Friday, 14 October 2011

That Mug Rug Bug !

A friend asked me to make a mug rug for her so yesterday afternoon I duly obliged !
She is a lovely lady who deserves so much more than a mug rug but I hope she likes what I came up with.
It's very 'busy' with all those patterned fabrics but I think they work well together.

3-D flower detail

Simple meandering quilting for the mug bit.

A Suffolk puff and a colourful button just finishes off this flower perfectly.
This is the second mug rug I've made and I love them.  Yesterday I looked out some Christmas fabrics and I'm now planning  a table runner and some placemats.

The last few posts I've been meaning to show you a cushion I made as a birthday gift for my friend Shelley in Australia.  I kept forgetting but I've remembered today.

Shelley's fave colour is purple and she loves the Victorian/shabby chic/ romantic look. She loved her cushion.

Finally today, have a look at these little button jars.

Aren't they super cute ?  My daughters got a jar each at the quilt show.  You should have seen their faces when I asked for ONE button for the mug rug - they didn't want to give me one !  I bribed them with chocolate!
Have a great weekend everyone.  I will be back with another finish very soon.
Til then
happy sewing

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mainer said...

Your work is absolutely gorgeous!

Laura said...

Rhianon, you are so talented! Can i come and do a class with you? :)

The Speedy Sketcher said...

hahaha, next time it will be 10p a button for my savings tin><

Angie said...

That mug rug is adorable!

Mary-Frances said...

I could see my daughters doing the same thing when they were younger...good idea going for the chocolate, works every time! lol The mug rug is adorable, what a great flower!

Ullan tilkut said...

Hi! Greetings from Finland! You asked if I have done the flower the same way as you. Some of them I have done the same way and some of them not. It's difficult to explain. I have split the circle and then sew a seam. Then turn the piece. I had add some photos to my Facebook, if you have time, go to see.
I maybe add the photos also to my blog. The photos are not very good.
Yours, Ulla

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