Tutorial | Easy Fall Fabric Coasters

These easy fabric coasters are the perfect compliment for all the delicious fall drinks this time of year. They also make for great gifts and the best part is that they can be completed from start to finish in under an hour!

Easy Fabric Coaster DIY Tutorial by Sewbon.com

Easy Fabric Coaster DIY Tutorial by Sewbon.com

This post is also being shared over on the Therm O Web blog.

Materials

Instructions

To make four coasters, cut four 5 inch x 5 inch squares out of the main fabric, cut four 5 inch x 5 inch squares out of the accent fabric, and cut four 5 inch x 5 inch squares out of the HeatnBond Fusible Fleece.

Attach a fusible fleece square to the wrong side of a main fabric square.

Easy Fabric Coaster DIY Tutorial by Sewbon.com

Pin the main fabric piece and the accent fabric piece right sides together and stitch around the edges of the square with a 5/8 inch seam allowance, leaving a 2 inch hole.

Clip the corners.

Easy Fabric Coaster DIY Tutorial by Sewbon.com

Easy Fabric Coaster DIY Tutorial by Sewbon.com

Turn the coaster right side out through the 2 inch hole and use a chopstick to push the corners out.

Easy Fabric Coaster DIY Tutorial by Sewbon.com

Tuck the edges from the 2 inch hole in and press the coaster.

Top stitch with a ¼ inch seam allowance around the coaster and press one last time.

Easy Fabric Coaster DIY Tutorial by Sewbon.com

Repeat for the remaining 3 coasters.

Easy Fabric Coaster DIY Tutorial by Sewbon.com

Disclaimer: I am a Designer and Affiliate for Therm O Web and this post contains Affiliate Links.

Photo Credit | Sewbon

  • http://www.dandeliondrift.com/ Teresa Behr

    Erin – these are super cute! I love the fabric!

    • http://www.sewbon.com/ Erin

      Aww, thank you so much Teresa! :)

  • http://very-blissful.blogspot.com/ Victoria Beppler

    These are great! I have a lot of fabric samples in my stash that need to be used up. This is perfect. Thanks for the tutorial!

    • http://www.sewbon.com/ Erin

      Thank you, Victoria! I agree- this would make for a great scrap buster project. :)

  • Nancy

    These are so cute and I checked Therm O Web website, which fusible fleece did you use?
    Huggs, Nancy

    • http://www.sewbon.com/ Erin

      Hi Nancy!

      Thanks so much for the kind words! I used the HeatnBond Fleece Fusible High Loft (White 22 in. x 1 Yard pack). I just added in a link to the materials list for the product that I used. :)

      Thanks!