Be My Valentine Mug Rug

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A Sweet Little Gift for Someone You Love, Any Time of the Year!

These charming little quilted hearts speaks eloquently of the sweetness of love. Make one for your sweetheart, or for anyone who is special to you. They will surely appreciate the thoughtful, heartfelt gift.

Simple patchwork framed with ric rac makes these mug rugs extra charming. They’re sized to fit under a pot of tea, a mug or a small candy dish.

Be My Valentine Mug Rug Pattern

Choose between patchwork squares or random piecing, rather like a crazy quilt.¬†They’re simple to stitch together, so make more than one while you’re at it.

Be My Valentine Mug Rug Pattern

Be My Valentine Mug Rug Pattern

This project is a good excuse to pull out those pink, red and white fabric scraps and put them to good use. The finished size of the hearts designed by eamylove is 7 1/2″ wide x 7″ tall.

Click here to purchase the “Be My Valentine Mug Rug” pattern.

The following patchwork coasters were made by Kim at Retro Mama. She used one of 18 beautiful patterns in Lovely Little Patchwork by Kerri Horsley (learn more about the book here).

Heart Coasters

While they aren’t exactly the same as the “Be My Valentine Mug Rugs”, they’re very similar and you may be inspired, as we are, by the lovely colors.

Learn more about Kim’s “Heart Coasters” here.


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