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Kitchen Herb Mug Rugs Hand Embroidery


Skill Level


Skills Needed

  • Back Stitch
  • French Knots
  • Lazy Daisy
  • Stem Stitch

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Pattern Details

Cute for gardeners and cooks, a pattern set of kitchen herbs hand embroidered mug rugs featuring garden herbs commonly used in cooking. Nice decorations for your kitchen! This is a set of four hand embroidery patterns featuring a basil, oregano, rosemary and chives. The embroidery designs each measure 2 3/4" x 3 3/4" and can be transferred to fabric using any of the methods available in craft or sewing stores, a light box or a window. The patterns are very easy to embroider with basic embroidery stitches of stem stitch, back stitch, and lazy daisy stitches. The patterns come with easy finishing instructions for the mug rugs. The finished mug rugs measure 7" x 6 1/2". These are nice to use for tea time with friends! Fun gifts for the special people in your life and gift exchanges! This is a PDF pattern and includes a photo page, four embroidery patterns, embroidery instructions, finishing instructions for the mug rugs and suggested supply list. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic embroidery skills with stem stitch, back stitch and lazy daisies basic sewing skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Each mug rug measures 7" x 6 1/2" Each embroidery design measures 2 3/4" x 3 3/4"

Recommended with this pattern

  • embroidery floss
  • four 7" x 6" pieces of fabric
  • small amounts of fabric for mug rugs

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Country Garden Stitchery
Country Garden Stitchery
Welcome to my shop! I began sewing as a young girl in 4-H and my mother and grandmothers all liked to sew. I have a lovely collection of quilts from one of my grandmothers and crocheted afghans from my other grandmother. I love to draw and do needlework so when my children were little and I was staying home with them I decided to design my own patterns and greeting cards. I have a web site that shows all of my patterns and links to other items I make with my illustrations.