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Free Quilted Mug Rug Patterns
Sew a mug rug from a free pattern, and enjoy your breakfast on a mini quilt year-round. Included: applique, paper piecing and more.
How to Make a Mug Rug | National Quilters Circle
Learn how to make a mug rug from left over charm squares. Mug rugs are easy to make and are a great quilting gift.
Easy Christmas Mug Rug Tutorial
Whether you celebrate Christmas or another holiday, here is a tutorial for an easy mug rug for gift giving. I hit my stash and used nine left-over charm squares (pre-cut 5.5″ squares) which …
Easy Binding Mug Rug | Crafty For Home
An easy sewing craft on how to make a mug rug with the easy binding tutorial using the backside of the fabric.
Little Boy Ghost Mug Rug PDF Downloadable Pattern
Halloween Flash Back! Available for a limited time only! This is a PDF Downloadable Pattern. You will want to save your PDF Pattern immediately after purchase so you always have it. NOTICE: These files are 100% ready and able to be printed. We do not offer any support on printing them. If you cannot print them at home you can send them to a print shop for printing.
Mug Rug Quilted, Fabric Coaster, Reversible Patchwork Mini Quilt, Fall Leaves Candle Mat, Small Placemat Quilting, Quiltsy Handmade
This mini quilt mug rug or candle mat is perfect to drink a cup of hot tea or coffee at either your computer or sewing machine. Since there are more of them, you can drink together with your friend and it even has enough space for some snack as well! A nice big candle looks great on it too, it will protect your table or your bedroom dresser from the dripping wax.
Size: 10 inches square (25 cm square)
This listing is for one quilted fabric mug rug. Please note anything else in the pictures are not included.
I originally made 4 mug rugs and all of them are different. All of these 4 mug rugs can be seen on the last picture together, you are able to choose, by choosing the corresponding number for whichever you would like to purchase.
This quilted mug rug brings the wonderful autumn forest into your home! These gorgeous red, yellow, orange, green and brown leaves will warm up any room. These mug rugs are reversible quilts. The back is very attractive too! You can use it like a mug rug or candle mat in the evenings and turning it around in the mornings feels like the sun starting to shine!
These fantastic Cranston Village fabrics came with us from the USA, and the beige with the dancing tree leaves on the back is a Hungarian product.
These mug rugs are made with great care and attention to details in my smoke- and pet-free home. There might be slight subtle differences between each mug rug due to the hand made nature of the mug rugs and the pattern placement on the fabric itself. Colors may vary slightly when viewed on different devices or monitors.
Every fabric is 100% cotton. I had prewashed all fabrics before sewing so you can expect no shrinkage or color bleeding. But for a long life of this quilt it is the best to wash it by hand in plenty of cold or lukewarm water with a mild detergent, and lay the flat to dry. After that you can iron it if needed with a very clean, light or medium-warm iron (first the back and then the top), but do not press too hard.
If you would like a different size or a different fabric, please convo me. I will be happy to make it for you!
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Free Mug Rug Tags Download - Crafting News
If you enjoy sewing and quilting, then you've more than likely made a number of 'mug rugs'. Free downloadable mug rug tags.
don't hide the elephant
Hi friends. Yikes! I can't believe how long it's been since I posted! I've been steadily working on the butterfly quilt blocks. I have a lot of them appliqued (haven't been counting), but still need to add the antennae. I think I'll embroider those on with black embroidery floss. I still need to pick out a few more fabrics for the backgrounds. I'm planning a total of 90 blocks, so it is a big project. I watch basically no TV, except for the Brewers baseball games. This is time that I can do handwork -- thus a quilt such as this. Something else I've been working on is some mug rugs. In May, Mark & I, and some friends since back in his GE days went up to Westby, Wisconsin for a weekend. Westby is a little town not too far from La Crosse. It is also the home of Branches Winery, owned and operated by another former GE friend, Gene Burgholz & his wife, Therese. The winery has only been in operation 3 years, but we were quite impressed. And there wasn't a single wine that we didn't like. If you get the opportunity to visit, I would definitely recommend doing so. Besides the winery, Gene took us out to his house to see his 'collection'. Apparently over the years, he has gone hunting in Africa a number of times. He has a large room filled with his prizes from the hunt. And center stage is the head of an elephant! He explained to us the process of mounting it -- quite an undertaking. I wish I had thought to take some photos. So, back to the mug rugs. I wanted to send a thank you gift to Gene & Therese, so I made them each a mug rug. I thought an elephant would be perfect for Gene, so I searched for a silhouette online, and then adapted & simplified it to work for an applique. This one is machine appliqued and hand quilted. (Don't look too closely at my quilting stitches.) Here is the elephant (front and back). Since Therese is a quilter, I used a quilt block on hers. The hexagon flower was an extra from the quilt top that I finished last year (that still needs to be quilted). This one is hand appliqued and hand quilted. I know that not everyone knows what a mug rug is, so I created a poem on a tag to put with the gift. And a close up: Thanks so much for stopping by for a visit today. Have a wonderful day.