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    round wine coasters

    I'm looking for the post from a few weeks ago on how to make round wine coasters with a four patch posie effect. I've looked all over and it must have been inside another tute. Can anyone help me find it?
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    Where to order and How-to video tutorial

    You can buy chip board coasters in bulk. They're available in round or square. This company serves both Canada and the U.S. (It may have been called American Coaster in the past).

    To order coasters: You would want to do a bulk buy with other interested people. Also, I would find out where their warehouse is located to pick up the order if possible.

    http://canadacoaster.com/order_scrapbooking.php
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    It sounds like this may be what you're looking for... I've made them using this method, only cutting and folding circles instead of squares. The technique is the same. http://vtmountaingal.blogspot.com/20...-tutorial.html
    Wendy

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    Quote Originally Posted by azwendyg View Post
    It sounds like this may be what you're looking for... I've made them using this method, only cutting and folding circles instead of squares. The technique is the same. http://vtmountaingal.blogspot.com/20...-tutorial.html
    I've been making these with a layer of batting between the two bottom layers. It adds some absorbency. I also use 5 inch squares- using my accuquilt cutter or charm packs. I recently purchased the 8 inch square accuquilt die to make matching potholders. Haven't made the potholders yet but the coasters are looking great. I have attached the link to the you tube video. Hope it works.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sipzC...ure=plpp_video

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    Wink

    Here's a tutorial that was posted by craftybear recently.

    http://www.bethanyreynolds.com/coasters.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkm View Post
    that's a good tut. thanks for the link
    Nancy in western NY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkm View Post
    This is the one!!!!!! Bless you!!
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    thank you everyone for your help!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkm View Post
    those are great. Glad I stopped by this topic.

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