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Scrap Fabric Coaster Set


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This Scrap Fabric Coaster Set from Lelanie Denso is a great way to use up any leftover fabric scraps that you may have lying around.  These fabric coasters make great gifts and, since they're fabric, can be easily washed.  This is a great gift for a new neighbor!

Scrap Fabric Coaster Set


  • 2 fabric pcs. 4.25" x 4.25"
  • Iron-on interfacing 4" x 4"


  1. Get one of your fabric, with the interfacing on or the felt under it (on the wrong side).

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  2. I decided to sew randomly following the prints.

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  3. On the other fabric piece, I have sewn squares and an X on its center.

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  4. Get both fabrics together, right sides together inside, wrong sides outside.

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  5. Sew straight stitches all along the sides 1/4" away from the edge, leaving 2"-2.5" unsewn.

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  6. Clip the edges.

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  7. Turn the fabric inside out.

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  8. That's our unsewn part of the fabric.

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  9. Sew straight stitches to close the unsewn part of the fabric.

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  10. Don't forget to backtrack.

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  11. Now, you have your own fabric coaster from scraps!

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I LOVE these! Thank you!!! :0) Similar to a Coaster Set I made for my boyfriend's sister - I featured them on one of my blog posts: :0) I used cotton flannel (with a fun "coffee/tea" motif) for mine - the link to see them is:


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