I love what you have done with these. I bought one last year and made a welcome sign for the door. Now I want to make placemats like these but our store only has owls this year. I guess I will have to make another door sign.
I can't find them either.
They go so fast
I saw them at KMart last night.
They are lovely. The dollar store has some great "finds".
I don't get there often enough.
Awesome design and work done...Gorgeous!!!
So happy you finally found these.....they look terrific!!
With your commercial whiz banger machine, you could knock off a bunch in no time for your shows.
Found some this year and picked up a couple....haven't had time to do anything with them yet!
Your pumpkins look great.
Have fun as they were much easier than I thought. I still think the 3 letter monogram looks best if you are doing for your self.
So glad you got them this year...they look great!
Me too. Ever since I saw them posted all over the internet, I wanted to try them.
Great job Kay! I had wanted to do the same this year but it simply wasn't to be. They should sell well/Lillian
If you were lucky enough to find then , save for next year. I probably should have bought more than 4 but didn't how they would turn out. I was afraid they would break a needle but they didn't.
They look fabulous. Did you use a cut-away or tear away? I used cut away when I did some before.
I think it was heavy weight cut away and a 90 needle. Pinned the mats down to the stabilizer using long quilting pins and lightly spraying the stabilizer. I was surprised they stitched as nicely as they did.
Great job on these Kay, they look awesome! Love Chris
Thanks, do you have the Dollar chains of stores in AU? I find all kind of goodies there including the Christmas gift bags for Christmas.
I have purchased some of these for our Thanksgiving holiday - what type of stabilizer did you use? These look great!
Some don't stretch, but some do a wee bit.
I used a heavy weight cut a way and a 90 needle.