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Thread: Leaf Mug Rug with Stem

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    Junior Member PatchGirl's Avatar
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    I tried the mug rug pattern and it was really fun!! This was only a prototype and I added the stem. I am one to alter everything so I stayed true to form;) I want to make a set of four different colors to scatter on the coffee table with my Fall Pumkin!
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    cute leaf mug rug, thanks for sharing

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    What a great idea!

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    That is so sharp. Great idea

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    great job. love the color and quilting

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    That is so cute and I'm sure will look great on the table with your pumpkin.

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    Nice

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    How clever

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    I love it!!! That is so cute

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    cool.

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    oh, how pretty!! :D

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    I printed out the pattern and have picked out my fabrics....too bad that today I spend my time cleaning up my clutter in a couple rooms. It takes Forever to go thru the junk mail and all the magazines I could never throw away before!
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 10-29-2018 at 02:41 AM. Reason: I could have made a bigger quilt, I'm willing and I'm able But instead I made this tiny quilt To save your lovely table. So

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    BTW, where did you turn it??

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    At the very bottom left and right corners, and then inserted the stem. I just double folded a scrap and ironed it down and stitched the edge. They are pretty quick so I am going to make more in groups or 4 colors. I used warm and natural for the filler but I also had some of that teflon batting for potholders I may use next time.
    Quote Originally Posted by stitchinwitch
    BTW, where did you turn it??

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    Very cute! Great idea.

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    That's just too cute. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatchGirl
    At the very bottom left and right corners, and then inserted the stem. I just double folded a scrap and ironed it down and stitched the edge. They are pretty quick so I am going to make more in groups or 4 colors. I used warm and natural for the filler but I also had some of that teflon batting for potholders I may use next time.
    Quote Originally Posted by stitchinwitch
    BTW, where did you turn it??
    Where can I get the pattern, just love it and would b nice for gifts for the girls in the office...??? I like to do gifts for all seasons for them......nice for the desk or do like u say, four diff. fall colors......

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    ahhhh you mean the stem is a separate piece that was wedged in?? That explains it.! It is Sooooooo nice - thanks!
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 10-29-2018 at 02:41 AM. Reason: I could have made a bigger quilt, I'm willing and I'm able But instead I made this tiny quilt To save your lovely table. So

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    Love it! :thumbup:

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    looks great

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