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Thread: Maple Leaf Mug Rugs - Pictorial Tutorial & Pattern

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    PS Your fabrics are just lovely! Especially loved the paisley.

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    Gorgeous!! Love the genius thinking - just go outside and pick up a leaf! Thank you for providing the tutorial. I can't wait to make some mug rugs of my own.

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    I have this picture from early on,as my winter desktop picture. I love them and it makes a pretty desktop!

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    I would like to use this maple leaf pattern/tutorial to make favors for my quilt guild. Is that ok?

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    Hi Mama Kool,
    Yes it is perfectly fine to use the pattern/tutorial. It is out there for everyone to use. It is nice of you to ask. I hope you and your guild have fun with it!

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    Loved your idea and made myself some. Thanks for tute!

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    I love those. Thanks for sharing!
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    our quilt guild is giving these away at our next quilt show... the members are making 300 of them!!!
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    Hi Nancy... 300 Maple Leaf Mug Rugs, that is amazing! You sure made my day!
    I want to thank you again for helping to get this tutorial straightened out after the QB changed formats.
    Also - it is wonderful how quickly you have been settling into your new home!

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    thank you for sharing that it looks great

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    I make mug rugs using burlap scraps. I machine embroidery on them and while the fabric is still in the hoop, I place another layer of burlap on the back , put the design back on the machine and then put a decorative stitch (usually a satin stitch) around the design to sandwich the two layers together and to also hide the back. Hope this makes since.

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    Great tutorial!! Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to try these.

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    Thanks for the tute!! These are so pretty!
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    Nice tutorial

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    Thank you for this tutorial! So Awesome!
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    Many thanks for a great tutorial and opening a whole new world of mug rugs. So far I've been making the conventional rectangle and this is going to be fun for me and the recipient.
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    I know I'm a little late to the party, but I wanted to say thank you so much to BuzzinBumble for this tutorial, and thank you also to those responsible for the Word and PDF documents. I'm going to try this tonight - pics to follow! Unless, of course, I make a complete mess of it, in which case I shall try again later, and post pics when I have produced something presentable

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    Love this leaf pattern but I cheat.! ! ! I make them outside out and just trim with my pinking shears. Everyone I've make them for enjoy using them.

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    Wow, that is cool Joanie! You should do grape leaves - they have a natural sawtooth edge.

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    I need some new coasters. I like this idea. Can't wait to try!

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    That's so cool. I especially like your choice of fabrics

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    So pretty. I will have to make one. DebbieS

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    I'm really late to this, since your original post was 4 years ago, but I love these. I need some new mug rugs (coasters) and with your great tutorial, I can not only make maple leaf designs, but I can go outside and pick up some oak leaves and maybe some others that would make a great collection and also be wonderful Christmas gifts. Our fall is not nearly long enough in Maine, so to have a bit of fall in December is usually pretty welcome.
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    Thank you everybody! I made a whole bunch of them for our Autumn table.
    And Laurie, that is really awesome that you started thinking about all the other neat things you can make. I never realized that Fall was a short season in Maine. We've always loved Maine.

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    Gorgeous!! Yummy centerpiece and the leaves make a great addition!
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