Pinky String Mug Rug

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Pinky String Mug Rug

Pinky String Mug RugI worked with lots of pink scraps this month and here is my newest little mug rug. I pieced little strings together and then added a little applique flower to it.Pinky String Mug Rug

 I also dug into my scraps of batiks to use some pinks and a few reds to make a couple blocks that I will use for a project that I am doing for the Hugs & Kisses blog hop, my day will be February 12th.
Pinky String Mug Rug

This is the last Saturday to link to Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2013 – be sure and check out what others are working on!

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Here are the other pink projects I worked on this month and the posts.

Swirly Pink pillow – here

Pink Pillow

Crossroads blocks in 3 different sizes and a tutorial – here

Crossroads block in 3 sizes

Today I get to go to Chuck E. Cheese for pizza and my granddaughter’s 6th birthday…..I don’t think this is going to be a quiet day……

Yesterday my friend Mary stopped by and we had fun looking at things in my quilt room and I showed her how to use the AccuQuilt Go Baby and the Sizzix Big Shot, she couldn’t believe how easy and fun it was to use them. She works a lot with felted wool applique and also makes rag rugs with cotton strips which she is going to teach me how to do.

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23 Comments

  1. That mug rug is so awesome Connie. And there's that super cute flower again. I LOVE that one. Of course, I love everything you make. 🙂 I still need to tell you though.

  2. Absolutely LOVE your mug rug!! I may just have to make one for me ;)) You have a wonderful collection of pink projects and some great tutorials for this month Connie! Love them all. Thank you for all the lovely eye candy!

  3. your mug rug is soooo cheery! I would love to see that on my desk at work every day. I need to look at my scraps.
    I don't have that much in pink, but I sure like what you've created thanks for the motivation 😉

  4. Some wonderful PINK projects Connie! Love your little mug rug – you always make things look so cute with your special applique!

  5. Love the little pink mug rug – may have to start making a few as I don't like to put out full-size placemats when all I'm having is my coffee! Cute, cute, cute!

  6. Thanks for the block printout. I have been looking for a block for my "Sew Red for Women". There was one block I just didn't like at all, and I needed a 12-inch substitute. This is just perfect! I can use all the reds/pinks I have used in the other blocks. Once again, great ideas……..have a great weekend!

  7. What a good sport you are for braving an afternoon at Chuck-E-Cheese. It does make you want to go and hide for a while in a quiet room. Love your pink mug rug — and you even found the perfect mug to use with it. Looks like a productive pink month for you. Thanks for linking in.

  8. Love how nicely the reds and pinks play together. Stunning mug rug! I hope you will post some pictures of your future rag rugs. I have some ugly old fabrics that I'll never use in quilts. But I think they would look awesome in a rag rug at my kitchen sink.
    Have a good time at the birthday party.

  9. Looking at all of your sweet projects, I have come to the conclusion that my stash is sorely lacking in pinks! 🙂 That mug rug is just too cute – your applique just the perfect finishing touch!

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