I love coasters! They are fast to sew, use up scraps, make great gifts, and don’t take up a ton of space like some projects. I think they’re an easy way to experiment with new techniques and make fun seasonal decor to swap out too. I’ve done several coaster tutorials on my own site and thought I’d round them up with some of my favorites from other bloggers all in one spot, let me know which one you love!
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It’s silly, but I love sewing coasters. They’re fast to make, don’t take up a ton of space, and are an easy way to add some holiday spirit to your decor without spending a ton of money. My friend mentioned wanting a holiday set so I jumped at the chance to highlight these cute winter prints! Instead of using one of my past tutorials, I decided to try it as a Cricut Maker sewing project. This isn’t a sponsored tutorial, but I have worked with them in the past and got my machine in exchange for a previous post.
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As you can tell from all my posts about using up fabric scraps and upcycle sewing projects, reducing waste is always at the back of my mind. For better or worse, adding a second kid into our mix this year has loosened some of my standards. I’m hoping this upcycled, easy coaster sewing pattern will help us reduce our dish washing! There are plenty of days that I stick both kids in disposable diapers instead of cloth because it’s easier, and nights where I stop and get take-out, 2-liter and all, because I’m frazzled. But as my baby gets closer to being a toddler, and 2016 is around the corner, I’m planning on a New Year’s Resolution to be more conscious of making the extra effort to produce less trash!
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Drinking warm beverages is a wonderful way to slow down and rejuvenate, and it’s even better when paired with a hand sewing project! No sewing machine required, you’ll want to make this EPP hexagon coaster tutorial to rest your mug or teacup on. Curled up under a blanket, stitching and sipping, is a great way to practice self-care. If you know someone who is already sick, pull together a sweet little ‘get well’ basket with a new mug, tea, and handmade coaster. … Read More about How to make an EPP hexagon coaster
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I’m sharing how to make felt coasters, no sewing required, in an ode to how Snapple® fits into my day. I’m not a coffee, tea, or soda drinker so I love having a Snapple Kiwi Strawberry to grab during my afternoon break and after a long morning. In the past, I’ve shared how Snapple got me through the roughest parenting day I’ve had in the past 4 years. I’m happy to share again about the current rollback price at Walmart, along with this easy felt craft tutorial!