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Thread: Mug Rugs

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    I was able to get get 20+ mug rugs completed for holiday giving. They were great fun - hope you enjoy.
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    Oooo Very pretty!! I really like the coffee theme and decorative stitching :D:D:D

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    My goodness -- you've been VERY busy!! :D :thumbup:

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    OH those are so nice.I have that fabric

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    Wow, you have been very busy. They are great.

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    I have some of that coffee material left from making my daughter an apron last Christmas. Now I know what she will be finding in her stocking! Thanks!

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    so cool!!!

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    Very nice!!

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    Beautiful fabric....and what a great gift idea.

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    I have seen these several times and I have a ?. What do use as a filler?

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    I used a thin batting and even pulled that apart. I thought that it should have something, but not much. I think an old towel in the middle might be just the right insert.

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    ok just how big are these Mug Rugs? They azre basically coasters right?

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    How fun! Are they filled with something that is scented?

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    Those are just darling. I love the coffee cup fabric. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    I have some of that coffee material left over from making my kitchen curtains. I know what I will be using it for now.

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    I LOVE LOVE LOVE THOSE.....all of a sudden I want a cup of coffee....bopeep

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    they are very nice.

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    Nice mug rugs, love your fabric.

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    Oh those are just wonderful! Seem like a good size too, even to use as a coaster if need be.

    I like that you just did decorative stitching around the edge instead of binding. How would someone put binding on such a small project?

    You did great. Love the material you used too.

    warm quilt hugs, sue in CA

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    I love these, I'm bookmarking this for Christmas Gifts !

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