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In the Hoop Mug Rug 3 Different Designs

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(10) Name: 'Embroidery : In the Hoop Mug Rug 3 Different Designs
In the Hoop Mug Rug 3 Different Designs In the Hoop Projects mug rug set
In the Hoop Mug Rug 3 Different Designs 3 Mug Rugs In the hoop
In the Hoop Mug Rug 3 Different Designs ITH Mug Rug Embroidery

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • use your embroidery machine
  • transfer files to embroidery machine

Pattern Description:

This is a great way to use your machine embroidery to create a set of mug rugs, ideal as a host gift or a house warming party gift.

In the Hoop Mug Rug, set of 3 different designs complete with very detailed photo tutorial and clear instructions so that you really can't go wrong. This pattern will show you how to create an ITH mug Rug which is quilted and completely done in the hoop. One of the simplest In The Hoop Embroidery Projects that you can think of yet with so many possible cute results!

This pattern is for a 5x7 hoop. Will require hand sewing of the final opening that is 2 inches wide (to close it off from where you turn it inside out). Complete with a stippling stitch that makes it so unique. Fully quilted. The pattern will guide you as to where to place the fabric, and the tutorial will make it very easy for you to understand what going on and what needs to be done.

You can also personalize the mug rugs by adding a little name just before you do the last stitch.

Files included in this download are JEF, VIP, HUS and PES. Should you require any other type please contact me.

Materials:

  • wadding
  • polka dots cotton
  • fabric scraps 5x5 inches
  • plain cotton 7x9inches
  • Heat and Bond Supply

You Will Also Need:

  • 5x7 hoop on embroidery machine
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$5.00

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About the designer

I love sewing and creating new things. My mother passed this on to me. While she sewed clothes for me I would create dolls' dresses out of the scraps that fell on the floor. Now with two sons and a ...

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