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Chinese Blossoms CD ITH Coaster...I had to use an image that was supplied for my digitizing class challenge so this is what I did...not one of my favorite creations, but I had to work with what I was given...Anyway, decided after I digitized it I would tu
Daffodil Mug Rug/Coasters...my first draft...one is a top view and the other is the front view...I love that they are quilted through...got some tweaking to do...so back to the "drawing board"...First photo is of the Front and the second photo is of the
My ode to the Pansy Mug Rug/Coaster...Inspired by the other Pansy Mug Rugs, I digitized this one which also includes a leaf as a part of the design...it is about 5" x 5.75". They are quilted through...the last photo is of the back...
Daisy Mug Rug/Coaster...I was inspired by the Pansy and decided to digitize my own Daisy...This was my test stitch-out...I think it turned out really well...It has a double layer of cotton batting and it is about 5" x 5.75". I have included photos of b
EDIT: Two newest with all gold metallic trim and added a berry bottom star; they are the last photo...Holly Mug Rug/Coasters..Chris Pennifold, you were on my mind all day today! Thought these would be lovely on a holiday table. They are for the 5x7 hoop
Third and last design for my digitizing class challenge with some applique pieces...I did this in two sizes...one is 5"x5" and the other is 8"x8"...The 8x8 has the extra backstitch borders...they also coordinate with the first two. I think they turne
I digitized this Jacobean Tulip for my digitizing class challenge and then decided it would make a great coaster/mug rug...I used metallic thread and it really does sparkle...If you look closely, you can see some of it in the decorative border, too...it w
OMG...look who found a friend...or maybe a lover... Couldn't resist having a pair of these cuties...I'm thinking of making them for my grand nieces and nephews for the "snacks" and putting their names on them...hope you like her, too!
WOW...my 5x7 Hoop Cuties....I spent the afternoon lamenting because I didn't think I could do a pocket mug/coaster/mat that some Cuties wanted...so...here is the fruit of my labor...is does work! What a surprise!...let me know what you think...
I know more coasters...I got started and I can't stop...here is one with a snowflake made from "Noel" and it is for the 5x7 inch hoop...When I stitched this I didn't notice that part of the snowflake was a bit askew...so I had to go back and tweak it
So....I know another coaster or mug rug...but I couldn't resist...I think this one is just too cute...and a twist...a pocket for your spoon or candy cane or ??? I must admit...I love the pocket..and who doesn't love gingerbread cookies??? YUMMY!
So, I got to thinking about our Cuties with only 4 inch hoops and thought I'd give a go trying to come up with a coaster that they could do...well, it's small, but serviceable...especially for a cocktail glass...Let me know what you think my 4x4 Cuties.
Happy Holly-Days Coasters - Thought I'd get a start on holiday party fare so I designed these coasters based upon in-the-hoop quilt blocks that I call "strip and flip" blocks...They are quick and easy to make, once you get the fabric organized...hope y