Spring Mug RugDeby of So Sew Easy welcomes Spring with this cheerful mug rug. Notice how her quilting design echos the butterfly, creating  movement, brilliant!

You can make yourself one, because she shares on her blog step-by-step instructions on how to do …

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super goat mug rug

What is this masked goat doing? Well, gracing the top of a mug rug, and making everyone who sees it smile. Found on ipernity, and made by Bouncypoodle for her swap partner, Moni. Go HERE to see more mug

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hyperquilting

Maartje of Quilting in Amsterdam stitched these sunny flowers then turned them into a set of mug rugs. She admits this hyper quilting is her favorite way to create items to give to friends and family. Visit her blog to …

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lacey crazy quilt mat

Leena of Creative Instincts put the blue lace she received in a swap to good use in this hand quilted mat she refers to as the royal rug. I see why, her color and texture choices have a luxurious, …

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little quilty things tute

Kerry of verykerryberry believes good binding can add to or detract from your quilted items. She shows the best way to bind what she calls ‘small quilty things’ with a single binding method (double binding is standard for bed quilts). …

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april showers

We’ve heard the proverb, “April showers bring May flowers.” To celebrate April’s arrival, here’s a tiny quilt designed by Mari Martin for Connecting Threads. She combines piecing and fusible applique for the umbrellas. Go HERE to download the pattern

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Love is All AroundBeatlemania! Anorina of Samelia’s Mum made her “love is all around” mini quilt especially for Valentine’s Day.  But it would brighten a room any time of year. She shares a free pattern for the applique portion plus gives instructions for …

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Valentine mug rug tips for fusible appliqueAmanda of The Patchsmith discusses the ins and outs of  using fusible applique to create quilted mug rugs like the one shown here, a Valentine’s Day creation. Visit her post and you’ll feel inspired to create your own as she …

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This mug rug will brighten the dreariest winter day. Susi of Lilla Luise shows you how to make your own, perfect for the holidays. Get the project. Note: In her instructions, she assumes you have previous piecing and sewing …

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Lucky for us, Carol of MamaCjt chose to sew and bake this week. She has two mug rugs and a beautiful pecan pie to show for her efforts. This is “Rudy”, who makes me want to break out my Christmas …

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November 11 is Remembrance Day in Great Britain, where it’s a tradition to wear a red poppy to remember those who have sacrificed for their country. Amanda of The Patchsmith is honoring her son’s military service with her Poppy Mug …

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Leena of Creative Instincts made this hot pad and finished it with something she’s never tried before–hand quilting. Nicely stitched. See what Leena says about it here.

Image credit: Creative Instincts

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Emily of Mommy’s Nap Time designed this coffee mug cozy to raise awareness of childhood cancer and to push for a cure. It’s personal for her as her 6-year-old niece has an incurable form of it. As the wording on …

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This sweet quilted mug rug makes me want to *grab a cuppa. Amanda of The Patchsmith Craftsy store designed it and offers the pattern for it in her shop at an affordable $1.99. If this is not your cup of tea she …

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Amy of Amy Made That! has learned how to whip through the last phase of her quilt-y projects by machine binding them on both sides. If you’ve always wanted to try this technique, get on over to Amy’s post to get

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