How to Make Windowed Fabric Coasters

How to Make Windowed Fabric Coasters

Coasters are always a fun item to make and to give as gifts. These windowed fabric coasters are simple and fun to make. They are great for the holidays and for gifts. They take just a few minutes to put together and you can highlight a special piece of fabric as you are doing so. I chose to make some Christmas windowed fabric coasters for this post but you could use just about any fabrics you like. If you would like just plain fabric coasters check out my fabric coasters post here

I chose Christmas fabrics for my windowed fabric coasters that I purchased at JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores but you could use any type of cotton fabric you like by heading to fabric.com or onlinefabricstore.net. This post contains affiliate links that if you click on them and make a purchase I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.

What you will Need: How to Make Windowed Fabric Coasters

Step 1: Cut your Fabrics

Cut your fabrics according to the dimensions above.

Cut your fabrics

Step 2: Create the Window

Take the interior piece and draw a 3 1/8″ diameter circle in the center on the wrong side of the fabric. Place the interior piece and one exterior piece right sides together. Stitch around the circle you just drew. Cut out the center of the circle leaving a 1/4″ seam allowance. Clip the curves. turn right sides out. Press.

Create the window
Cut the hole
Turn right sides out

Step 3: Add the Second Exterior Piece

Place the outer window piece and the outer square right sides together. Stitch them together using a 3/8″ seam allowance. Clip the corners and turn right sides out and press.

Add the back
Turn right sides out

Step 4: Add the Decorative Fabric

Trim around your decorative fabric so that it fits inside the circle window opening. Stitch around the circle and the edges to secure. You have now finished your windowed fabric coasters.

Add accent fabric
Topstitch
How to Make Windowed Fabric Coasters

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