25+ Free Coaster Patterns and Tutorials to Sew
Sewing coasters is one of the best activities for sewists because there are so many free patterns and tutorials available. Plus, they're scrappy and come in handy at home.
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Learning how to make fabric coasters is one of the best skills a sewist can pick up. Not only are most DIY coaster patterns a fantastic beginner project, but they are still fun for even the most experienced sewists to make. Plus, you can never have too many coasters so they're practical as well.
With this collection of 25+ Free Coaster Patterns and Tutorials to Sew, you'll be inspired to make a never-ending number of fabric coasters. The right coaster pattern will ensure that you never deal with watermarks or coffee stains in your coffee table, nightstands, and other delicate wooden furniture.
While it can be difficult or even annoying to continually asks your guests to please use a coaster, the free sewn coaster idea can eliminate that hassle. If you learn how to make coasters that are conversation pieces, your guests will want to use your adorable DIY home decor. No matter what sort of style you have in your home, there is sure to be a set of DIY fabric coasters that will match your motif.
There is no need to buy store-bought coasters when you can learn how to make coasters in your very own home. Don’t wait. Keep scrolling to check out the cutest coasters we have on this page.
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Quilted Coaster Patterns
Keep your drinks cool and keep them from leaving impossible-to-remove water spots on your tables by learning how to make your own coasters. Coasters are such a small way to add some big attitude to your space. Learn how to make coasters that say something with these sewn coaster ideas.
This sewing pattern is fun and easy to create. It will only take you about an hour to complete, uses just under a yard of fabric, and can be created out of your leftover cotton or burlap scraps.
Seize the day with these Carpe Diem Coasters. There's no need to wonder whether or not you should craft coasters for your home once you see how incredibly simple this sewing pattern is.
Making quilted coasters has never been so easy! Use this free sewing craft pattern to make coasters to match your living room or give as a gift.
Since this easy coaster sewing pattern includes a layer of interfacing, the fabric is protected against moisture and allergens.
Make this project with old CDs, kitchen linens, and an old sweatshirt, and you'll be doing the planet a big favor! With all of these upcycled materials and the bonus cookie coaster, you'll be mighty happy.
Just imagine how perfectly adorable these Polka Dot DIY Coasters would look sitting on your coffee table during a summer party, or when you are just sitting on your couch sipping tea and reading a new book!
Add some life to your coffee table while also protecting the wood. These lovely DIY quilted coasters would also make for a simple gift in a pinch.
In addition to its aesthetic appeal, learning how to make a coaster like this will also afford you a chance to add a lovely scent in your home.
These Fussy-Cut Coasters are the perfect addition to any home. Small enough to be great sewing projects for beginners but striking enough to upgrade any room's decor, these DIY coasters are a must-make.
You can make tons of these folded fabric coasters in just one hour that are great for using anywhere in your house. You can even add extra absorbent cotton batting to make these extra useful.
Fabric Scrap Coasters
Just like adding a decorative pillow to your couch or bedroom, adding a sewn fabric coaster to your coffee table can give it an updated look in minutes. Plus, when using scraps and other supplies from your crafting stash, you'll be able to do it without leaving your home!
Your leftover scraps of fabric can easily be used to protect your tables. Sew these Braided Scrap Coasters using your extra fabric to keep your tables water and ring-free.
One of these free coaster patterns will only take you sixty seconds to make. This means you could easily create an entire set of One Minute DIY Coasters in less than ten minutes.
This is an easy no-sew project that you can whip up in just 10 minutes. Use these for your next rustic chic themed party, or just any time you need to put down a coaster for your beverage.
Have some fun with your dining decor! These Topsy-Turvy Scrappy Coasters are a great way to use up any small scraps that you've had lying around forever.
Give an old t-shirt a new look by turning it into something you need. This Braided T-Shirt Coaster tutorial will show you how to refashion your old clothes into coasters that serve all your kitchen needs.
Made using the legs of old jeans, this denim sewing project is a quick housewarming gift that you can whip up quickly and comes with a detailed video tutorial and written instructions.
When you gather your extra fabric and craft it into the Scraptacular Raggedy Heart Coasters, you'll feel like love is all around you.
In just a few simple steps, you can take a drawstring or Velcro bag that would otherwise go unused and change it into handy, adorable DIY coasters.
Jeans last a long time, but once they start to fade, what's to do with them? We recommend making these coasters, a refashion project that turns old clothes into useful everyday parts of your home decor.
Uniquely-Shaped Coasters to Sew
There are so many ways to make coasters. These simple but unexpected coaster ideas are great for any space. Once you see these pretty pieces in action, you are going to wonder why you didn’t start making coasters sooner!
Add a little flavor to your home this spring and summer with a whimsical sewing project that's incredibly budget-friendly.
How awesome is this idea? This interactive coaster set is an ideal housewarming or holiday gift. We're positive that anyone receiving these DIY coasters would love them.
These Adorable Acorn Coasters will add a subtle touch of fall festivity to your living spaces. This tutorial includes instructions and free printable patterns so that you can easily add this cute fall craft to your DIY home decor.
Make quick and easy maple leaf coasters to protect your coffee table in style. These easy fall crafts show you how, using various fitting colors with scraps of felt.
If you're preparing to cozy up your home for the fall, or if you simply enjoy having a bit of nature inside the house, try learning how to make these cute coasters.
With the creative fold on this leaf coaster design, you'll certainly never have made anything like this or had them in your home. Now's your chance! They're so decorative and pretty that you will want to leave them out all the time.
With this lovely heart coaster pattern, you'll be able to turn your small scraps from other sewing projects that you've completed to make something fun but practical for the home. These are so sweet, your friends will all want some, too!
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