Turn Scraps Into Cute Patchwork Coasters

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They’re So Quick to Make!

Turn scraps into cute coasters to use around your home. They also make nice gifts for many occasions and will be delightful in any color palette.

Start with 2″ squares and sew them into nine-patch blocks. Fusible batting is great for this project, or layer and quilt with regular batting. You can also apply HeatnBond Iron-On Vinyl to make your coasters waterproof.

Quilted Fabric Coaster Tutorial

Use a pencil compass, bowl, or other round item to mark and cut out 5″ circles and apply bias bindings. That’s it! You can have several of these made in a couple of hours (the designer says they take 15 minutes each!).

Quilted Fabric Coaster Tutorial

The completed coasters, designed by Ingrid Alteneder, are about 5″across.

Click here for the free “Quilted Fabric Coaster Tutorial.”


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