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506: 506 - Impatiens, Pansy Placemats By: Josephine Keasler

Level: All Levels

Time: Saturday Morning 8:30-11:30 AM

Price: $24 / $32

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Pattern Fee: $31 (addl. replacement papers $14.50)

Kit Fee: Contact Instructor

Machine: Required


Class Description: A sewing technique called foundation paper piecing is used to assemble the units required to make these placemats. Curved piecing is used to join the units after the foundation piecing is completed. One fat quarter makes 2 petals. This is a beautiful piece that will add fun and color to any table or décor. This is a Judy Niemeyer Design pattern and is being taught by a certified Judy Niemeyer instructor.


Class Supply List:

1. Sewing Machine with a quarter inch foot (without guard) or an open toe foot

2. 1 gallon zip bags, a couple to separate fabrics

3. Box of jumbo paper clips (not binder clips)

4. Rotary cutter, mat and 6” x 24” rotary cutting ruler for cutting yardage

5. Medium size mat for trimming

6. Add a quarter ruler, preferable 12” Plus (this is a wider ruler)

7. Folding template (3” X 12” piece of template plastic)

8. #70 sharp needle

9. Good 50 wt. thread

10. UHU glue stick (or similar product)

11. Fabric glue pen

12. Small scissors and seam ripper


1.      Each Fat Quarter will give you 2 petals

2.   Each 1 ¾” x 42” will give you 4 spikes for 1 petal (each flower has 5 petals)

3.   The centers require a small amount of fabric, small enough that you can use a 2” strip.


10 fat quarters will make the 4 placemats


506: 506 - Impatiens, Pansy Placemats By: Josephine Keasler

$ 32.00
members receive 25% with code