January 7, 2011

No One Can Make Just One...

More mug mats.
Someone stop me. They're addictive, I tell you.
No one can make just one.
More Heritage fabric with a crow drawn by Michelle Palmer...
and a summery, French Patisserie fabric with
vintage lace and a little tea time tape.
Perhaps something even more feminine?
Vintage lace and twill tape sentiments...
or sweet roses with love notes tucked in the blooms,
embellished with a flowery piece of lace.

I've discovered the joy of this divinely simple and sweet project.
Perfect gifts for special friends...or a swap project!
I'm just having too much fun to stop!

Would anyone like to participate in a Mug Mat Swap?
If so, please email me to let me know.
(Please put "Mug Mat Swap" in the subject line.)
I've been included in a new Etsy Showcase!
It's called "Feeling Hearty" from CarolinaForero.
Thank you, Carolina, for adding me to your
talented showcase. I really appreciate it.

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Liszha said...

They are adorable! I love them!

Holloway Family said...

These mug mats are so pretty. Are they easy to make? Maybe good for a first quilting project? I'm trying to find something that would be simple and easy for my first quilting project EVERY.

Pam in Brussels, Belgium

STILO BASICO said...

Adorei as esteiras de canecas, linda escolha de cores, parabéns !!

beijos

Chris said...

The mugmats look great! Your fabric choices and the details are lovely. Maybe I do need to learn to sew!

ImagiMeri said...

Hi pretty lady,

Well, those are just the neatest things I've seen in quite a while. Although everything you make is a treasure, these are ingenious! Don't forget.......do you still wanna swap?

Hugs,
Meri

Sew Loquacious Angela said...

Donna,
They are beautiful! I love that Heritage fabric with the crow...great! Silly question: are the mats like rectangular coasters? What sizes are they? I'm thinking along the same lines as Pam in Belgium...this may be a good (and simple?) first quilting project?
Have a great weekend.
Angela

Sew Loquacious Angela said...

Donna,
They are beautiful! I love that Heritage fabric with the crow...great! Silly question: are the mats like rectangular coasters? What sizes are they? I'm thinking along the same lines as Pam in Belgium...this may be a good (and simple?) first quilting project?
Have a great weekend.
Angela

Sue said...

loving the lavender one Donna, so pretty. Well they are all lovely, I feel inspired to try some myself!

Sue

Jane said...

Hi Donna,
The mug mats are all beautiful. Love the detail with the laces. I would be interested in doing a swap. Just got a new sewing machine this week so this might just the project to get me started. Keep us posted!
Enjoy your weekend.
Jane

Crowsnest Pass Primitive Folk Art said...

You are one productive gal...those mug mats are great & I love that you included some of those sweet sketches! Happy New Year to you. Hugs Susan

The Farmer's Attic said...

Hi Donna,

These mug mats do seem to be a hit!!! I love the blues/greens. I would love to swap.

Lucy

The French Bear said...

Ha ha Dee, you never make things in ones do you!!!! They are all gorgeous!!! I seem to on a shoemaking roll......
Have a great weekend!
Hugs,
Mags
xx

Tins and Treasures said...

Good Morning, Donna,
I just love, love, love the ones with vintage lace...

A swap sounds fun. I'll be watching for details. Have a wonderful weekend. ~Natalie

Createology said...

Each and every mug mat you create is so beautiful. I love how you coordinate the fabrics with the laces, trims, drawings, etcetera. You really have an eye for these. Happy sewing...

Cat said...

They are lovely! Don't stop making them!!

Smiles, Cat

Karen said...

Those are darn cute! And I can see how they would be addictive!

Sarah said...

Donna, looks like you are having some fun in the studio!

Michelle May said...

You have been on a roll girlfriend! Too fun!
xx, shell

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Oh my! I LOVE these!!!! Especially the one with the bird. If I knew how to sew, I'd totally swap with you. But I can't - so I'll just admire your work! LOL Theresa

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

These mug mats are beautiful. I'm so-so at quilting and patcvhwork but you're obviously outstading! I love the way you've pieced them together.

Oh, and I really hope your gorgeous dog feels better very soon.

Sarahx

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