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Halloween Fabric Coasters Using Cricut Glitter Iron-on

Halloween Fabric Coasters Using Cricut Glitter Iron-on

completed halloween fabric coasters

Gather up some Halloween fabric scraps to create these coasters for your next Halloween get together. The hand stitched coasters are more cute than scary, thanks to a glitter iron-on spider design included with Cricut Access.

Materials:

Halloween fabric
Batting
Embroidery needle and floss
Cricut glitter iron-on

Directions:

Cut two 4.5 inch diameter fabric circles for each coaster and one 4.5 inch circle of batting.

Sandwich the batting between the 2 circles of fabric and pin all the layers together as shown.

pin layers together

Stitch around the edge of the fabric using a blanket stitch. (See the DMC stitch guide at https://www.dmc.com/uk/p-embroidery-stitch-guide.html.)

blanket stitch around edges

Using a simple running stitch, create concentric circles about .25 inches apart, beginning from the outer edge of the coaster and working towards the center. (See the DMC stitch guide at https://www.dmc.com/uk/p-embroidery-stitch-guide.html.)

running stitch circles

Create a spider cut design in Cricut Design Space, sizing the spider to about 2 inches wide to fit on the coaster.  I’m using spider design #M8DB1F87, included with Cricut Access.

spider cut design

Make the project using black glitter iron-on, remembering to mirror your design prior to cutting. Weed the cut design.

cut and weed iron-on

Using a Cricut EasyPress or household iron, iron one spider on each coaster following the manufacturer’s instructions.

coaster set

coaster set

completed coaster set

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