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Art Deco Mug Rug Pattern and Sleeve

By: Suzy from Daily Holiday Blog
Updated September 12, 2018
Art Deco Mug Rug Pattern and Sleeve
This image courtesy of dailyholidayblog.com

Give the gift of a great morning when you make this funky little project. With the Art Deco Mug Rug Pattern and Sleeve tutorial you will learn how to quilt a funky, little free mug rug pattern and how to sew up matching customized coffee sleeves each and every time. Find the funkiest, the brightest, and the cutest fabric you can to make these free mug rug patterns POP! This project is a great stash buster and an amazing gift, as well. Pair it with a new mug and some caffeinated treats to make a precious little gift basket.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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I love the pattern of this mug rug and sleeve. By using scraps from your stash you can make each one different. They will make great gifts as well. I try to make my own sleeves to save on paper and they usually get the cup warm and keep your fingers from getting burned. I just carry them in my purse. I am sure people will notice these and want some for their own use. Thank you.

I love the Art Deco era and the geometric shapes... This pattern lends itself to this design and is a great way to use those itty bitty fabric scraps in your stash! You can even add some metallics to glam up the design even further! Make them larger to create a placemat, or sew several together into blocks for a cool designer table runner! Cool!

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