Quirky Tree Mug Rug is a Cheery Holiday Accent |
Great Gift Idea Made From Scraps!
This quirky Christmas tree is so charming and full of holiday cheer. It’s a breeze to make, too, so dig out your fabric scraps and into your stash. You can easily make several in just a day or two.
The finished mug rug is 6.5″ across, but you can make it bigger using these instructions for printing the pattern larger. While we love it as a mug rug, it would also be a nice little wall accent for the holiday season.
Fusible applique makes this mini quilt sew up quickly.
Have fun choosing fabrics for the tree. Greens are always in style, but we can easily imagine it sewn up with other cheery color schemes as well. Just keep in mind that small-scale prints (or solids) will work best.
The pattern from Fat Cat Patterns is free.
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