They’ll be Pretty in Prints for Any Season!
These sweet little coasters are a great way to use scraps from your favorite prints. It’s fun to fussy cut some of the squares to show off cute motifs.
While these are perfect for summer, prints for any season will be beautiful. The coasters also make great gifts. This is an easy project that you can finish up quickly.
Eilene Johnson posted a short video to Instagram that shows how they’re made. While not every step is covered, duplicating them from the info she provided won’t be hard for quilters with some experience.
Notice how she used a blanket stitch to sew down the last side of the binding. It looks great and is a forgiving way to finish the coasters.
Learn more about this version here.
Along with the video are a few notes to help you make your own. The completed coasters are about 5″ across. You can easily make them larger for hot pads. Just be sure to add Insul-Bright for heat-proofing.
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