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Thread: I made a Japanese Coaster - thanks Terri!

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    This was really fun to do and a great tute! :D
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    Your wine coaster couldn't have
    turned out any nicer!! :D I love it,
    it's to cute for words. Now I want
    to make one myself!! Thank you
    for sharing with all of us.
    :D :D :D :D :D

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    Oh, how cute! They would make wonderful Christmas gifts.

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    So cute. Great job.

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    Oh, how cute is that!!! You say there's a tute, I'll have to look for it.

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    Love it.

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    Here's the tute - I'm sorry, I should've put the link up at the beginning. :oops:

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    What an awesome coaster!!! You did great!!! :D :D :D
    Good tute :wink:

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    Very clever! I'm going to have to make some of those. The wine and tomatoes look wonderful too! Where's the cheese?

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    Nice! Looks like you did a great job.

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    Great job!
    Did you make the square bigger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chele
    Very clever! I'm going to have to make some of those. The wine and tomatoes look wonderful too! Where's the cheese?
    :lol: In the fridge - tell me when you're dropping by and I'll take it out to acclimatise! :wink: :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    Great job!
    Did you make the square bigger?
    Yes I did Terri but only by half an inch - merely because that was the width of the strip of fabic I wanted to use. :D But I think it's big enough for a wine bottle, what do you think? Oh also, I didn't use interfacing because I haven't got any (good reason?!) so it's a bit floppy. I starched the fabric well but that won't last so I'll definitely get some interfacing before knocking these out for Christmas presents. I LOVE them!!! Thanks so much for sharing the tute. :D

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    That is cute nice job.

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    Very clever! You did a great job.
    -Les

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    Nice job!
    I can see you making tons of these!! :D

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    how long did it take to make? I think I might make a couple for xmas gifts too!

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    They only take about an hour at the most

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    That's so cute!!! I have a SIL who loves wine, I might have to try and make some of these for her!! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    They only take about an hour at the most
    Yes took about that but I think if I did a few up to the machining stage then handsewed in an evening they would work out quicker! :D And yes Esq I'm planning on doing a few as Christmas presents. :D

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