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Thread: Maple Leaf Mug Rugs - Pictorial Tutorial & Pattern

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    Nice job on the tutorial!

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    Very pretty! May have to make a few of these!

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    Very pretty! May have to make a few of these!

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    These are so cute. I can't wait to make them!

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    Thank you SO much! I love these!

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    Great tute. Thank you. I've bookmarked it. 8-)

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    Thank you the tute; the word document; and the PDF file!

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    Cute.

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    thanks - another neat way to bring fall to us "desert dwellers" who rarely see any natural traditional falls colors on our trees! We can create a whole bunch of fall leaves and don't have to worry about wind blowing our leaves around after we have gotten them in to a pile. A set of these would make a nice little gift too. Package them up with a couple of cute mugs, add a box of tea or gourmet coffee, and a box of cookies or biscotti - plop it all in a cute basket (How about in one of those fabric bowls?) - wrap it and you're good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyKaren1949
    Thank you so much! I love these! They'd make great exchange gifts too!
    i just signed up for an exchange,with my knit and crochet group, they let me hang out and sew!

    I agree this would be a great exchange gift!

    :thumbup:

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