At the end of September my friend Emma is running a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. A special event at her coffee morning will be a raffle of lovely handmade items made by local crafters.
Raffle contributions were asked to have a kitchen theme. I drew a blank on what to make until I saw this quick, fun tutorial that Jeni Baker featured in her latest newsletter (I definitely recommend subscribing. It’s a great read).
This set of six cute coasters was made entirely from scraps from an earlier quilt. The only change I made to the tutorial was to fussy cut the centre squares thus highlighting a kitchen related image – the fabric collection is called Milk Cow Kitchen (Moda) which explains the pictures of cows and milk bottle tops.
These sweet coasters would look fab in a county kitchen or a rustic kitchen or any kitchen really. To be in with a chance of winning these or any of the other lovely prizes, check out Emma’s Just Giving page and help support this worthy cause. Good luck!