Rag Rug Coasters Are Great for Scraps

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Leftover Jelly Rolls Strips Make These a Breeze!

Capture all the charm of old fashioned rag rugs in these pretty little coasters. Leftover jelly roll strips, or yardage cut into 2 1/2″ strips, are braided just like a rug would be.





A wide zig zag stitch sews the braids into shape. The coasters are quick, easy and absorbent for use under beverages.

Braided Rag Rug Coasters

Each coaster is made from three strips. Make a set of 4 (or more) all the same, or make each one different. It will be fun to see how the fabrics you’ve chosen look once the coasters are completed.

Each coaster, designed by Julie of Six Two Seven Handworks, is 5″ wide.

Click here for the free “Braided Rag Rug Coaster” tutorial.

 

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