I am Amy from Increasingly Domestic, and I am thrilled to be here!
when she asked me to be a part of this fun event!
A little about me: I am the oldest of 13 children...my youngest sibling is just 9 months older than my daughter.
Crazy, right?! I am married, have a 7 year old daughter and a 14 month old son and am blessed to be a SAHM.
My blog is about all things domestic: sewing, crafting, parenting, cloth diapering, cleaning, furniture refinishing, and anything else that strikes my fancy.
Today I am going to show you how to make this super cute and deceptively simple Quilted Mug Rug.
Matching or Contrasting Thread
I wanted my finished project to be 5"x10" so all these measurements are for that.
Lay out your window fabric pieces in the order that you want them.
Press each piece open with the seam to one side. I pressed my seams to the pink side because I am a freak like that. First born, remember?
Thanks for having me Gwen!
This is adorable, Amy! I love that it has room for both a mug and some cookies. And the fabrics are so cute... love that polka dot border. You must pop on over to Amy's blog Increasingly Domestic to check out the dresser she recently refinished. It's amazing! And check out Amy's other great ideas and projects, from making your own baby food to sewing projects and everything in between. Thanks so much for sharing your mug rug today, Amy!