Want to turn your table into a spooky setting for a Halloween feast? Heidi Kenney (our resident Queen of Halloween) is stopping by the blog today to share the how-to, using her cut-and-sew placemat template available in the Spoonflower Marketplace. Designed to be printed on 54″ wide fabrics (linen would also work), a fat quarter fits two placemats, and a yard gives you eight. Pick a FQ or yard up in Eco Canvas fabric, then follow her easy steps below to sew up these adorable placemats for a table-scape that’s fit for a family of goblins and ghouls!
While the merry Spoonflower crew is busy printing the fabrics you need to make your gifts, we're kicking off twelve days of giveaways to give you the chance to win gifts of your own this holiday season! Check back every day through December 12th to win beautiful fabrics designed by the Spoonflower community, some of our favorite sewing and crafting books, and a sprinkling of surprise gifts.
On the first stop in our holiday gifting spree today, we're giving away a fat quarter bundle of holiday fabrics designed by artist and craft blogger Heidi Kenney, plus a copy of her book, Everyday's a Holiday: Year-Round Crafting with Kids. Comment on this post (or on the link on our Facebook page) to enter the drawing to win!