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Quilted Color Block Coaster

Introducing the Quilted Color Block Coaster, a stylish and practical addition to your home decor. This coaster is designed with a unique quilted pattern that adds a touch of elegance to any table setting. The color block design features a combination of vibrant hues that will instantly brighten up your space. Made from high-quality materials, this coaster is not only visually appealing but also durable and long-lasting. Whether you're hosting a dinner party or enjoying a quiet evening at home, the Quilted Color Block Coaster is the perfect companion. Its compact size makes it easy to store and transport, while its non-slip bottom ensures that your drinks stay in place. Say goodbye to unsightly water rings on your furniture and hello to a coaster that is as stylish as it is functional. Upgrade your coaster game with the Quilted Color Block Coaster and elevate your home decor to a whole new level.


Use multiple plain color fabrics or colorful printed fabrics for this project. Mix and match the color or prints to create the color block.

Use charm pack size fabric, which is 5″ square or larger square fabrics. The coaster size is easily customizable.

You can use fusible fleece or quilt batting for the layer. Another option is using felt.

  • 2 pieces of 5″ square cotton quilt fabrics, scraps or charm pack size
  • 1 piece of 5″ square fusible fleece or batting
  • Disappeared ink fabric marker. I like this dual-purpose fabric marker
  • Pins or quilting clips
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Thread
  • Chopstick
  • Sewing Machine
  • Ironing machine

Draw a diagonal line on both fabrics.
Or draw a straight line in the middle of both fabrics.

Cut the fabric along the marked line. Put together two different fabric prints with the right side of the fabric facing each other.

Sew the fabric together on the long edge of the triangle fabric.
Sew the fabric together on one of the long edges of the rectangle fabric.

Open the seam, then press it with the ironing machine.

Put together one of the fabrics with the fusible fleece, pin it or use quilting clips.
Topstitch 0.25″ left and right from the diagonal seam.
Topstitch 0.25″ left and right from the middle seam.

Pin together with the other fabric piece, with the right side of both fabrics facing each other.
Sew along the edge of the fabric with a 0.25″ seam allowance.
Skip 2″ for the opening gap.

Trim the extra fusible fleece or batting, then clip all four corners.

Turn the fabric right side out.
Push each corner with a chopstick.

Fold the opening gap inward, then press the coaster with an ironing machine.
Topstitch along the edge and close the opening at the same time.
The color block fabric coaster is ready to use now.

The fabric on these triangle patchwork coasters was from the same charm pack bundle I use for making earbud holders and leftover fabric from ice cream cozy and tissue box cover.

The fabric on these rectangle patchwork coasters was from the fabric I used for making the DIY cell phone bag and leftover fabric from the charm pack bundle for the fabric cord holders.

You can still use this tutorial to make a larger coaster or make it into a rectangle size with multiple patchworks.

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