Winter Wonderland Coasters Gift Set

December 2, 2016By Janice FergusonEmbroidery, Projects, Sewing 13 Comments Opinion by Paid Consultant

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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13 Comments

  • 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

    • 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

    • 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

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

    • 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

    • Hi Donna,
      I love the idea of customizing this quick and easy project for Florida’s climate. The use of this ibroidery.com palm tree design would work well.
      design http://www.ibroidery.com/DesignDetail.aspx?DownloadID=2366
      You could use your built in alphabet and the array feature to arc Merry Christmas text above the trees.
      On the back, instead of the snowflake, you could use this nice redwork holly design. As you know, we do have holly in Florida and it says Christmas as well as the snowflake! This design would enlarge nicely to fit the area. Happy Christmas sewing!

  • Janice this is a wonderful project. I plan to make some of these to have on hand for next Christmas. I think I might also make a few with monograms to make for my sister’s and sister-in-laws to go with their aprons I am making. I love your projects and I am so glad to get projects here for my Brother machine

    • Thank you Kay for the kind words to Janice! We love her projects too and are so happy so many of you agree!!
      Thanks for the comment!!
      Best,
      Kimberli

    • Kay, I’m so glad that this project appeals to you. Having them on hand for next Christmas is a great idea. As hostess gifts for holiday parties and other occasions, they would be ready to go. What a great idea to make a monogrammed set to go with aprons you are making so lovingly for your relatives! Having a Brother machine makes gift giving fun and easy. Thanks for writing, Kay.

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