Plus, I wanted to get it done. Back in November, in time for a Shop Hop. Didn't happen, obviously. So now it needs a mate, as the display options for one placemat is limited.
|it's reversible, thanks to careful fabric purchasing|
Wouldn't you know, making more placemats is really not in my plans at the moment. According to my New Year's resolution, I have to finish 2 things for every new start--and that's not the item I'm itching to start this month.
Oh well. Orphan it will be for now. But a FINISHED orphan, at least!
Fabric stash used: 1/4 yard (only counting the navy, as the backing and binding fabrics were purchased for this project)