Quick DIY Gift – Coaster Ride Coasters

 

Around the Bobbin’s Coaster Ride Coasters are a fun and novel way to make coasters that are color-coordinated with your décor! They’re cute for your home and they make a nice housewarming gift, too.

You can make your own designer silicone coaster set that protects surfaces against hot, cold and wet beverages. The set of four silicone coasters comes with instructions for completing the coasters with fabrics of your choice and a coaster holder for the set.

Designer Silicone Coasters

Coaster set by Lisa Amundson on Instagram.

 

To make four Coasters and a Coaster Holder you’ll need:

Basic supplies:

Fabric clips
Walking foot (optional)
Rotary cutter, mat and ruler with 45 degree angle marking
Fabric marking pen
Spray starch
Heavy duty sewing machine needles (such as Schmetz Microtex 90/14 or denim needles)
Thread

supplies for Coaster Ride

 

The Coaster Ride Coasters kit has the full pattern with detailed instructions. We’ve also provided some pictures of the process…

coaster sandwich and binding
Using the template provided, make a fabric-stabilizer-fabric sandwich. Place it on the bottom side of a silicone coaster. Mark 4 quarter marks on the coaster bottom and fabric sandwich. Line up your quartered off bias binding with these four points and attach with binder clips.

 

Sew the binding to the fabric sandwich and silicone coaster with a scant ¼” seam. Turn the coaster over and finish attaching the binding. Here, you can see basic steps in coaster construction.

Repeat for each of the other three coasters. Then follow the instructions in the pattern to make the Coaster Holder.

Next time you’re looking for that perfect matching set of coasters for your home or a DIY gift to whip up in an afternoon, check out the Coast Ride Coasters from Around the Bobbin!

Here are a few pictures of the Coaster Ride Coasters from Instagram.

Coaster set by Lisa Amundson of Around the Bobbin.

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