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Felt Poinsettia Coasters

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Felt Poinsettia Coasters use stacked applique for festive coasters with a three-dimensional look and texture. This quilted coaster tutorial is a quick project you can tackle right before a Christmas party or other holiday gathering.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueApplique

Easy

MATERIALS:

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Using the patterns, for each coaster cut 1 leaf base from green, 1 flower base from red or white, 6 petals from red or white, and 1 center from yellow. Notice that there is a dot on one of the petals on the leaf base and on the flower base.  Use a pin to mark this petal - you'll be matching them up later on.

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  2. Take the flower base and fold it into fourths. Mark the center with a Sharpie (don't worry - it won't show).

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  3. Take one petal. Pin it onto the base so that the bottom point is on the center dot you made and the top point goes between two of the base petals. Sew into place as shown.

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  4. Repeat with the other five petals.

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  5. Pin the center onto the flower where the petals come together. Sew into place.

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  6. Matching the petals on the leaf base and flower base that have a dot, pin the two bases together. Sew together by sewing along the edge of the petals on the flower base.

    Felt Poinsettia Coasters

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  7. Trim the leaf base as needed.

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The pattern comes up so very huge couldn't possibly use it.

How do I print the patterns? Only the words Flower Base are printing.

I think these would be great as table decorations instead of coasters and agree with Member 5148550. Also, I'm guessing that you could attach some monofilament thread to them and hang them.

I WOULD LOVE TO MAKE THESE COASTERS, BUT I HAVE FOUND OUT THE HARD WAY THAT WHEN FELT GETS WET IT WILL BLEED ONTO FURNITURE, NAPKINS, TABLECLOTHS, ETC. IF I HAVE THE TIME I WILL TRACE A PATTERN ONTO THIN CORK AND GLUE IT TO THE BACK.

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