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Thread: Wonky Mug Rug

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    Super Member SewExtremeSeams's Avatar
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    Playing around with some of my most current favorite fabrics and my favorite block, the log cabin, I came up with this wonky log cabin mug rug.

    Rules did not apply. I used what ever width strip came out of my scrap basket.

    I made the binding out of strips of the fabrics I had used for the block.

    I have been practicing FMQ on small projects. Boy, do I have a lot to learn!!!

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    Hi...can I see a picture please....sounds great...oops my computer being slow obviously...pictures are here now....does look great

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    Your FMQ is awesome! Good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhunt1717
    Your FMQ is awesome! Good job!
    Thank you, I am beginning to 'remember' that my hands are the feed dogs. :lol: I also stop and start more now to regain where I am going. I am hoping that with more practice on small projects, I will have more control. :-D

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    What a great idea, Linda! When I first started FMQ'ing I was jerky-not smooth; find that music helps. When I FMQ's a baby quilt with Cow in the moon fabric, I "wrote" the rhyme singing it as I sewd. Sure helped the jerkiness on that quilt, but couldn't get the ditty out of my head for days!LOL

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    looks awesome

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