More Mug Rugs

I really like making mug rugs!  They’re such a great way to showcase some of my favorite fabrics and use my scraps.  Plus it is nice to have something cheerful to set one’s cup of tea on.  🙂  Here are a few of my most recent rugs.  These belong to various members of my family now.

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Posted on February 5, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. I love the bright colors you choose! They are so fun and go so well together.

  2. the bright colours look great with that binding! I love the curved corners

    • Hi Wendy – thank you! I must confess that the reason I did the curved corners is that I don’t quite have the hang of doing a straight corner, they look all lumpy. I can be lump-free with curves! 🙂

  3. Love all those adorable fussy cut centers! What cheerful and fun looking projects!

  4. I use my mug rug every morning with a cup of hot coffee – a cheerful; way to start the day!

  5. One is never too old to have a fun, colorful mug rug. Thanks for inspiring me today.

  6. Do I see Bullwinkle in your mug rug!? Where on earth did you get rocky and bullwinkle fabric? So cute.

    • Thanks Margaret! I just love the Rocky and Bullwinkle fabric. I am trying to remember where I bought it…maybe Fabric.com or equilter.com I’m not totally sure. I hope you can find it though – it’s super cute.

  7. Great fun. A lovely way to brighten up the day!

  8. I love your mug rugs. They are so adorable! I do believe I am going to have to start making some — yes, that might be what everyone gets for Christmas this year.

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