Let’s learn another quilted piece to decorate your table? The Scrappy Quilted Coaster is a quick and easy piece to make. Coasters are one of those details that make all the difference. In addition to being practical, they prevent the glass from leaving stains or marks on your furniture, consequently preserving the furniture in your home.
Nowadays there are several options of coasters, which are functional, but also contribute to the decoration of the environment. You can make several coaster kits with different themes, colors and prints. So, on commemorative dates, you already have a themed item to decorate the table. In addition to looking beautiful, it will protect your table from water or drink stains.
Quilted coasters are not just for the kitchen. You can use them to decorate your table, living room, office, waiting room. They are always useful in any environment that has a surface that you want to protect from stains that can be caused by glasses, cups, bottles. So how about getting inspired and betting on original and unique coasters?
Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Lo & Behold Stitchery
Because they are small pieces, you won’t need a lot of fabric. If you already have scraps from other projects, you can use them to match the design of the scrappy quilted coaster. The rest of the materials are basic, used in most quilt jobs: scrap batting (at least 5″ square, but you can customize the size); sewing machine; thread; scissors; rotary cutter; square ruler.
The pattern on these beautiful coasters is available from Lo & Behold Stitchery. All measurements, suggestions, step by step and template are described in an easy to understand way. If you were looking for a model to start quilting, this one is perfect for you. The cutouts are not difficult and it is a piece that does not require much sewing.
We hope you have fun making this project and that it is just one of many quilt projects. Don’t forget to tell us what you think of the pattern and what your experience was like making it. We are always very happy to read the comments here. Good to see you here again. Now let’s quilt!
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