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November 13, 2008

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Joyce Levengood

Do you have a pattern for these? Could you tell me where to buy it? I am in charge of our quilt guild boutique in October 2009, and I've been looking for something different that the members could make and sell. Thanks! Joyce

Thimbleanna

What an adorable gift! These would be great for the girls at the office!

MichelleB

Adorable! I love them.

Nanette

Really fun and the fabrics and sewing/quilting is perfection. Everything you make turns out so well. Great gift.

M

Those are as cute as can be.....I love them. I may have to try to make one too.

Strangely enough my husband doesn't want one? Silly man.

Sabine

BEAUTIFUL!!!!!
Hi Sarah,
although I havenĀ“t such a cup for the coffee I love these cup-coats! Yes, sell them on Etsy, that will be a great success!!! The fabrics you chose are so pretty. What a wonderful idea!
Have a nice day,
Sabine POP xxx

Julia

Hi Sarah,
oh, these coffee cosies are ADORABLE...soo cute! Do you sell the pattern/permission to make similar items??? I'd love to make one for me, too! {and it's the perfect quick little gift}
Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog {sorry I didn't get back earlier!} - love your name for a wire haired dachshund...
Hugs, Julia

Eileen

So creative and cute and PRACTICAL. People will love these!

Stephanie

So pretty! They should be a good seller in this coffee loving world.

Niki :)

Oh I want one! Beautiful. Great idea! Quilty hugs.
Niki

elizabeth of course

Genius with the button and elastic! They're wonderful. and so important I think for lessening cardboard waste. Great job!

periwinkle

If I drank hot stuff I'd be making one of these for myself - now we know what the strips were for...
lisa x

Sara

What cute, colorful cozies. Yep,they would go good in an Etsy shop. Love the little button closure.
Cheers,
Sara

quiltergoingbananas

terrific idea! love how you showed us all sorts of examples of them in different colours! cheers, QGB

Sipiweske Quilts

Anyone who receives one of those cuties for Christmas will be thrilled. Very colorful and useful. - Marlene

happy zombie

GENIUS! Oh Sarah... you have a hit! You best march right over to etsy AND START SELLING! Not only are they so cute and practical... your fabric combinations are wonderful too.

Melanie

What fun things. I do like some people's uncomprmising attitude to their surroundings in that they refuse to be surrounded by ugliness and WILL make the most mundane object beautiful. I think you have made the humble coffee cup into a work of art. Well done- superbly beautiful sewing and a joy to look at. :-)

Amy @ parkcitygirl

These are adorable! Thanks for sharing :)

Jennifer

Where can I buy these????

Debbie

So dang cute!!! And I join several others as I would love to buy a pattern and a cozy!!!

jacquie

love these...great design!

cathleen

Wow...Sarah, this is a wonderfully unique little idea. You are awesome. I think you would have a lovely and very successful Etsy shop. Jump on board, girl!!

Cheryl

How wonderful are those???!!!!

Katie

I love how these look. Even better, I love that they have the potential to eliminate one more piece of waste. Coffee houses seriously stress me out when I see all of the paper waste!
Your cozies make the coffee experience seem so much more wonderful. They're too cute!

Mom

Oh Sarah, how cute are those! I really think you should put together a pattern book with all the wonderful things you have created. I would buy one and even some for gifts. Love to all.

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