Sunday, 7 November 2010

Mug Rug complete

Just a short Sunday morning post, the sausies are in the oven, bacon to follow and then fried eggs.  Hubby gone to work, we are battening down the hatches for a hurricane or at least the tail end of it tonight and tomorrow.  Glad I have my waterproofs as I will undoubtedly have to walk through all that rain tomorrow! 

Coffee anyone?


It also lends itself well to being a reversible mug rug, totally accidentally...

I started making another one for my shop last night!

Have a good Sunday everyone!

10 comments:

  1. Lovely job Fiona, I love the ric rac and great mitres.

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  2. This is lovely Fi! Good luck with your wind!

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  3. Haha Flying Blind - yep the sky is becoming overcast now, it started off lovely, now the grey clouds are getting into place!

    Thanks Andrea and Anne Marie!

    X fi

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  4. I love it! Again attention to detail is incredible! You make the most amazing stuff (never thought patchwork was so beautiful till you showed me the light). I'm even considering starting it as a hobby myself! Well done Fi!! From Taheera xxx

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  5. The rug is actually bigger than I thought it would be. absolutely lovely! as always Fi ^_^

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  6. Hi Fiona: finally made onto your site and very excited (no pun intended) I'm still purusing but am very impressed to date (light under a bushell comes to mind). Hope to see you on the train. My sister over in the States would love the craftwork on display. See you on the train soon... Cheers, Ciaran

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  7. Thanks guys for all your comments, Virginie yes it's about 7" x 7" approx (not bigger), hi Ciaran thanks for finding me glad you like the blog!, thank you so much Clara, will be giving Clare a buzz one of these days (just want to give her time to find her feet so to speak).

    X fi

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