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quilted coasters, tips include how to sew one continuous line to give them a finished look.

Whether you use a charm pack or cut the fabric yourself into squares - this coaster design works every time. These coasters are mac.

Reversible Fabric Coasters - TUTORIAL

Fabric Coasters - unbelievably easy and quick to make, you don't even need interfacing, but I would slip a piece of felt into the middle of the fabric just to make it a bit fatter and less floppy!

String block coasters: a fat quarter of muslin a fat quarter of batting or fusible fleece  Scraps A fat quarter for the back of the coasters Coordinating Thread

String block coasters: a fat quarter of muslin a fat quarter of batting or fusible fleece Scraps A fat quarter for the back of the coasters Coordinating Thread

Criss Cross Coasters

As promised, here are the directions for making the Criss-Cross Coasters another way -- with triangles. Again, I used a Moda charm pack.

Quilted Coasters {Home Accessories} -  Tip Junkie.   http://www.tipjunkie.com/patterns/quilted-coasters-home-accessories/

String Block Quilted Coasters - FREE project from Art Gallery Fabrics- try as a potholder

Fun and easy to sew - good 4-H project for Fair The Craftinomicon: Tutorial: Fabric Coasters

I use iron knit interfacing and add another fabric piece for the inside of the coaster. Charm packs work great for this. The Craftinomicon: Tutorial: Fabric Coasters

This coaster is so easy peasy you won't believe it. I was at a retreat and one of the girls showed us how to do these. I thought t...

This coaster is so easy peasy you won't believe it. I was at a retreat and one of the girls showed us how to do these. I thought t...

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