Omit the Ribbons and Use These “Give Thanks” and “Joy” Tie-Ons as Mug Rugs!
Tie these little quilts around the bread basket at your holiday tables. They would also give a personal finishing touch to gift baskets. Or display them anywhere in the house where they can be wrapped around something (a plant’s pot?).
You can even leave the ribbons off and use them as charming mug rugs or mini wall hangings!
However you display them, these easy-to-make little quilts will lend a festive touch through the holidays.
The “Give Thanks” tie-on pattern includes the bonus “Joy” pattern.
These patterns sew up quickly for even beginning quilters. While you’re at it, make extras to give as gifts!
Dig into your fabric scraps and give these quilts a patchwork look. Or, coordinate the fabrics to match your decor.
The finished size of these little quilts is 8 1/2″ x 6 1/2″, excluding the ribbon.
Get the “Give Thanks Tie-On” pattern here (it includes the bonus “Joy” pattern).
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