Sweet Chicken Mug Rug is So Easy to Make

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A Lovely Addition to Your Mug Rug Collection!

This charming mug rug by The Patchsmith was designed for spring but we’d use it all year around.





Eggs are the symbol of birth, growth and new beginnings whilst the chicken signifies homely comfort. Combine the two and you have a new spring-time addition for your desk or table.

Mug rugs are such handy little quilts. They’re just large enough for a beverage and a treat on the side – great for protecting desks and table tops.

It’s also easy to enlarge mug rug patterns and make them into small wall quilts. You’ll find instructions here.

http://thepatchsmith.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/how-to-enlarge-pdf-mug-rug-pattern.html

This one is a quick project, suitable for either hand or machine applique. You can probably make the entire thing with fabric scraps and goodies from your stash.

The finished mug rug is about 9″ x 5.5″.

Click here to purchase the inexpensive “Spring Chicken” mug rug pattern.

 

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