Pattern Release: Graze Paper Pieced Placemat

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It just feels like spring today—birds are sweetly singing, laundry is on the line, and the world smells new. That makes it the perfect day to release this little beauty! The Graze Placemat is here just in time for Easter, Mother’s Day, and the fun-filled days of summer! This paper pieced placemat whips up in a jiffy; for beginners, it’s a great way to learn how to paper piece, or for masters, it’s a nice break from a big quilting projects. Make sure to check out every last lovely little details and don’t forget to get a copy for yourself!

Here’s a great view of this modern, paper pieced placemat! Ooo-la-la! A simple stitch-in-the-ditch allows for a clean and modern feel.

Spring Placemat Quilting Pattern

Now, don’t be afraid at the thought of paper piecing! I made sure that this pattern is beginner-friendly. A small project like this placemat is a great place to learn paper piecing because it’s not a huge commitment. If you get through one placemat and don’t love the technique, bind it, and use it on a dresser or nightstand—if you love paper piecing, then go crazy and make a set for your whole table!

Grass Placemat

The beauty of paper piecing: perfect points and you can dig into your scrap stash!

Paper Pieced Placemat Pattern

If you’re loving this pattern, make sure to pick up a copy for yourself and gather your supplies. Here’s what you’ll need for two placemats:

  • Background Fabric (White): 7/8 yard
  • Various Shade of Green Fabric totaling 7/8 yard (or various scraps from your stash!)
  • Backing: 2/3 yard
  • Binding: 1/2 yard

Once you’re all done, be sure to come back and post your pictures below! We’d all love to see them!

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Check out this cute version done by my friend, Erin, over at CraftyBiggers! I love how she went with fun Easter colors and fabrics!

Laura B

Laura over at Paragon of Creativity whipped this one up!

Cindy P

Check this cutie out at!


Created over at Adventures with Bubba and Bug— I love the geometric feel to this one!

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  1. What a great idea! Your placemats are beautiful! I love paper piecing!

  2. Love all the different versions. I am totally making different versions now =D

  3. What fun placemats! The colours are beautiful. Thank you so much for linking up at TGIFF!

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