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Scrappy Wine Glass Coaster Cozy

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Fabric scrap crafts can help you clear out your stash and save on supplies. If you love a good glass of vino, then consider creating a Scrappy Wine Glass Coaster Cozy using fat quarters and other recycled supplies.

Materials:

  • Light to medium weight scrap fabric-two different colors or designs
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Iron
  • Straight pins
  • Wine glass

 

Instructions:

  1. Cut five 4-inch squares from light to medium weight fabric. Leftover squares from quilt projects is ideal. You will need three of one fabric and two of another.


     
  2. Fold one square in half with the right sides facing out. Iron the fold. Repeat on a matching square and two of the other fabric squares for a total of four pressed squares that are now shaped like rectangles.


     
  3. Place the remaining unfolded square on your work surface with the right side facing up.


     
  4. With the raw edges of the rectangles aligned with the raw edges of the square, work around the square. Place one rectangle on each edge, turning the square one-quarter turn after the placement of each rectangle. Insert the end of the last rectangle under the end of the first.


     
  5. Pin the raw edges of the rectangles to the outer edges of the square. Sew around the pinned edges using a 1/4-inch seam allowance.


     
  6. Clip each of the corners to reduce bulk.


     
  7. Turn the cozy coaster right side out through the opening in the center of the rectangles. Use the point of your scissors to poke out the corners. Iron the cozy flat.
     
  8. Slip the foot of your wine glass into the center of the cozy.

 

Notes:

  • All of the wine glasses I have used had feet with a diameter of 2 1/2 inches. This may be standard, but they may also be available in other sizes. If the feet of your glasses are bigger (I can't imagine them smaller), simply cut your squares 1 1/2 inches larger than the diameter measurement. Example: Cut 4 1/2-inch squares for a 3-inch diameter foot.

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