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Thread: Fan mug rug

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    Super Member Momma_K's Avatar
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    Absolutely love the colorful batiks!! I love fans so this would be a great project...Thanks!!
    Thank You Lord for answering my prayers, in this I am truely blessed!

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    Just saw your tutorial. so cute and quick. great gift idea. thanks!
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    Love the tutorial, what does 9 degree mean for the fan?

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    This is beautiful! What a great mini project. So many possitive aspects beyond its beauty. You get to use up smaller fabric scraps, its quick, you get to practice (for me) free motion quilting, you have something to give friends that like your work with out having to make a larger piece. Thanks for sharing.

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    That is a great tut, thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for the tutorial. Looks like fun.

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    So clever. Love this tutorial.

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    that's a fine twist on the fan pattern.

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    So pretty. Thank you.
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    Outstanding tutorial, mug rugs are mini quilts which can give us the opportunity to try new techniques and hone our skills. I love them and have been a number of swaps for mug rugs. Check out The Patchsmith on Craftsy for some of the cutest mug rugs available at an amazingly low cost.
    BettyGee, quilter on a Rocky Mountain High

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