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Thread: Maple Leaf Mug Rugs - Pictorial Tutorial & Pattern

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    Love these mug rugs. Thanks for the instruction.

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    I really like the fabric you used. They are so beautiful.

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    Those are so cute and clever, thanks for sharing the pattern and the tutorial was excellent

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    Thank you so much for the tutorial!

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    Looks wonderful. You can do so many cute Mug Rugs with different shapes. Pumpkins for Hallowen, Turkeys for Thanksgiving, XMas Trees for Christmas ............ Actually they can be more fun that making place mats or table runners. Cute ideas for gift baskets. The ideas are endless on the Quilter's Message Board. Happy Creating.

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    I am so impressed with all of you. the tute was great in the first place and then to have it all together so I can keep it on my computer was the icing on the cake. Thanks so much to all of you. Hope we can do this with more of the tutes. ...I way we...but I really mean 'someone' because I would have no clue where to begin. Thanks again to you talented folks!

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    NICE !!

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    Since I used some stabilizer to make mine stiff, I could not turn them so I just cut around the finished leaf with pinking shears and everyone at quilt club loved them.
    Joanie Owen

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    I was reading this AM and thinking - Teacher's gifts. Now I know what to make and downloaded your great tute. You're inspiring.....Thank you!
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    Very pretty! Thank you for this nice tute. The leave pattern is so lovable and the fabric is just a perfect match.
    I will have to make some for Christmas gift.

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    I can't figure out how to download the pattern and directions but it seems relatively self-explanatory after reading through your tutorial. Very sweet Fall idea; I have a pattern for shells and starfish done larger for a table runner and leaves could work exactly the same way as you done, just enlarged--maybe even with a variety of leaves (oak, maple, birch, etc.) Love it when someone gets my creative juices flowing! Thanks again.

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    Hi Quilterinmotion! Thanks and I love your ideas of the shells and starfish too.

    Used to be you could just click the word "download" right underneath the picture of the pattern on page 1, but for some reason that has disappeared! No wonder I've been getting inquiries.
    Huh! Same thing happened on another tutorial with downloadable pictures that I posted before the QB changed over. This is a new developement, because I know those were still okay last Spring.

    Marcia & Kim created Word and .PDF files for people to download and they used to be on page 19. That too has changed. It's mysterious - I can't figure out why they aren't there anymore. All over this topic it says to look on page 19. Arg! So I searched around and found what I hope are the finalized versions.

    Marcia's final copy using Word is on the bottom of page 25, Post #250. Kim's finalized version in .PDF format is on page 23, post # 229. From one of those you should be able to print the pattern. Or you could trace a real Maple Leaf, simplify it a bit and make your own.

    Sorry for the trouble - I wish I knew why those things disappeared.

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    Great tutorial! Love the maple leaf and your fabrics are beautiful. I'm going to make a bunch and send them to my sister who is in a nursing home in Florida. These would make great thank you gifts to the staff. Thanks for sharing.
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    Amazing... these would look lovely in a grouping on my kitchen counter top...very handy for the whole family... Great idea - thank you for sharing.

    Judy in Phx, AZ

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    Just love them...years ago when I lived in northern vermont I did potholders just like this in fall colors..always sold well for me

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    Thanks for sharing, these all together would also make a nice fall table ring and set a nice pumpkin in the middle don't u think.....
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    going to try this today!
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    CUTE I just made a quilt out of leaves and this is perfect to go with it. Thank you so very much for the idea.
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    I still have a pic of this from last year,,,I use it as a fall desktop picture and love that!

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    Thank you for sharing this, BuzzinBumble! Great, easy to follow tutorial!

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    Ta DA! I made one I have a bunch of fabrics with leaves on them so this was a test run. Nice and easy, thanks a bunch
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    Anastasia - yours turned out perfect! Yay!

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    Love this!!!! Thanks for the share!!!! I'm a huge "Fall" fan and love this kind of stuff!!!!
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    Thank you for sharing!
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    That is so lovely. Your instructions are super clear and you have supplied excellent photos to support them.
    Many thanks
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