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Topsy-Turvy Scrappy Coaster

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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. These DIY drink coasters are so quick and easy to make. They're the perfect project for beginner sewists, but even seasoned experts will enjoy throwing a batch together! Match your scrap colors to the season or stick with something evergreen - either way, you'll protect your surfaces in style. Give your home a kooky little touch-up this season.

Topsy-Turvy Scrappy Coaster
Topsy-Turvy Scrappy Coaster
This image courtesy of frivolousnecessity.blogspot.com

Project Type: Learn a Technique

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

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This topsy-turvey scrappy coaster is a great scrap buster. I really like the idea that this project will sew up fairly quickly. There is nothing more motivating than to see a project completed from beginning to end. This is something you can put away and use as gifts when needed.

These coasters are so crisp and clean looking and fairly simple to make. I am going to spray mine with Scotch Guard so they retain their look longer. These coaster are also going to make perfect summer hostess patio gifts and they are a great scrap buster project!!

These are so crisp and clean looking. I'm going to spray mine with Scotchguard so they retain their look longer.

These will definitely add some style to your coffee table. Sign up for our free newsletter to see these featured next week along with other great scrapbusters!

Can't wait to make these to go with the wine patterns I used on a tote. Thank you!!

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