Snowman Mug Rug Pattern

by JenniferJangles November 05, 2013 2 Comments



We're still continuing snowman week here at the Jennifer Jangles Blog. I had a lot of fun making this Snowman Mug Rug. You can find the full size printable Snowman Mug Rug Applique Pattern here.


It's all applique and to make it a quick project, I ironed on all of the appliques with Heat n Bond and then used a piece of fusible fleece as my batting. I did raw edge applique with my quilt sandwich made so it was being quilted at the same time. I did some more loop dee loops(technical term) on the black background and I was finished quilting. I sewed the binding on last night while hanging with the family. Easy Pea-sy. These little projects make me want to make more, they are so fun and satisfying.


Because I know someone will want to know, the background fabrics and the binding are from my It's Christmas! line of fabric. You can find it in quilt shops now.



Enjoy you're mug tug pattern! And if you missed yesterdays Snowman project, you can find it here.

See you tomorrow,








Visit my Website, Etsy Shop, Blog, Facebook


JenniferJangles
JenniferJangles

Author


2 Responses

Becky Meyer
Becky Meyer

June 01, 2016

I will be teaching a beginning applique class at my local quilt shop. I would like to include your snowman mug rug and shrink your snowflake pillow to a pot holder. Do I have your permission to share your projects and give you credit?

Mary Hall
Mary Hall

December 14, 2015

what is the measurement of the snowman mug rug

Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Jennifer Jangles Blog

The Villages Quilt Show

by Jennifer Heynen January 13, 2016 3 Comments

Hello! The Jennifer Jangles Shop is hitting the road this weekend. I am headed to The Villages Quilt Show this weekend. Here's the map and info if your near the area and want to come. It should be fun.

Continue Reading →

Lats days before a winner is chosen

by Jennifer Heynen December 30, 2015 2 Comments

Continue Reading →

Looking for something to make?

by Jennifer Heynen December 26, 2015

 

Continue Reading →