February Muggamo!

February is almost done and I have yet to share with you my super cute mug rug for the month.
Jen over at Patterns by Jen is sharing a new Mug Rug pattern every month.  Fun little projects that go together so quickly and are a great gift for friends (or yourself :) ).  You can find January's tutorial and February's tutorial Here and Here.

I know exactly who I am gifting this one to.  Now if I could only remember to put it in the mail...

I don't fussy cut very often, but this Love just wanted to be part of the February Muggamo!

I made an attempt at little tiny quilted hearts.  Some good, some not great, but still cute if you ask me.

The little swirls were very hard to do from the front because the thread matched the fabric.

Not your traditional Valentine colors, but I like it and see myself making this mug rug will all kinds of fussy cut bits.  

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  1. That is so special, and what a gorgeous gift.

  2. I love the fabrics you chose for this mug run. It makes me want to kick back with a cup of cappuccino and a stack of chocolate chip cookies! I love quilting with thread that matches the fabric, but man, it does make it hard to see what you are doing sometimes.

  3. I really like that text fabric! Cute mug rug!

  4. I live your color/fabric choices. Whom ever it is gifted to will LOVE it. Great job!

  5. I like your text fabric, and your FMQ is really great! A lovely job!
    I'm sure the recipient will be delighted to receive such a thoughtful gift!
    Barbara x

  6. That's adorable! I made 2 mugrugs in February, kept one, gave one away, and I want to make more. :-)

  7. Very pretty! The background makes me think of chocolate, and chocolate and love go together perfectly! ;) Great star!

  8. What a cutie! This is a great way to practice your quilting (which looks pretty darn good already) without having a huge commitment. Your pattern also is a chance to practice lining up corners--my nemesis. There you go: I've talked myself into practicing on a few cute mugrugs that will look very similar. Thanks!


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