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Quilt As You Go Holiday Mug Rugs

Learn the quilt as you go method while sewing super cute holiday mug rugs. Template included and free pattern.

I love myself a cup of hot cocoa. Most of the time it is accompanied with a little dipping snack too. I am not one to get all fancy with place settings, but I do love to use a mug rug, or crumb catcher. They are small enough to be tossed into a drawers without hogging a lot of space, and they are super easy to personalize.

mug rug tutorial

Materials Needed:

scraps of fabric for the mug rug top

backing fabric 8 X 10

scraps for applique pieces

Applique templates -print from here

Therm O Web HeatnBondĀ® Lite Fusible applique

Therm O Web Fusible Fleece

christmas mug rug tutorial

Instructions for sewing your holiday mug rug:

1) Cut your fusible fleece and backing fabric to 8 X 10

2) Fuse your backing fabric to the fleece using the instructions provided

3) Sew your scraps to the fused pieces following this tutorial for the quilt as you go method

Learn how to quilt as you go- tutorial. Great for small sewing projects. #quilt #howtoquilt

4) Trace your applique pieces on the Therm o Web HeatnBond fusible- follow instructions to fuse to fabric scrap

5) Cut out and place on finished mug rug top. Iron in place

6) Sew around the outside of the fused holiday applique pieces to secure- you can do raw edge applique, button hole stitch, or zig zag if you’d like.

7) Bind the edges –tutorial for binding here if you need help

These would be great for quick presents, house warming presents for holiday meals, or under your Santa drink and cookies for the special night.

holiday applique

For more quilt as you go fun…check these out:

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5 thoughts on “Quilt As You Go Holiday Mug Rugs

  1. Penny D

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  2. Arlene Burke

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  3. Arlene Burke

    Do you ever have patterns for 18″ dolls? I enjoy making little dresses for dolls for different seasons and holidays. I also make little dresses and outfits for unfortunate
    Children. I would appreciate any help you can share with me. Thank you and have a very happy New Year!!!

  4. Becky

    Arlene– at this time I don’t have any. They are fun to make, but for now they aren’t on the list.

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