|Graphic from Little Birdie Blessings|
I made three sets of mug rugs:
|These were for a friend whose name I drew in the Sunday School gift exchange. This shows the fronr and back sides.|
|Just the front sides of these Christmas mug rugs.|
|I made these for a friend.|
|I made these for a Yankee swap at church.|
This is the pattern I used: tea time mug rugs. I chose to use only a 1/4" seam allowance with the strips, rather than 1/2", so I ended up needing only 6 pieces rather than 7.
And I made 2 aprons for middle school age girls. I think these would fit teens as well, and probably even adults. The picture on the pattern (from Gooseberry Patch Christmas book 12) showed a young teenage girl.
These were made from tea towels and turned out simply adorable. They were very fast to make, just simple cutting, pressing and sewing. The neck/waist tie is grosgrain ribbon.
And here is a cross stitch trivet I made for my daughter's birthday.
It's actually a plexiglas trivet with cross stitch insert. The pattern is from Cross Country Stitching and is one of several projects with a tea time theme.
Hope you have enjoyed this look at a few recent crafts!