New in the shop: Coasters

One of my shop-related goals for the year is to introduce a new product every month. This will help to expand my shop inventory and push my creativity, as well as experiment with what my best products are. This month, I’ve introduced coasters!

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These fabric coasters have 4 layers to them. The top is cotton fabric, the same material I make bags with. Next is a layer of interfacing. Again, like my bags, the interfacing serves to help the coasters keep their shape. I wanted something semi-stiff, not something flopping all over the place. Next is a layer of white muslin.

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The bottom is a layer of white select grip, which is that stuff you line cabinets and drawers with so your dishware isn’t sliding around.

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I wanted a non-slip coaster, something that will securely protect your table tops. Select grip doesn’t leave marks, because it isn’t colored. And it’s washable! This is super important because I want everything I make to be able to go in a washing machine.

Currently, I’m offering One of a Kind sets of 2 or 4 coasters. I hope to eventually offer a selectable set size of 2 to 8 coasters.

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