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Thread: Maple Leaf Mug Rugs - Pictorial Tutorial & Pattern

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingcousin
    These are just the ticket to think fall. It's hard to do here in the desert when it's still in the 100's. Your tutorial is clear and easy to understand. Thanks for posting.
    Thanks! We should realize we've been blessed here with this cooler weather finally arriving!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi
    Help - I want to save this to My Bookmarks but don't know how. Can someone help me here?
    Hi Suzi! At the top of each topic section, over the word "author" on the left, there are tabs. The left most one says "bookmark" just click on that.

    PS - I love your quote!

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    Just love this mug rug! Your fabrics are lovely. Thanks for the great tute and cool idea!
    Blessings,
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    I just love the way your coasters turned out! Thank you som much for sharing.

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    Love tute - is there a way to print out just the tute?? - (I am not very computer saavy lol) thanks cheryl :thumbup:

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    Oh so nicely Canadian and seasonal! :)

    Would make for great hostess gifts at this time of the year, or for Canucks to take as gifts when they are travelling at any time of the year!

    Well Done!! :)

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    Oohhh, how pretty! Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing, I'm adding these to my ever growing list.

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    Thanks so much for taking the time to prepare and post a tutorial. Love your mug rugs and your fabric choices are exquisite. I too had recently seen this using felt but yours are so much nicer.

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    Very nice. Just the thing for fall. I wanted to make a wreath for our door, but the supplies alone added up to way too many dollars. These in various sizes could be used. Plus they would make a great gift for all the people at our bank. Thanks. Good job.

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    oh wow - that's just gorgeous!! I love love love it! :)

    Fall is my favorite time of the year - no allergies! :) I'll be making some leaves!

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    They're beautiful!!!!!!!! Thanks for the great tutorial.

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    Ohhh, these are cute and really look like maple leaves! You did a fantistic job on the coasters and tutorial. Thanks so much for making it available!

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    Those are beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing, I will be making some for sure!

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    Thanks so much for this pattern, I have printed out the leaf and will be making a few of these. I love making these intstant gratification patterns.

    ETA I just read the idea for making a wreath, great idea :thumbup:

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    Those are so pretty. Love the fabrics you used - they look like the maple leaves will here all too soon! Thank you for taking the time to share your tutorial with us.

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    That was a wonderful Tute on a do it now project. I love how yours turned out. I am bookmarking this and already have some great fall fabric to make them. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you so much. What a great gift for fall.

    Lynn

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    These are wonderful! Thank you for the great step by step tutorial. I am definetely going to go and find the perfect fabric....Thank you for sharing.

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    Those really are cute! May have to make some myself. :)

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    Wow, those are beautiful! Wonderful design!

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    Beautiful, beautiful coasters. and thank you for the excellent tutorial, I'll definitely be making these!!

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    Thanks so much for sharing your tute!

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    So cute and great instructions!!!!

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    Lara, that is a beautiful pattern and colors, makes me think of fall, then gift giving. :thumbup:

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    Terrific idea, as well as directions.
    I believe I'm going to do this for Christmas gifts - only instead of a maple leaf, I'll draw a fat Christmas tree and use your directioins.
    Thanks for sharing.

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