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    Oh wow, I really like your Mosaic pieces! You did a really great job, it definitely looks like it's coming together perfectly. I really like your tile piece design in the center. Very creative way to make coasters, and I love the colors you chose. I've never thought about adding this sort of hobby to my crafting list, but it looks like fun. I think in the future I might like to give it a try. I love finding new mediums to work in. ^_^

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    The pattern look religious but the dark colours give them a late evening mood...
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    thanks, Esc. Truth is, they are black so you can't detect the red wine stains
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    Ariel, I have a feeling you'd be good at mosaics. You can use broken china/tiles and all sorts to cover pots etc. It need not be an expensive hobby if you are frugal and creative AND willing to recycle/upcycle. I've been scavenging (wombling) around the bins for months collecting things. Hubby's in meltdown.
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    Thanks but I'm busy with the macramé right now. It's so relaxing.

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    I don't think I've tried macramé . Is it like crochet?
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    You use rope or yarn and knots. It's not as close as crotchet or knitting but it works well for making décor.

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