Quilted Fabric Coaster Tutorial

You can make a beautiful and differentiated Quilted Fabric Coaster to make your moments of relaxation or chatting with friends much more charming. And then you will learn step by step how to make this craft. This is a great way to give a good destination to scraps left over from other jobs. Here you will find the pattern with instructions on how to make amazing coasters to welcome visitors.

And to combine the fabrics, there’s no mystery. Just coordinate the prints and colors according to your personal taste. In addition to protecting surfaces from stains, the coaster makes up the decoration of tables on special occasions. You can make them with commemorative dates, light tones that match most decorations.

Get creative and create different shapes for the coasters, like the leaf shape made with fabric scraps. Using patchwork techniques and appliqués, you can take advantage of fabric scraps and create beautiful pieces. Coaster can also be fun! You can create various cute models to decorate the table. They are useful and really only take a few minutes to complete.

Quilted Fabric Coaster

Quilted Fabric Coaster Materials:

This pattern of fabric coasters takes about 25 minutes per coaster. To speed up the process, you could use solid fabric instead of piecing your own, which would take the time per coaster down to 5 to 7 minutes. Remember that, just like any other hobby, you will get better the more you make. Before starting, separate all the materials you will need so as not to interrupt the process. Here’s what you need:

  • ¼ inch presser foot;
  • Stitch in the ditch foot;
  • Rotary cutter and mat;
  • Ruler;
  • Pins;
  • Fray Check;
  • Iron;
  • Fabric scraps (7 strips – 1.25 by 6 inches and 1 fabric piece at least 5 inches square);
  • Quilt batting;
  • Basic sewing supplies;
  • Circle template;
Quilted Fabric Coaster

All ready and separate? Let’s start? See the entire pattern available at Scattered thoughts of a crafty mom with all the tips, templates and step by step. We hope you rock the coasters and decorate your table in the most beautiful way possible!

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