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Thread: more mug rugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Always In Stitches
    So you just fold the corners or do you cut out a square in the corners or how do you do the corners, because it looks like you do 2 opposite sides and then you do the last 2 sides.
    yes you figured it out.

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    You have inspired me to make these as gifts for my Bible Study group. Our small group has met our home all year and we will be finishing up in 3 weeks. This will make a great gift and use up some scraps at the same time. I also like that they are unisex! Thank you for sharing... :D

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    very cute

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    very pretty mug rugs.

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    Those are so cute! I think I will have to try them today. It is raining anyway so I can't work in the yard and I sure don't want to clean house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33
    I just love making these things and using up scraps
    all cute, but the bright one is my fav!

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    What kind of batting is used on the mug rugs?
    These are adorable.

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    what size mats does this make?

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    what are the dimensions for a mug rug?

    Thanks

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    Those are all very nice and colorful and I ooh'd and ahh'd, then I came to the GREEN one. Oh, Yummy!

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    Fun way to use up scraps!

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    really really cute...and since I'm partial to batiks, you can guess which one I like best!

    GOOD job!!!

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    Love the touch of fancy stitches.

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    what a great idea I have civil war fabric sq's left over from the Son's quilt, Im going to make some mug rug's love the idea thanks

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    Great mug rugs! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33
    Quote Originally Posted by Grama Lehr
    Anita, these are really cute!! I see that you are using your fancy stitches on the last one!
    yes-gotta use them every now and again.
    Woops! I had to do a double-take! At first glance I thought that was a fine white lace. Beautiful! :thumbup:

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    Very nice. Love each one of them.

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    those are really neat

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    adorable

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    Ya'all are some mug rug makers!

    I saw a way to make hot plate trivets at the International Quilt Show in Houston last year: just make a mug rug, but only close three sides. Slip a ceramic tile inside (you can buy them very inexpensively in many sizes at Home Depot or Lowe's) and it protects your table top, counter, etc.

    They make quick, cute gifts, too.

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    Great Job... I love using up scraps and putting them to good use.

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    Love them, especially the blue, green, and orange one.

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    I made 5 mug rugs after I got off the computer this morning. A quiet activity as I recover from pneumonia..

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    what a neat idea I'll have to pick up some and give that a try with everything I want to do, wonder if I can live to be 100

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    They are lovely.

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