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Thread: Mug Rugs from stash

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    Mug Rugs from stash

    I've been having fun with these mug rugs. They are the same but each look different from mixing up the fabrics.
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    Very nice...not too fussy...love love them.

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    nice collection.
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    Really nice work!

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    They are beautiful, you did a great job!
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    Great job. I love the colors and the way you have mixed up the colors.

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    You have beautiful scraps!!!
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    nicely done
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    I love to practice FMQ on mug rugs .... Your mug rugs are colorful, ready and waiting for that cup of coffe/tea or biscuit.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Great looking mug rugs!

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    Very nice. You chose great fabrics.
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    They look wonderful! Your quilting really enhances the already beautiful fabric!
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    Very cute mug rugs, it gives me ideas. Thanks for posting

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    Love those colors!
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    I really like these. Mug rugs are on my list of things to try.

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    Very pretty. They would make great gifts.

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    Love them and the colors!!
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    I am still learning how to make these. Love yours. They look like they are modern works of art. Very nice!
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    Very nice!
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    They are really cute, and very practical! Love the fabrics you used.

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    Very stylish...love the fabric, specially the one with the swirly heart shape.

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    Very nice!

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    very pretty, love the fabrics. these make such wonderful gifts

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    Nice job! Pretty colors!

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    Thank you so much for all the kind comments. They are fun to practice FMQ techniques on, or to use odd blocks up and not waste them.
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