Friday, 19 April 2013

pop flower coasters


I added some more bloom to my living room! I made pop flower coasters using this tutorial.



I'm still a novice at applique (can't you tell?!) but it's all experience and I'm pretty sure those zig zags will still do the job, even if they are not at the edges exactly! I really enjoyed the little bit of hand quilting on each one too.




They work really nicely in my living room with my Retro Flowers quilt!


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32 comments:

  1. Cute coasters! They are a nice complement to your quilt! Love the hand stitching!

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  2. So sweet and fun! Great job!!!
    Esther

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  3. They are cute! I wouldn't have guessed you didnt put the zig zag on the insides on purpose. It is a cute effect.

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  4. Love the coasters! They do look great together.

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  5. No, I cannot tell you are novice! Your applique curves look great to me!

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  6. Love your coasters! they are adorable! I need to make something with flowers for a blog hop I joined, I think I will make some of these :)

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  7. Yay! Coasters, not mug rugs!

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  8. Ill be sure to test one with my next brew. Tea, one sugar x

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  9. Nice coasters and they fit with your retro flower quilt well. Di x

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  10. Cute coasters! Such a lovely quilt too :)

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  11. What a great idea - they look fantastic

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  12. Well of course, everyone should have coasters to match their quilts... ;o)

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  13. The coasters are cute and they do perfectly match your quilt.

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  14. Those coasters are SO cute. I really love them. It would be so cute to have a quilt made like that.

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  15. How cute Lucy. I still love your quilt too ; )

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  16. Ok, those are just too cute. :-)

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  17. These are so cute! They're so cheery together :-)

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  18. These are really cute- and I still love your retro flowers! :o)

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  19. Those coasters are so fun! Great to see your Retro Flowers again!

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  20. SO very sweet! And I *love* that retro flowers quilt!

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  21. I'm in love with your retro flowers....big enough for lots of chocolate biscuits!

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