Keep a handkerchief & consider this decor

Coasters are an appealing way to add touches of decorative style to your home while also maintaining the integrity of your furniture. When you have coasters lying around, you're discreetly showing your guests that you'd like them to respect your space, but doing so in a way that's both subtle and inviting. Coasters don't have to be boring — they can highlight your style and eye for design.
Happily, you don't have to break the bank buying new coasters for your home after your old ones have gotten stained or gone missing. Instead, opt for creating your own. This makes a fun project if you're someone who likes to refresh your home decor with the changing of seasons, holidays and special occasions.
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Materials
- Handkerchief
-Fabric for backing
- Scissors
- Fabric marker
- Pins
- Sewing machine
- Plastic canvas
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Instructions
1. Lay your handkerchief flat on your workspace. Measure and cut out the size you want your coaster to be.
2. Trace the piece you just cut out along a piece of fabric that you'll use for backing.
3. Lay the inside pieces against each other, and pin the edges.
4. Sew along the edges, leaving one edge open.
5. Cut the corners at an angle.
6. Turn the coaster right-side out.
7. Trace and cut along the plastic canvas to fit the size of the coaster.
8. Pin the canvas to the back of the coaster.
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9. Sew along all four edges.
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