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October 13, 2011



These are just adorable. What do you mean by "have your seams on the inside?" Didn't you just layer the material and batting and then sew "squares?" I agree, a video would be terrific.
Thanks for sharing such a cute idea.


WOW!! Great project. After seeing tons and tons of cards and projects with spice cake paper and fabric - this project has made me realize I must get this fabric ASAP. Love the idea - so tired of coasters that aren't pretty - too bad I don't live in Canada cuz I bet your workshops are a blast!! Thanks for all the inspirationn! I'm a frequent visitor - but not often commenter.

Allison LaRue

I second that request for a video. I just got a new sewing machine and am taking classes, but I'm still a complete novice. I would LOVE to make these coasters for Christmas presents! They seem simple, but I can botch just about anything. Thanks for the constant inspiration!

Katie Doggart


You are so sweet! I love the coasters (and now that I have more spice cake fabric I may make some too)....the name that you are thinking off is "Mug Rug" (basically a mini quilt - there are a whole bunch of photos and groups on flickr decicated to them)... and I am working on a Teapot themed mug rug with the Spice cake fabric.


being a sewer since 6 y.o I almost didn't sign up as a demo. w/SU, as there wasn't fabric to incooperate with c.s.& everything else this great company has to offer. I have alot of items with their fabric; must confess, I'm not in love with the quality of the cotton, but, it's better than some being offered in stores. TFS this darling project & thank you to Katie for the idea!

Theresa McK

Oops! MUst be tooooo early for me... I meant to say that I'm not GOOD at sewing! and MAYBE I'll learn one of these days! I guess I better go get some coffee! LOL

Theresa McK

Sew CUTE! I love that DSP and the Fabric! I just wish I was goos at sewing! Mayb one of these days I'll learn! :O)

patty daley


You need to make a video of the coasters, they sound simple, however, a visual is much better!

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