The Woven Bias Placemat Craft Kit

Our August project is the Woven Bias Placemat Craft Kit! This one is really satisfying to create, with a few different processes.

First up, you'll create your own bias binding strips from soft polycotton fabrics, then weave them into a striking geometric placemat, before stitching into place.

If you've bought this project, you'll find your tutorial video below (the password is on the front of your printed instructions inside your box!)



There's something soothing about the repetitive and kinda magical process of cutting fabric into strips, then creating neatly pressed bias tape with them (we tested a number of different bias tape makers, and love this one - it's really effective!)

The kit also has a template to weave your placemat. You start with a number of loose pinned lines of bias tape, and in no time - with a bit of over, under, under, over, over (and so on!) - your geometric pattern takes shape. 

Your box includes all the essentials for the project, with:

  • Navy Blue Fabric 
  • Soft Grey Fabric
  • Bias tape tool
  • Sewing Needle 
  • Sewing Thread 
  • Sewing Pins
  • Placemat template
  • Step-by-step photo instructions & video tutorial online 
  • ...and some inspiration for your pinboard! 

You'll need an iron, and scissors that will cut through fabric. 

Your finished geometric placemat is perfect to keep or gift and, at approx 30 x 30cm, a great size for under key bowls or bowls of fruit, or for console or dining tables.  

Ready to get crafting with us?

Orders for this kit have now closed, but read on to learn more about subscribing and joining us for the future projects.

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Here’s the deal: we do the planning, you do the making. Go on, get creative!

Each month, we design a limited edition craft kit for you. It could be macrame, ceramics, book-binding – or something completely different!

Beautifully packaged, your box will arrive full of inspiration and all the materials, tools and instructions to make a complete project.

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