Copyright © 2011- All Rights Reserved - Written by Carina Envoldsen-Harris of Carina's Craftblog blog.
Here's what Carina had to say about her tutorial: This is an idea. I would call it a tutorial, but it is so easy, it can hardly be called that. I had a few smallish scraps of fabric (lightly coated with something so it can be wiped clean.. what do you call it?) that my mum gave me a couple of years ago.
It's very pretty (tiny strawberries!) but the scraps weren't large enough to use for a 'proper' project like a bag or something. But then I had this idea to use it for coasters. Not that we need *that* many coasters, it's just the two of us, after all. However, I'm always afraid that I'm going to set down my glass on the edge of a coaster and it'll tip over and drink will go everywhere (yeah, I should just look when I put down my glass, oh well).
So these coasters help avoid clumsy-ness related spillages as well as use those scraps for something!
Carina's Bio: Carina is a Danish girl living in Essex, England with her husband. She's an artist and crafter who loves to crochet, draw, sew, paint, and embroider.
Copyright © 2011 - All Rights Reserved - Written by Carina Envoldsen-Harris of Carina's Craftblog blog. Please visit Carina's new Carina's Craftblog blog at http://carinascraftblog.wardi.dk , her Wardi.dk website, her Carina Wardi Etsy shop, and her Polka & Bloom Etsy shop .