Santa Cookie Placemat

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Santa Cookie Placemat

This cute Santa Cookie Placemat is a personal machine embroidery project made by Chris from Needlepointers.com. This in-the-hoop design is by Sweet Pea Machine Embroidery Design.



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The placemat has four sections which are hooped separately. The four sections are then joined together, backed and binded with your sewing machine.

They are quick and easy to sew making them perfect for craft shows, gifts or you own Christmas tables.

To purchase design and related supplies, see links below:

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Sweet Pea Machine Embroidery Design

Hundreds of original in the hoop machine embroidery designs.

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Machine Embroidery Thread

A huge selection of machine embroidery thread is sold at Amazon.com. Affiliate Link to Sold at Amazon.com

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Pellon Fleece No. 988 (By-the-bolt)

Bolt Fleece-White 44 Inch Wide 20 Yards -- A low loft sew-in polyester for padding and quilting. Affiliate Link to Sold at Amazon.com

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Pellon Fleece No. 988 (By-the-yard)

Low-loft sew-in fleece for padding & quilting. The dimensions of this fabric are 45'' in width, by the number of yards you order in length. Affiliate Link to Amazon.com

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Rotary Cutters

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Scissors and Rotary Cutters

Scissors, rotary cutters and sharpeners. Affiliate Link to Sold at Annie's Catalog

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Sewing Scissors

A huge selection of sewing scissors are available at Amazon.com. Affiliate Link to Sold at Amazon.com

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Hope you enjoyed this video.

For machine embroidery tutorial and other projects, visit our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/Needlepointers



If you have any questions about this project, you can post them as comments on the Youtube Video above or through our "Contact Us" page.

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