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    Very cute

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    Nice

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    sew cute

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    They are so cute. I think I'll make some for Christmas gifts.

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    I love the apple! I want to make one of those to put on my wall in the kitchen. Did you google that one too or did it come from somewhere else?

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    very cute.

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    Love your mug rugs!

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    OK I love them all, but that Queen of QVC one just made me giggle!

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    I absolutely love the mug rugs, but have not been able to find a pattern. Is everyone designing as they go or are there patterns for these? I'm afraid I'm very challenged when it comes to designing.

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    I love your mug rugs. As a retired teacher, I would have loved to get the apple one! And thank you for the poem.

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    Nice! :thumbup:

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    I have fallen in love with mug rugs and yours are very creative and cute. I am making mug rugs for Christmas too and came across this really neat star that is supposed to be a potholder, but I am going to make it as a mug rug. Here is the link: file:///Users/pcgardner/Desktop/Moda%20Bake%20Shop:%20Fancy%20Folded%20Star%20Pot% 20Holder.webarchive

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    I would love to be your friend. What sweet gifts.

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    I love these. You are so creative to make these personalized. You did a beautiful job on these. The QVC one made me laugh.

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    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2011/09/...lder.html#more Use this stream, the other is to my desk top and may not open.

    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1
    I have fallen in love with mug rugs and yours are very creative and cute. I am making mug rugs for Christmas too and came across this really neat star that is supposed to be a potholder, but I am going to make it as a mug rug. Here is the link: file:///Users/pcgardner/Desktop/Moda%20Bake%20Shop:%20Fancy%20Folded%20Star%20Pot% 20Holder.webarchive

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    JodyMa...
    You really don't need a pattern. You can just find a quilt block you like and add a little side strip for a spoon or cookie. I've made them out of left over fabrics or demo blocks I've tried.

    I think there is a standard size, but as long as I don't go over 9"x 12".. I'm happy. I have some that are just a lone leftover block I sewed up. Google "mug rug or mug mat" images... your brain will pop from all the ideas....lol Have fun and just go for it.

    I tried to attach a link, but it wouldn't let me?? Odd... any how Google Mug Rug patterns too... that will give you lots of ideas.

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    Oh yes.. .the mug rugs here are just ADORABLE!! Soo fun...and a lot of thought went into them!

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    Very cute, love them all. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    They are great. Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1
    I have fallen in love with mug rugs and yours are very creative and cute. I am making mug rugs for Christmas too and came across this really neat star that is supposed to be a potholder, but I am going to make it as a mug rug. Here is the link: file:///Users/pcgardner/Desktop/Moda%20Bake%20Shop:%20Fancy%20Folded%20Star%20Pot% 20Holder.webarchive
    I would like to download inst for this folded star. Has anyone downloaded inst in another format that would condense inst from 7-8 pages down to maybe 3-4? Thanks

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    Thanks, I never thought to do that. I'm going to try it today.
    Quote Originally Posted by Highmtn
    JodyMa...
    You really don't need a pattern. You can just find a quilt block you like and add a little side strip for a spoon or cookie. I've made them out of left over fabrics or demo blocks I've tried.

    I think there is a standard size, but as long as I don't go over 9"x 12".. I'm happy. I have some that are just a lone leftover block I sewed up. Google "mug rug or mug mat" images... your brain will pop from all the ideas....lol Have fun and just go for it.

    I tried to attach a link, but it wouldn't let me?? Odd... any how Google Mug Rug patterns too... that will give you lots of ideas.

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    These are so lovely and you have been so clever to adapt them to the interests of the recipient. I might "borrow" your apple idea.

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    LOVE them...very creative!

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    Those are great. I was thinking of making some for Christms stocking stuffers for DS, DDIL and DD. I might make 1 or 2 for DH, but I already made him some made out of old computer diskettes by glueing felt to both sides. They work well for absorbing moisture, although definitely more practical than pretty.

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