These Mug Rugs Make Darling Decorations Too

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Design Your Own “Sweaters” from Scraps!

Ugly Christmas sweaters were the inspiration for these darling mug rugs. The result is fun and whimsical little sweater shaped quilts perfect for the season.

Make a few to use and others to give. Package one up with a festive mug and chocolate (or a baked treat) for a wonderful gift.

Ugly Christmas Sweater Mugs Rugs Pattern

However, these little quilts can be used for much more than that. Hang them on mini hangers for your tree or hang several on a cord for a garland or mantel decoration. They’re so cute that you’re sure to think of several ways to display them.

Ugly Christmas Sweater Mugs Rugs Pattern

Five designs are included with the pattern: a tree, Santa, snowman, reindeer and ornament. Part of the fun of making these will be going through your stash to find fabrics and buttons to create your own colorful version of one or more of the designs.

Ugly Christmas Sweater Mugs Rugs Pattern

Plus, fusible applique makes them very quick to complete. You can have several made in an afternoon.

For hanging, you’ll find a selection of mini clothespins to choose from here and 4″ wire hangers here.

Click here to purchase the “Ugly Christmas Sweater Mugs Rugs” pattern.

 This fun pattern is from Quilt Doodle Designs.


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