Winter Wonderland Coasters Gift Set

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Add a touch of elegance to holiday festivities with Winter Wonderland Coasters! Enjoy them at home or bring a stack of four as a hostess gift to a holiday party. The tree and snowflake designs are suitable throughout the cold winter months and some how seem to warm up any room.

Machine:

Brother Sewing and Embroidery Machine with a 4"x4" embroidery hoop

Supplies:

Fabric:

  • (4) 8" squares of white linen or cotton
  • (4) 8" squares of green linen
  • (4) 8" squares of thin cotton batting or 8 flannel squares

Embroidery Designs:

Notions/Trims:

  • Embroidery Thread
  • Machine Embroidery Bobbin Thread
  • Sewing Machine Needle size 70/10 or 80/12
  • Machine Embroidery Needle
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Fabric Chalk
  • Sewing Pins
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Optional: Rotary Cutter/Mat for cutting Fabric
  • Optional: ribbon for tying stack of coasters
Finished size: 5" Square Makes a set of 4 Coasters FREE PDF Project Instruction Sheet Download

Steps to make the Winter Wonderland Coaster Set

Step 1

Embroider your Winter Wonderland Design in center of white linen square. For ease in accurate trimming, mark center of design before embroidery begins.
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Step 2

Hoop batting and green linen (with no stabilizer) for coaster backing. Embroider snowflake. Trim to 6".
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Step 3

Trim batting 3/4" from batting. Baste to linen.
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Step 4

Stitch squares together with 1/2" seam, right sides together, with batting on top. Leave opening for turning.

Step 5

Clip corners and turn coaster to right side. Press lightly.

Step 6

Remove basting threads. Hand whip stitch opening closed.

Step 7

Sew decorative or straight stitch 1/2" from finished edge.

Step 8

Press lightly. Stack and tie with ribbon or cord.
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Comments (9)
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Jennifer Stearn Says:
12/3/2016 5:31:21 PM

Barbara Peter I am in UK and it downloaded fine for me. I did have my pe design unit plugged in to my laptop to save it to file so maybe thats why it saved ok

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Jeannette Wilson Says:
12/5/2016 8:43:40 AM

Cute idea for the holidays.

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Teela Falgoust Says:
11/12/2017 9:33:16 PM

Great hostess gift! Very cute!

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Kimberli MacKay Says:
12/4/2016 3:41:17 PM

Hello Linda, Sorry for the confusion! Please note that the Snowflakes shown are available on iBroidery BIC-ATGASF026 and BIC-ATGASF025. The design on the front is in the FREE downloadable Zip file. Best, Kimberli

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Kimberli MacKay Says:
12/5/2016 1:48:13 AM

Hi Donna, Palm trees sound so fun!! Please be sure to post a photo on our Facebook or Instagram page and tag us at @BrotherSews and #StitchingSewcial! We'd LOVE to see it!! Thank you for stopping by and come again! Best, Kimberli

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Barbara Peter Says:
12/3/2016 12:22:34 PM

Super idea. However, I can't download the design as I live in the UK, despite having a Brother machine. Please, Brother, extend your site so that UK sewers can download designs; other US sites are accessible in the UK. Regards Barbara Peter

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Janice Ferguson Says:
12/20/2017 4:50:54 AM

Teela, they do indeed make a great hostess gift. I wish I had a stack ready for the holidays. Thanks for your comment.

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Linda kern Says:
12/4/2016 3:24:57 PM

The zip file does not include the snowflake shown on the picture for the back?

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Donna Says:
12/4/2016 10:54:42 PM

What a pretty project, elegant, but it looks doable for even me! I think we need one with palm trees for our Florida holidays! :)

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