A very thoughtful mom who blogs over at Crafty Stacy made this rug and tea cup as a gift for her eldest daughter leaving for college. She combined some strip piecing and a simple nine patch to complete the top. …
Bari J. said she worked through some paper piecing frustration to create the pattern for this lovely quilted mug rug. It’s Day 4 of her 14 Days of LillyBelle, a challenge she’s given herself. Get the free pattern.
Anorina of Samelia’s Mum is one of the talented crafters creating great blog posts at Sew We Create. There is a lot of rainbow quilt love happening over there lately, check out this roundup of rainbow quilts. So …
Louise of I’m Feelin’ Crafty is hosting a giveaway for what she calls a little piece of Gee’s Bend, this colorful potholder, shown. She explains it’s part of Sew Mama Sew’s 2012 Spring Giveaway Day! Contest ends May 25, …
Adorableness alert. This mug rug with appliqued cupcake and a heart on top make it a must-have for every kitchen. Vanessa of Crafty Gemini shows you how to make one on her blog. Get the tutorial.
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Farah of Craft A World shares how she made this tray mat (aka mug rug) on her blog. She explains she embroidered the cupcake and cherries using a stem stitch, then edged it with patchwork. It’s sweet and sophisticated, love …
Sha from Craizee Corners does a guest post at Sew Sweetness showing how to make this heart mug rug. It’s part of her Reader Tutorial week. Adorable! Go to tutorial.
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Cat from Baumcat dyed some lightweight canvas to get that pretty blue for the background in her mug rug. An appliqued black crow is a most welcome visitor at her table. Fun. Click HERE to read full post.
As if I don’t already spend enough time on Pinterest, I’ve discovered a new browsing destination today. Must share. It’s a barter website called Listia. Here’s how it works – true story. My daughter’s bestie had a bottle …
Jessie from Harding Hill Designs has outdone herself with this tutorial. Not only does she share how to make this Christmas tree applique and pieced mug rug, she includes 7 more applique shapes. They include star, heart, candy cane, ornaments, …
Take it apart? Applique right through to the backing? Try to hand stitch it back on? Throw it away in disgust?
Check out SewSara’s first mug rug. This cute quilty creation was Sara’s entry in the recent Mug Rug Madness Holiday Edition event at Two More Seconds. In another photo on her blog Sara shows what she’s been able to …
Kerry at verykerryberry used several piecing techniques while making this mug rug. She says the combination keeps it from being too “fiddly”. Love that word. Love her mug rug. Click HERE to get the know-how.
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