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Breast Cancer Awareness Mug Rug

from Crafting with Lisa Marie
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Breast Cancer Awareness Mug Rug
Breast Cancer Awareness Mug Rug Embellish w crystals, beads or buttons.
Breast Cancer Awareness Mug Rug Makes a great gift.
Breast Cancer Awareness Mug Rug Use templates to make coordinating card.

Pattern Description:

A friend of mine recently celebrated 5 years of being cancer free! Even though I don't see her often, she is always in my thoughts. I created this mug rug with her in mind. So many of us have been touched by the "C" word. I wanted to create something whimsical and uplifting to show my moral support to all those women and their families who so bravely battle breast cancer everyday.

The pink ribbon is an optimistic symbol that honors those who have been touch by breast cancer. Creating this mini quilt for someone in your life is a lovely way to show your support for them and will act as a little reminder that you are thinking of them always.

This pattern includes step by step instructions, list of materials needed, full size placement guide and templates with easy to follow cutting and sewing instructions on how to create applique, mitered corners and binding too. If you're not comfortable with creating mitered corners and binding yet, also included is an easy No binding method, Perfect for Beginners.

Patterns and Templates may be used for PERSONAL USE ONLY.

Fundraising Information
Written permission is requested to sell the items you make from this pattern and/or templates for fundraising purposes.. Your request may be sent to craftingwithlisamarie@gmail.com.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7.5" x 7.5"

Materials:

  • Fabric
  • Batting
  • Paper Backed Fusible Web


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I've always enjoyed crafting and being creative. I've tried my hand at many crafts, including crocheting, embroidery, sewing, quilting, jewelry making and paper crafting, just to name a few. ...

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