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Thread: more mug rugs

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    I just love making these things and using up scraps
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    Anita, these are really cute!! I see that you are using your fancy stitches on the last one!

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    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.

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    Very nice. Great gift ideas!!

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    Nice!

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    Cute--Do you fold the back over the front and sew using a buttonhole stitch on the fold over edges? A great way to use up bits of fabric too.

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    Cute! Looking like you're having a lot of fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad
    Cute--Do you fold the back over the front and sew using a buttonhole stitch on the fold over edges? A great way to use up bits of fabric too.
    I was wondering the same thing. Especially since binding is my nemisis.

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    They are all very nice. Especially like # 4 with the fancy stitching. :thumbup: good job!

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    Boy, you really are producing these mug rugs...so cute. think I will make a couple today, caught the mug rug bug!

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    More cute mug rugs!I'm on my way to try some myself.

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    They are so lovely!!! What a great project to use up scraps.

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    What great mug rugs. I love the batik one and the stitching on the last one is so pretty. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    wow Awesome mug rugs! Love them all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad
    Cute--Do you fold the back over the front and sew using a buttonhole stitch on the fold over edges? A great way to use up bits of fabric too.
    yes top is folded over-raw edge-less layers to sew thru.

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    Very cute!

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    These are cute love the fancy stitches.

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    how do you do the binding on these?

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    Really cute! Gonna try these!

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    they are all great

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    Those are really nice. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Always In Stitches
    how do you do the binding on these?
    I cut the backing 1 inch larger on all 4 sides,fold over and pin,then stitch down with a zig zag. hope this helps

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    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.

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    Cute.

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    Cute, cute, cute.....great way to use those crumbs! No waste in your house that's for sure!

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