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On Tuesday I shared my no waste flying geese tutorial. I decided to make a rug mug out of it by adding a 6 x6" square of fabric to the right side of it. I added backing, batting, quilting & binding. Coasters alone do not cut it by my favourite chair because they are too small! Mug rugs are very useful for both the beverage and the snack.
If you have not seen it, scroll down to see tool and technique tuesday this week or have a look at it here.
I suggest that you try the tutorial (you will always want to make flying geese this way).
Make yourself a little mug rug gift or make a bunch to give away as gifts!
By the way, I just got this message from www.craftsy.com related to their sale starting tomorrow Feb 27th until Feb 29th 29th.
"Craftsy is taking an additional 20% off their existing clearance prices to give you great deals on their project kits and supplies for only a few days. Be sure to check out the deep discounts on your favorite brands before their Winter Clearance sale is over!" Check it out here .
You should take advantage of this before Feb 29th if there are items you need/want.😊
I sincerely hope your Thursday is going as expected!
Don't let the winter weather get you down! February is almost done. ❄️⛄️😊
Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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