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Hi, my name is Stephie. Welcome to Dawn Chorus Studio, my creative space! I hope you'll feel inspired to make some of the projects I share here.

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The Hexie Mug Rug

from Dawn Chorus Studio
(9) Name: 'Sewing : The Hexie Mug Rug
The Hexie Mug Rug
The Hexie Mug Rug Hexie Mug Rug in shot cotton
The Hexie Mug Rug
The Hexie Mug Rug
The Hexie Mug Rug Enjoy Your Coffee on The Hexie Mug Rug!
The Hexie Mug Rug 4 Designs available
The Hexie Mug Rug The Hexie Mug Rug

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • whip stitch
  • straight stitch on your sewing machine

Pattern Description:

Looking for something quick and simple? Well this project is pretty and practical too! You can easily have a set of mug rugs (coasters) made over a few evenings a week, enjoying a bit of peaceful sewing in front of the tv, or anywhere you fancy - it's the ultimate portable project that fits in your bag without a fuss!

If you've ever felt daunted by hand sewing this project will have you hooked; it's an ideal introduction to English Paper Piecing for the beginner, takes less than a fat quarter's worth of fabric, and won't take you years to make! The pattern includes templates at the right size, detailed instructions, diagrams and links to my online sewing tutorials. So what are you waiting for - download and get sewing today!

Have fun, Stephie

This pattern is one of four designs which will be available to download here soon.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approximately 4.75" square


  • Small fabric scraps to cover 7 hexagons (about 6" square in total)
  • 1 piece cotton fabric 12" x 6"
  • 1 piece of cotton batting 5.5" square
  • Matching sewing and hand quilting thread
  • Sewing needles (I prefer Crewels)
  • Scissors or rotary cutter and mat
  • Pencil/tailor's chalk
  • Sewing machine with straight stitch

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