These are a set of coasters are made for my sister for her Birthday. She loves them and so do all her sewing friends. They are so quick and easy to make. The designs are from http://sanfranciscostitchco.com.
I usually forget to take photos of my projects but this time I have remembered. Getting ready for the 4 day Market at Easter. I sell a lot of Coasters and always asked for unusual colours. You would not believe the problems while sewing a pink Rose Glass
Golden Holly & Poinsettia Mug Rug/Coasters...since I am not a huge fan of Red & Green...I decided to do these with Gold Metallic & Beige fabrics...The print is actually a Poinsettia print that I think works well here...I am wondering about the green leave
Merry Christmas Cuties! A gift of coasters...a dozen! I used the same free kreativekiwi design, but I used a brighter green and added a monogram in a darker green. They stitch up fairly quickly, but I ironed and cut out all my fabrics, padding and s
Poinsettia Mug Rug/Coasters...Had to digitize something to go with the Holly!! The first photo was my first test stitch-out...(the green ones are the back sides) Then a small change for the 2nd stitch-out...Can you see the difference in the two? Which on
Hi Cuties, I got these made today, for a add-to gift. Shh---keep the secret, they are for my sister. I wanted to work on some for me, a different kind, but haven't decided my fabric yet. This green is a dark green, but in the photos, it looks black
Second Round of Daffodil Mug Rug/Coasters...The problem was that using both styles, they didn't match when I stacked them...then I had a serendipitous moment...Use the same outline for both...Duh! So I redesigned the front view to match the die line of
I know I shared the 3d poinsetta wreath before but in past couple weeks my table setting has grown and I am table ready for Christmas. I made placemats sewing and design I made.Then added stippling. The coaster I did ith as I wanted the gold band in metal