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Thread: Quick and Easy Coaster

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    I have made them also. They are additive. Never tried the triangle tho. Will see if I can do that one. Thanks for posting.

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    very cute,thanks for the tute
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    Thanks for posting this! A picture says a thousand words!
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    I have done the one with the triangles as Christmas tree ornaments...just add a loop of ribbon with the ends on the corner under the folded triangles.

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    Chasezzz, that would be good for little tiny squares of fabric. I will try it. Thanks so much!
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    Thanks for the tut...I have also made these with 5 inch squares... the onlt thing I did different was to put batting....now you gave me an idea to make hot pads...Thanks

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    I always put a 5" square of warm and natural batting in mine.

    Very nice tutorial, well done.

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    I had not seen the one using triangles. They are pretty cute! It would be a great way to use up extra charm squares. Thanks for the lesson.

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    Lots of variations. Thanks for sharing.
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    Very nice. I use this same tecnique to make coasters to fit on the bottom of my wine glasses. No more rings on my tables, I slip them on the glasses before my guests arrive and each one is different so everyone knows what glass is there's.

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