Replicate 45 rpm Records with Fun Quilted Coasters

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They’re Great Nostalgic Gifts!

Did you, your parents, or your grandparents once (or still!) have a collection of 45 rpm vinyl records? If so, you may recall the vividly colored labels and how sometimes even the vinyl itself was a bright color.

These colorful coasters replicate the look of 7″ singles and can be made with or without the adapter in the center. They can even be used as pot holders, provided you add a layer Insul-Bright batting for heat-proofing.

Record Coaster Sewing Tutorial

This is a great project for showing off brightly colored scraps against black or another “vinyl” color. Plus, they make fun nostalgic gifts for music lovers.

Record Coaster Sewing Tutorial

The finished coasters, designed by for We All Sew, are about 7″ across.

Click here for the free “Record Coaster” sewing tutorial.


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