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Simple Stamped Napkins
"The Simple Stamped Napkins is an easy-to-customize gift that can be made to delight any host(ess). This is the fourth of 25 free sewing projects by 12 bloggers in the Little Gifts Sew Along.
Tools: Sewing machine with overcasting stitches, or a serger. I used my Baby Lock Jubilant with Overcasting foot (G). Rotary cutter, cutting mat, and ruler, or fabric scissors, ruler, and fabric marker. Basic sewing supplies (seam ripper, pins, etc.). Iron and ironing board.
Materials: 100% cotton fabric. Use one fat quarter for each napkin in coordinating colors, or make several from a yard of fabric. 2” square stamps from these three Unity Stamp Company Ann Butler stamp sets — Chevron, Stripes, and Double Stripes, or other square or rectangular stamps. Ann Butler’s ColorBox Crafter’s Ink in Limelight, Aquamarine, and Berry, or any fabric ink. Variegated cotton quilting thread."
Project TypeMake a Project
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
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