Fabric Placemat and Coasters

Hello everyone! Kymona here with a new project for you, fabric placemat and coasters using fabric that is all about coffee.

Let’s take a look at a fabric placemat and coasters:

Super cute table setting for guests when they come over. A place for their mug and snacks without making a mess or leaving rings on the table.

These are easy to make and do not require a lot of fabric.

Fabric Collection:

Coffee Chalk by J. Wecker Frisch for Riley Blake Design is a brewed collection for coffee lovers. The prints contain nostalgic coffee pots, coffee cup border strips, dots, beans, swirls, and text.

Coffee Chalk Fabric

This collection has 30 prints and about 5 colorways.

Here’s what you need to create the placemat and the coasters:


Note: Some of the links below contain affiliate links.

Coffee Chalk Collection
Aurifil Thread
bernette 77
Cutting Mat
Rotary Cutter


Top, batting, and backing fabric: 13 inches by 10.5 inches
Binding: 2 strips


Top, batting, and backing: 5.5 inches

The placemat is made by creating a quilt sandwich, quilting it, and adding the binding.

The coasters are made but placing the backing fabric down right sides up, then the top fabric right sides down, then the batting.

Clip them and stitch around using a 1/4 inch. Leave a hole for turning.

After turning, stitch 1/8 inch around the entire coaster closing the hole.

Coffee Chalk


Coffee Chalk

Coffee Chalk

What do you think?

Will you try to make your own placemat and coaster? I would love to see them.

Supplies used:

Coffee Chalk Fabric    

Thank you so much,

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