Pojagi Coaster Pattern

picture of cup with coaster and title "pojagi coaster pattern".

If you want to dip your toe into traditional pojagi, but you are nervous about committing to a large project, coasters are the perfect solution.

pair of hand-stitched ramie coasters

They are 4″ square, so it’s just the right size for your favourite mug.

coaster with cup.

A set of them would make a great gift.

closeup of stitching on white and blue fabric.

They can be made with either linen or ramie fabric and are stitched with perle cotton thread.

Using linen and perle cotton is not as difficult as silk fabric and thread, since it is easier to see and manipulate. This is great if you are just learning a new technique.

blue and yellow square coaster.

Each one uses only a tiny bit of fabric, so it isn’t a big investment.

In my shop you can get the pattern alone or as part of a kit with fabric and thread. It’s also available at Etsy.

Add a smile to your next cup of coffee with this little piece of stitching.

patchwork with orange, blue and green.

Elizabeth DeCroos - Epida Studio.

Elizabeth DeCroos

Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
Learn more and get her to speak to your group.

Living room picture with title Diamond Table Runner Pattern

Diamond Table Runner

hand-stitched runner made with linen and perle cotton

pojagi made with colourful strips and title "Glow"

Glow window hanging

modern pojagi window hanging in a rainbow of colours

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