Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Mug Rug {tutorial}

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Originally posted over at Stash Manicure, you can find my mug rug tutorial here. Mug rugs are so fun to make... one of those quick gratification quilting projects. And the best part is that you can make them with nothing but scraps, including all those batting scraps we quilters tend to collect.


And don't you love that little pocket??

14 comments:

Kathy said...

Congratulations Ann, I know you'll love it.

Victoria Paige said...

Congrats to the winner!

Jessica said...

oh my- this has to be the cutest mug rug I've seen! Look at that lil pocket- adorable!

live a colorful life said...

That is the cutest thing! Wouldn't this be cute with some selvages added somewhere?

AMKreations said...

Awe, congrats to the winner. I have some coffee fabric scraps and I know what I'm going to do one of these days. =)

Lisa Ann said...

That is the sweetest little gift. I cant wait to be able to use your tutorial! I found this link through QuiltStory..that is where I'm getting loads of inspiration for gifts.

Wendy said...

Love the Mug Rugs! Am going to go crazy making some this weekend. This one is extra creative! Wow!

Ann Flowers said...

Oh my goodness I am so excited. when I read my name as the winner I was in heaven.

THANK YOU so much for pulling my name. I can not express in words how happy I am to get your lovely rug mug! It will bring me a smile each time I look over on my night stand to get my cup of tea:):)


Thank so you much Jennifer!!!



Ann Flowers
flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

Quiltstory said...

Oh, I want one! those are so cute! Thanks for linking up to fabric tuesday, we love your stuff!

Robin said...

Thanks for the great tutorial! It really inspired me as I made my very first mug rug. The pocket idea is just so ingenious and happy. :)

If you want to check it out:
http://crafty-musings.blogspot.com/2010/11/one-thing-one-week-challenge-5-so-close.html

Thanks again! :)

Buy Viagra Online said...

This is a perfect tutorial for me because I was looking for something really interesting to do at home because I spend my time lonely at home, I'll be so happy wit your creations, I hope I can talk to you frequently.

pharmacy said...

This picture makes me so nostalgic, thinking in my grand mother.

Miss Sews-it-all said...

This is a great tutorial! We'd love to pass it along to our readers at www.WeAllSew.com, and are sharing a link to your project posted at Sew WE Quilt!

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