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December 02, 2008


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Thanks for one's marvelous posting! I certainly enjoyed reading it, you're a great author.I will be sure to bookmark your blog and will come back very soon. I want to encourage you to continue your great writing, have a nice day!


You write well will be waiting for your new publications.


Are you eager to secure funds for that dream project of yours?

Jordan 1

Moderate drinking good for you! Alcohol on the body is hurt more than big! We should take good care of your body! Thank you for your suggestions! You're a good person

Rebecca Schmelter

Visited a winery today and saw simular coasters and LOVED IT! Thanks for making this tutorial. Can't wait to give to friends. Oh, we really enjoy a semi sweet red wine. This winery had one made with blueberries.Excellent! Thanks again!


Thanks for the great tutorial! I love these coasters 'cause they stay with the glass. My husband and I belong to several small wine groups and these will make terrific gifts. My favorite wine is a good Cabernet but I love most dry reds. The Tempranillos are delicious! And my idea of "group therapy" is one white wine, one red wine, and a glass of bubbly. Looking forward to your new fabric line. Happy Holidays to you!

Vilborg Hellu

Blessuð og sæl Guðrún Erla, þetta eru alveg snilldar glasabakkar,eins og allt sem þú gerir það er allt mjög fallegt. Ég óska þér og fjölskyldu þinni gleðilegra jóla og hlakka til að sjá hvað þér dettur í hug á nýju ári.

Darlene B

Great tutorial! I would love to be included in the drawing - especially since my birthday is Dec. 21 - so I know what it's like having a birthday so close to Christmas. I rarely drink wine, but when I do, it has to be something sweet, not dry.

Sigrun Johannsdottir

Frábær hugmynd, verð að prófa :-) Takk fyrir að deila þessu með okkur.


On your upcoming birthday - HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!!! I have to admit to continually celebrating my 39th bd - that way I've had all my kidlets - because I LOVE my life with them in it :)

THANK YOU for the coaster tutorial - it's great. I'm going to make coffee coaster from it. I have some coffee themed fat quarters and a few little gifties to make and this looks like the perfect match. So thanks for making gift giving a little easier for me this year.

Now why some lovely Journey fabric is needed at our house - 'cause it's time to create a few new things for my living room and you guesed it - Journey is the perfect fit. Or maybe a lovely new tote/purse... the possibilities!!

P.S. A lovely red is Lindelman's Bin 45. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of a really nice Riesling we purchased at Sam's Club - cool bottle - hint of pear... if it comes to me i'll let you know.

Enjoy this wonderful season and thanks again for a wonderful tutorial. Well done!

Jennifer from MN

I am new to your blog. I did a Google search for quilting blogs and found yours. I love the cute coasters! They are so creative. I also love fabric and would love to win some!

Cathy McMann

Great tutorial - those coasters are good for a party and would also make a nice gift. There is a white Spanish wine I like called albarino- the brand I buy is Burgans Albarino. Enjoy!

Eygló Lilja frænka !

Elsku Guðrún. óska þér innilega til hamingju með afmælið þitt í dag. Er að fara í Þorlákshöfn í árlegt jólaföndur með hinum skvísunum ( mömmu þinni og ömmu ). Allt ákaflega fallegt sem þú ert að gera og frábært hvað gengur vel. Ég er þræl motin af þér. Kveðjur til þinna. ( er örugglega ekki á réttum stað með þessa kveðju á netinu, en vonandi lestu þetta fljótlega.


I really love your blog. The coasters are very cute. They would be a great gift! w/ a bottle of wine to go along with.

Mary on Lake Pulaski

The tutorial was excellent. I think I will put those holiday fat quarters to use tomorrow.
But more importantly, I would absolutely love to have some of your new fabric and would feel SOOOOO special.

Amy C

How cute! I never think of stuff like this to make. I will follow your instructions and see how it turns out. Maybe I'll use them. My husband and I have been trying all kinds of wine in the hopes of finding one we like. No luck yet. I guess it is the tartness.

Linda Stolee

Mmmm, wine, I remember when I could drink wine--but I can't any more. Used to love those dry reds. Sigh. So I could really use more, oops, some?, fabric! Happy birthday!
Lurking Linda


Happy Birthday and thank you for the wonderful tutorial. This will be a lot of fun to make. Congrats on the new fabric line coming out next year. I would love to win this give-away. Thank you for offering it. My favorite wine is a Merlot or a mild Zinfadel. I don't have a favorite brand. Take care and God bless, Cory


Love those coasters! I also love the fact the coaster follows the glass. I’ll be making some for gifts and to keep. Enter me in the give-away Please. I got a sneak peek of your lines at the Fergus Falls guild meeting. Your colors are so VIBRANT!


Hello, Gudrun!

What a wonderful idea! I´ve seen some costers, but none to hold the glass!
- You have to try this wine: In Germany it calls "Dornfelder", there is sweet and dry, I like the sweet red wine. Very good!
I´m also at the sweet red wine trip...
Please put me in your draw!
I´ll put you in my bloglines to visit you regularly!

Bye, Susuko.

Gale Lavers

Super tutorial, I think a few of these and a bottle of my favorite (Little Penguin a South Eastern Australia) wine would make a great hostess gift. Would love to be the winner of your new fabric line.


What a terrific tutorial, can't comment on the wines, I don't drink, but I'd love some of your new fabric. I'm sure is beautiful.


Great tutorial! Just what I was looking for to give a friend who is the hostess of all group gatherings for our friends. To make them match but different, I plan to "fussy-cut" different motifs for the centers in my set of 8. Hopefully that will solve the losing your glass problem and make them more identifiable!
Thanks for the lesson!

Terry Giet

What a great tutorial and what a great idea! And I'd love to be entered in your giveaway! Thanks so much! :0)


Love your tutorial - you have really great instructions! I'm not a drinker so I can't comment on types of wine, but I am a fabriholic and can't wait to see your line of fabric. That is really exciting news!


Great idea and a great tutorial. Thanks.

Kim West

Great Tutorial - I must try these soon. My only problem is I don't know any wine drinkers.

Happy Birthday!!!

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