Wrap N Fuse Coasters by Nancy Zieman



Cut—Fuse—Coil—Stitch. Those are the four steps to creating Wrap ‘n Fuse Round Up Coasters. Designed by Carol Porter, educator for Clover Needlecraft, these artsy fabric coasters are as enjoyable to make as they are to use! Wrap ‘n Fuse Piping is the key component. A six-yard package is enough to make six coasters. The free project download gives all the details.

Here’s a short summary of the steps:

Cut

Cut the piping into one-yard lengths. Cut bias fabric strips 2-5/8″ wide x 38″ in length.


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Fuse

Wrap the fabric around the Wrap ‘n Fuse Piping, press with a mini-iron.


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Coil

Coil the piping into a coaster shape.


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Stitch

Hand stitch the piping sections.

 
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Watch a video.

You’ll find all the instructions in the FREE project sheet.

It’s time to wrap up the 12 Days of Christmas Sewing, just in time for you to get started with one or more of these projects. What was your favorite sewing project?

Bye for now,

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