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a coffee rug

at work I have a coffee pot that needed a rug under it so I made this! I always see all over flicker the cute little mug rugs so I thought it would be cute to make one..only for the coffee pot!

And i have been wanting to use gray as my background. I love how the scrappy fabrics stand out against the gray. this is actually inspiration for a quilt!

And then the back has a bit of a kitchen feel. It didn't turn out as cute as I hoped so I will go back to the inspiration of flickr for some more ideas.

Like this one! I love the scraps of fabric.

There is even a mug rug swap on Flickr
 Here is another cute one I had to show. There are too many posted. I love Flickr!
And I love Craftastic Monday!
Click on the link below for more inspiration! 


  1. What a cute idea. I have wanted to make something for under the dish drainer and I think pattern will work out great. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. this is great...i love the bright colors against the gray. great job!

  3. I love the grey. It looks so good with the other colors.



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