Wool coasters

Protect your furniture in style with these wool coasters. Discover a variety of designs and colors to add a touch of elegance to your home decor.
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Cozy up your home with design, texture, and color. Our artisan-made eco-friendly wool coasters and trivets protect your table and countertops from hot or cold beverages while looking beautiful, naturally. They are crafted from 100% wool in a swirl design using age-old techniques. Handmade in Nepal by a Fair-Trade women's cooperative. V7717,Felted Swirl Wool Trivets,Set of 3,table accent,hot plate,pot holder,table accent,wedding gift,hostess gift,for the kitchen,kitchen…

Leala Sears
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Our friend Jen showed us a new way to play with wool - yipeeee!! Really. If you are at all into making things with wool, you need to try this. I have no idea what to call it - I've been googling all kinds of descriptions just to see what all a person could do with this, but I'm not coming up with anything! (ok, I just went and looked again. For a long time. Nothing.) I took pictures as she made a few pieces, and then Eliza got excited about making a photo tutorial, so here is a combination…

Cherry Diana Sneath
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I featured Ann's fabulous Etsy shop, Lavendar Tree, a while back, and even hosted a giveaway for one of her gorgeous pillows. She is one talented recycled wool artist, and she has generously given me permission to share her awesome beaded coaster tutorial with all of you! I love this tutorial for so many reasons... you don't use a sewing machine, so anyone can make them, you can reuse beads from a thrifted, broken, or unloved necklace, you can use wool scraps left over from bigger projects…

Ursula Thomas