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Thread: Pretty Coasters-Free pattern

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    These are cute and would be pretty to make in holiday colors. I am thinking fall right now.

    http://www.craftpassion.com/2009/09/...er.html?pid=46

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    Wow!
    What a terriffic idea!!
    Thank you!

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    Thanks for the link! Great ideas.

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    These are really cute! :thumbup:

    Thanks for idea and the link.

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    Cute! Thank you!

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    They are cute. Thanks for the link. I am bookmarking it.

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    Would you believe that my filter would not let me get on. Reason : matchmaking! I think the word passion did it. What a laugh. I will try directly.

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    Thanks for the website

    Granny K

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    I love this idea. My mom has lots of cotton curtain fabric left over from a business she once owned (Drapery and Upholstery fabric). The prints are not very "in" so we have talked of doing this method to make some rags rugs ourselves. Just have not gotten to it yet.

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    We could use the same fabric to make the coasters and rag rugs. This same blog has a tutoral on making the rugs.

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