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I'm Saving the World One Mask at a Time Coaster or Pincushion

SKU 20200124
$3.00
In stock
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Thanks to an awesome customer, we have found a new use for our coasters: pincushions!! Here's how it happened: I received a facebook message from a favorite customer (see last photo) that they were using their crochet coaster as a pincushion. So, I created a brand new coaster to celebrate the heroes who are creating masks, especially those donating them to people on the front lines and people who can't afford one. THANK YOU!

***4/30/20*** We are currently giving away one of these pincushion coasters to everyone who is tagged on our facebook post as a "mask donor."

Jenn Johnson individually transfers original designs to these fabric-top, rubber-backed absorbent nonslip coasters. They are affordable enough to enjoy several designs, or to give them as gifts. Each coaster is 3.5" wide and .25" tall.

Add a wooden coaster holder (which will hold up to 6 coasters) for only $6.

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