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Gobble Gobble Turkey Mug Rug Pattern

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Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

This Gobble Gobble Turkey PDF Pattern is a fall themed mug rug or mini quilt. Measures 7 1/2" x 9 1/2" Mug rugs are easy to make and perfect for smaller leftover pieces of fabric. This pattern is perfectly sized to set your mug on with a snack or even display on your wall. This easy quilt block can be added to others to create a festive quilt that can be enjoyed year after year! Add your favorite blend of coffee or tea for the perfect hostess gift. This mini quilt is a quick sew project that is perfect for machine or hand stitching. Create them in batches for quick gifts to keep on hand. Pattern easily transform into a potholder or hot pad. Mix and match your color palette with prints to create fun designs. Be sure to try out those decorative stitches on your machine. Design comes with 4 holiday inspired sayings for easy embroidery. Template is provided in full with a separate page for tracing. Pattern template is computer line drawn and walks you step by step through sewing. **This pattern is for sewers and crafters of all levels. Perfect for beginners.** BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic sewing skills basic quilting skills

Recommended with this pattern

  • mid size scraps
  • assorted smaller felt scraps
  • batting 7.5" x 9.5"

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Heather is the creative inspiration behind The Sewing Loft. Her mission is to inspire people to think outside of the box with projects that keep the 3 R's in mind: Reduce, Reclaim, Recraft. She loves sharing her skills with others and believes in mixing fresh ideas with something old is the perfect recipe to create new fun! For more projects, ideas and tutorials, visit her website, www.thesewingloftblog.com. You can contact her at heather@thesewingloft.com.