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Thread: Mug Rugs

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    Mug Rugs

    Here is what I have been working on lately for Christmas gifts. (Hope I load the photos up correctly) Enjoy
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    What fun - and these are such great hostess/co-worker gifts - add a few mugs and some pakages of flavored coffee or tea, a little wrapping and you are good to go. :-)
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    Mug Rugs are such fun!! They're all so pretty but I want the Tea Time one!
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    very nice!!
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    Super cute. I love the embrodiery "tea time".
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    Great collection.

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    those are great,I love mug rugs.I have made many and still enjoy making them.
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    All are very pretty!

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    They look great!

    I am working on mug rugs today to go with a large mug for our silent auction at our church's Christmas bazaar. I am filling the mugs up with wrapped candy and four candy canes sticking out the top fo the mug.

    Linda

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    what great little gifts

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    Wouldlove to bring this one up at the next Church Bazaar meeting. I'm sure by Septemebr 2012 we could get a few of them made as a fund raiser. Thank you for the idea.
    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtreme View Post
    They look great!

    I am working on mug rugs today to go with a large mug for our silent auction at our church's Christmas bazaar. I am filling the mugs up with wrapped candy and four candy canes sticking out the top fo the mug.

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    Very cute. That's on my list. Do you use regular batting or that insul-brite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by matraina View Post
    Very cute. That's on my list. Do you use regular batting or that insul-brite?
    I used insul-brite

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    Great mug rugs!
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    There are going to be some very lucky gift receivers. Thanks for sharing.

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    What a great idea and so much fun!! I just made one for a church friend who moved and loves cats and coffee. I plan to make a basket of goodies and take it over to her. Her husband is very ill from a stroke and she is carrying a heavy load right now. Your mugrugs are pretty!!
    jillnjo

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    very nice those are fun to make
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    Quote Originally Posted by delideb64 View Post
    I used insul-brite
    And I use any regular batting that I have on hand. I use my mug rugs all the time and the regular batting holds up well.

    Linda

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