My wife thought it was a bad idea but...to protect the new sofa we needed some coasters that didn't look like a bargain from a charity shop.
I found a cool designer felt coaster by zigzign a Danish company and thought I could make one.
No offence but I think mine came out a little better.

Although this took some time the end result was worth it (just watch your fingers on the felting needles - be warned, they are very sharp!)

Step 1: The Equipment

You can get squares of coloured felt very reasonably from the net, mine were £4.50 with P+P and had enough material to do 2 nicely sized coasters. Choose your colours and get felting needles (size 40 gauge).
<p>This is beautiful!</p>
Superglue works via an exothermic reaction. That's the heat you felt. It's just way easier to feel through fabric than other materials typically bonded with superglue. <br> <br>I made some felt coasters myself recently - nothing like these - I really love your use of felting needles! I'm going to have to try it.

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