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Thread: Mug Rug Tutorial

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    I have created a mug rug tutorial on my blog because so many people wanted to know how I made my mug rugs. Here is the link to the tutorial. QuiltingwithQwiltylady.blogspot.com
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    This should make it a link: http://quiltingwithqwiltylady.blogsp...-tutorial.html


    Thanks for the tutorial, I was just looking for one!

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    Thank you :D:D:D

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    is this a rug confused why a pocket

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    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kai's Tutu
    is this a rug confused why a pocket
    I put the pocket to hold a cookie or tea bag.

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    ok if that is the case this is not a rug mug still confused

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    You don't have to put the pocket on if you don't want to. There are no mug rug quilting police!

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    Appreciate the tute as now maybe I will be able to make one since there is step by step directions.

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    Thanks, Qwiltylady, Great tute! :-P

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    thanks!

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    thanks, great tutorial, love the pocket could use it for tea bags and a spoon maybe.

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    Thanks, Qwiltylady! I love the pocket! I bought little ceramic tea bag holders shaped like teapots. I'm going to slip those into the pockets of my my mug rugs - the ones I'm going to make for 5 friends, using your wonderful tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kai's Tutu
    ok if that is the case this is not a rug mug still confused
    A mug rug is a glorified coaster. LOL. Its just bigger so that you can set your mug on it and maybe some cookies. Some people put a little pocket on them to hold a tea bag or a spoon and I have even seen them stick a little flower in them (stems inside the pocket).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwiltylady
    I have created a mug rug tutorial on my blog because so many people wanted to know how I made my mug rugs. Here is the link to the tutorial. QuiltingwithQwiltylady.blogspot.com
    Found your tutorial about mug rug. Haven't made one yet and can't figure why you put a pocket on it..../?????
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    thanks for taking the time to create the tutorial for us and posting it on the board so we can all enjoy it

    Quote Originally Posted by no1jan
    This should make it a link: http://quiltingwithqwiltylady.blogsp...-tutorial.html


    Thanks for the tutorial, I was just looking for one!

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    I put a pocket on it so you can tuck a tea bag or a cookie into it and then fold it over and take it in my purse when I am away from home. You don't have to put the pocket on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwiltylady
    I put a pocket on it so you can tuck a tea bag or a cookie into it and then fold it over and take it in my purse when I am away from home. You don't have to put the pocket on.
    Thanks, Qwiltylady! Last night I didn't know what a mug rug was...tonite I have two done!! Now I want to do one with a shoe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting.addict
    Quote Originally Posted by Qwiltylady
    I put a pocket on it so you can tuck a tea bag or a cookie into it and then fold it over and take it in my purse when I am away from home. You don't have to put the pocket on.
    Thanks, Qwiltylady! Last night I didn't know what a mug rug was...tonite I have two done!! Now I want to do one with a shoe!
    I am waiting to see the shoe mug rug. :lol:

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