Friday, April 29, 2011

More mug rugs ....

so, last night I whipped up two more mug rugs.

Here's the first one:

I really like this fabric from Aneela Hoey called Sherbet Pips. I get relaxed just by looking at the little girl on a swing. I do like how this mug rug turned out, I'm just not sure about how practical it will be with all these light colored fabrics.

My second mug rug is this one:

I went ahead and finished binding on my sewing machine instead of hand stitching. I have to say, it was much quicker, but I don't really like the way it looks. Next time I will be back to hand stitching. Who knows, I might just rip out the whole thing and redo it, probably the best option since it's going to be bugging me every time I look at it.

Until next time, keep making beautiful things.


  1. I started to blog a week ago, I'm a new blogger just like you. I wanted to say Hi! I found your blog through two more seconds. I can't wait to see what else you come up with. These mug rugs thing have been tempting me.

  2. Thanks for your encouragement, good luck with your new blog.

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