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Hawaiian Coasters - Hawaiian Aloha Fabric Coasters and Hawaiian Fabric Mug Mats
Authentic, Handmade one at a time - not factory made!
What is Aloha Fabric?

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Mary Manila Hawaiian Coasters are hand made IN HAWAII--not imported from China or the Philippines. Hawaiian coasters are made of Aloha fabric and can be used for stemmed ware, tumblers, mugs, or as REUSABLE doilies. Hawaiian coasters help prevent damage to counters, coffee tables, and other surfaces. Our slip-on style Hawaiian coasters add fun and flair to wine glasses and can add a tropical fair to any occasion, especially when used with our Hawaiian Wine Glass Charms! Hawaiian coasters bring a level of sophistication and Hawaiian hospitality to any formal or informal event. Hawaiian coasters are offered in Regular or Slip-on Cozy Pocket Base Styles.

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About the Mary Manila Label: Designed and created by Mary Elsie Tomas, a gifted arts and crafts wahine (woman) who was born and lives on the Big Island of Hawai`i. Mary started her creative career at the age of 11 years old. She has been making whimsical and practical gifts for friends, relatives, and special occasions ever since. Her creations are so unique, we asked her if she would design a series of special Made In Hawai`i products for us. Like many others, we hope you, too, will find her Hawaiian coaster products beautiful, practical, and of the highest quality. Made with lots of Aloha from the Big Island of Hawaii.

How to buy


Where available, we use 100% (or predominantly) cotton fabrics:

1. Do not machine wash or dry clean.
2. If you decide to wash, follow these general instructions: Wash by hand in cold/luke warm water.  No bleach. Use a mild detergent (e.g. delicate items detergent). Hang to dry, or place on drying rack. (We do not recommend drying in machine dryer.) When completely dry, press with warm iron (Optional).

DISCLAIMER: We try to be as accurate as possible regarding descriptions and information. Please be aware that although pictures can show a lot, digital imaging varies on different devices and monitors.  - Mahalo! (Thank you!)