Create Coasters and More from Jelly Roll Strips |
They Can be Any Size You Want!
Create pretty patchwork coasters, trivets and more from leftover 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips. They’re simple to make and can be any size, even as large as place mats.
Combine your favorite colors from a coordinated jelly roll pack. Or use up leftover strips in your stash. These are wonderful in any color theme.
A similar coaster found on Pinterest. No info provided.
To make them you’ll need 2½” Cotton Batting On-a-Roll (get it here). Or cut batting into strips.
Then, sew as many prepared strips together as you need to create the size you want. The instructions are from Nancy’s Notions.
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