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Quilted coasters

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Use Up Scraps in Coiled Coasters, Trivets and More - Quilting Digest

Go As Big As You Want! Strips of fabric wrapped around cotton clothesline make wonderful coasters, trivets, place mats and more. This easy process can go as big as you want, even as large as a table mat or a small rug. Lori Baker made lovely coasters in two sizes for gifts, pairing them with …

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Цветы и бабочки в лоскутном шитье. Фотоподборка для вдохновения Приветствую любителей лоскутного шитья! Весна уже близко, а значит и в лоскутном шитье появляются весенние мотивы. Какая весенняя мелодия без цветов? Поэтому сегодня просто подборка с Pinterest лоскутных изделий. С удовольствием указала бы авторов, но так получилось что не смогла найти источник, где именно автор разместил свои работы. Поэтому, если вдруг кто увидит свои произведения дайте знать, обязательн...

I’ve been wanting to make these for a while so I thought I’d put together a little tutorial....

I’ve been wanting to make these for a while so I thought I’d put together a little tutorial. It’s Jelly Roll friendly if you have any leftover strips lying around. The final result is a 5″ wide,

Every year I ponder what to get my neighbors, friends, and service providers for Christmas. Usually I will make an assortment of cookies and distribute them, but this year I am starting early and creating my gifts by hand in the hope of not having to lose those 15 pounds I gain every year test tasting the cookies… (I think I put on three pounds on just thinking about it!) I decided this year I would make some quilted “mug rugs” – cute little coasters that are perfect for a hot mug of coffee..

Every year I ponder what to get my neighbors, friends, and service providers for Christmas. Usually I will make an assortment of cookies and distribute them, but this year I am starting early and creating my gifts by hand in the hope of not having to lose those 15 pounds I gain every year test tasting the cookies… (I think I put on three pounds on just thinking about it!) I decided this year I would make some quilted “mug rugs” – cute little coasters that are perfect for a hot mug of…

Ye Olde Sweatshop: Photo Tutorial for Fabric Coasters

On this little blog my most pinned picture is not a quilt but these cute coasters. I figured it was time to update the coaster posts & include a tutorial - Enjoy :) Whether you use a charm pack or cut the fabric yourself into 5" squares - this coaster design works every time. These coasters are machine wash and dry friendly (they shrink just a little) ... and no matter what fabric you use: French inspired, modern, novelty, floral ... they look great. Total items needed are (5) squares 5"x 5"…

Holiday Mug Rug tutorial - quick and cute!

How are your Christmas projects coming along? Are you still looking for a few last minute gifts - maybe a quick handmade item for a teacher or favorite neighbor? Today's tutorial would be the perfect thing! Trisha has written a tutorial showing you how she created her Holiday Mug Rugs (on display at the store.) Holiday Mug Rug tutorial by Trisha Weekes www.myfourtrees.com Materials Needed: 1 Pack of Charm Squares- I used Blitzen by Basic Grey for Moda (or 5” square scraps) Coordinating…

fabric 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 5" squares - this coaster design works every time. These coasters are machine wash and dry friendly (they shrink just a little) ... and no matter what fabric you use: French inspired, modern, novelty, floral ... they look great. Total items needed are (5) squares 5"x 5" and a piece of fusible fleece 4" x 4" or scrap batting for each coaster. Put the fusible fleece, fleece or batting on the back square for more padding. A little…

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 they would be a great idea to make with kids and great for all the online swaps we do. Great Stash buster too. What you will need is 7 5 X 5 pieces of fabric. I just used a charm pack. And you will need a hexie ruler, I used Lori Holt's Hexie Half because its what I have and it worked perfect and with less cutting. If you need one The Fat Quarter Shop carries them…