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Thread: Stocking Mug Rug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish
    I am so excited..I just worked this little pattern out and am going to share it..I hope you like it...it is about 7 1/2" at the toe to heel and about 9" long before backing it..I just put a backing on and turned it right side out and closed the top...I love it..will be ideal for my coffee buddy so I will make 2 for her and a few more I am sure lol
    How cute!

    I've got a bunch of little bits from the table runners I've been making. I've been wondering what I could do. Much cuter than the square mug rugs I've done in the past.

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    Cool. Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish
    Quote Originally Posted by Nana2Sew
    How creative......love it!
    Thanks..if I had lined it and left the top open I could have added teabags...hmmmm maybe next ones I will do that....
    I was wondering about that, too. Maybe even use an open stocking for a spoon holder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justlucy
    Suefish can I get this pattern?
    The pattern didn't show on your screen?

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    Duh! I went "fabric" shopping at Goodwill. I bought a few pieces of regular fabric, plus a 5 skirts that had fabric I liked. One is just plain ole red and white strip.

    Oh, and one bed skirt that was beige and olive green printed check. Yield, about 10 yards of 12" wide fabric that has no sunfading.

    At any rate-------------I'm thinking my bits and pieces could be held together with my red adn white stipe----------that had no particular use until just now.

    Cute mug rugs on the way!

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    Suefish Thank you for sharing your patterns. I have just started paper piecing and I find them very easy to do. I love the stocking. What a great idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie
    Quote Originally Posted by Justlucy
    Suefish can I get this pattern?
    The pattern didn't show on your screen?
    I don't have a real pattern actually but I did share the piece I used for paper piecing the stocking and you just cut that out on the outside line and cut a backing the same size and sew 1/4" around leaving the top open and turn it and close the top up...does that help?

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    How lovely!!! What a great idea!!! Makes me think of making some for my family!!!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Monique

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    That's adorable!

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    Cute! and a great gift idea!

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