8 Step Coaster


8 Step Coaster


8 Step Coaster
8 Step Coaster

You don't need to devote a lot of time to create DIY home decor that's both eye-catching and functional. The 8 Step Coaster offers a process true to its name with quick and easy instructions that deliver a lovely mug rug. Making coasters has never been so simple and efficient while still resulting in a polished piece. Gather your favorite squares of fabric and take the first step to creating these coasters today. When you see your cup of tea on this finished project, you'll thank yourself.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byMachine


10 Minute Wine Coaster

If you want another coaster pattern that is quick and easy check out this 10 Minute Wine Coaster project. The video below shows you just how easy it is to make this coaster! 

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This is one of my favorite scrapbuster ideas. I added this pattern from another website onto an old computer and made a set..when I transferred my data, my "favorites" from the internet did not transfer over..I am so glad it is on allfreesewing.com because when I tried making them from memory, it was a "no go". Now I can make these for friends as hostess gifts, birthday presents, Christmas, etc.

This folded fabric square coaster is perfect to make more than one in under an hour. Quick and easy with minimal sewing too! I appreciate all speedy homemade Christmas projects that use up fabric leftovers yet look this elegant and appropriate for gift giving. Add a ribbon tie to one corner and have an ornament to hang on the tree as well.

Am I the only one getting super excited about Christmas? I'm starting to think of decorating my festive table and these will make a really good start. I'm considering making my coasters, napkins and table mats in the same fabric to make the look really coordinated, but I'm a bit worried it might be over the top. Would really appreciate any ideas or advice.

Make them all coordinated. After that (maybe next year) you can make some plain colors and mix and match!


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