Coasting along

I’ve been on a coaster-making kick lately.   They say that necessity is the mother of all inventions, so it turns out that my Dunkin Donuts addiction has really paid off.

Posted by robyn on September 5th, 2009 under crafts

3 Responses to “Coasting along”

  1. Peggy B Says:

    Hi Robyn,
    I made some wonky log cabin coasters with batting unknown leftover) of course but they seem kinda thin. Is this normal or do I need to use double batting or just a different kind of batting. Banjo looks like part terrier, is she? She reminds me of my first dog a black terrier mix from the pound we named Zorro. Good sewing!

  2. robyn Says:

    Hi Peggy, I’ve made coasters with thicker and thinner batting. I actually think I prefer thinner, since the drink sits more comfortably on it, but it doesn’t always look as coastery as you’d think. Banjo’s a labradoodle. No terrier despite the terrier-like beard!

  3. zinssatz kredit gewerblich Says:

    jeez, I sure hope Swish is back. Put me in the Swish love category. He didn't hit in October – neither did Tex. At least, not this year. And Alex has had more down years than up. His defense isn't up to Gardner's caliber, but then again, whose is? He's gotten better, he's worked on his throwing (which has improved,) and his batting stats are a bit better this year than last. And don't forget – as concerned as the Yankees are about pitching, he is the ONLY pitcher on the staff with an ERA of 0.00. ;D

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