January Chill Mug Rugs

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January Chill Mug Rugs Pattern


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Quilting: January Chill Mug Rugs
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor


Table Accessory

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic quilting skills, fusible web applique, simple hand embroidery

Pattern Description:

Winter is here! The silhouette children are out in winter's wonderland of ice and snow, and they are taking full advantage of it to have a fantastic time. Our boy rides his sled down the snow covered hill and his dog follows, sliding, as well. The sister is just a bit wobbly on her new ice skates. Her dog, who is naturally low slung, drops even lower to keep balanced. He seems not to know what to make of this slippery surface.

Bring the magic of winter into your snug, warm home with these easy to sew mug rugs. They are quickly stitched with fusible web applique. A mug rug tossed on a desk or a table by your chair is just the right size to hold a cup of something hot and a winter's snack.

The pattern contains detailed instructions for mug rugs including full size templates and a full sized layout.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have though email or on my Facebook page.

Email: klee2strings@gmail.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/KLee2Strings
Blog: klee2strings.blogspot.com

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7" x 9"


  • Two 7" x 9" pieces of print fabric for background 1/8 yard of black fabric for silhouettes Two 9" x 11" pieces of fabric for backing 1/4 yard fabric for binding Two 9" x 11" pieces batting Lightweight paper-backed fusible web for silhouettes Thread for quilting Black thread or invisible polyester thread in "smoke" for applique Black embroidery floss

About Designer

About Designer

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by 2strings
Lincoln, NE
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Since retiring from my teaching career I've discovered that there is life outside of the classroom! I spend parts of most of my days indulging in my favorite hobbies of quilting and sewing. I started designing patterns as an experiment, and no one was more surprised than I was to find that other people liked my little designs. I try to write my patterns in such a way that beginning quilters can ...

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