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Wednesday, December 07, 2016

A Sewing Project

I made some mug rugs!  Just in case you aren't familiar with what a mug rug is, it's a placemat for your mug (of tea, hot cocoa, or even coffee if you're into that sort of thing) with room for a little snack (cookie or muffin sized).  They're bigger than a coaster but smaller than a standard placemat.  You can find tutorials all over the Internets for mug rugs, but I used this one for a simple, hexagon shaped one.  They worked up really quickly and I think they turned out cute!  This pattern could probably also be used for hot pads, but you'd want to use heat resistant batting; I just used plain cotton batting for these.

Nothing like a quick sewing project for instant gratification!


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