Lets Talk Turkey Mug Rug PDF Pattern - Thanksgiving mini quilt

$3.25

This is a digital product delivered as a downloadable file.

This is a digital product delivered as a downloadable file.

About this Product

Talk a little turkey over a cup of coffee with this fun mug rug for Thanksgiving! There is no need to pick out yardage for this project, it's a great scrapbuster! This project is small, quick and easy to sew up. Use it as a mug rug, or as part of a festive place setting for your holiday get-togethers. Make a stack of them as a gift for someone you know that loves to throw holiday dinner parties!


FINISHED DIMENSIONS
10 ½” x 7 ½”

MATERIALS
Turkey: Scraps large enough to make the turkey. Use whatever colors you like for the feathers, dark brown for the
body, and light brown for the head, black or dark brown for the hat, light brown for the band, a small scrap of
yellow for the beak, a small piece of white and black for the eyes (or embroider them as shown in the picture
above), and a small scrap of red for the wattle.
Background fabric: less than ¼ yard (depending on your paper piecing method)
Borders: 4” x 11” piece of whichever fabric you choose.
Heat and Bond: 6” square for the few appliqué pieces.
Batting: 10”x12” piece
Backing: 14”x11” piece.
Binding: 1 yard double fold bias tape/quilt binding, unless folding the backing fabric around to the front.
Threads to match. 

Also needed:
Sewing Machine
Rotary cutting tools
Scissors
Seam Ripper (have you ever really gotten through a project without one?)
Freezer paper or paper piecing paper if desired


Skills used:
Paper piecing
Applique
Standard piecing 

ShannonMac Designs

Almont, MI
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Meet the Maker

Hi, and welcome to my shop! I'm Shannon and I've been designing patterns since 2012. What started as a mystery quilt to raise money for a charity walk turned into a whole thing for me! I am a quilter, machine embroiderer, sewist of various things (pretty much anything except clothes), and crafter of anything that strikes my fancy at the time. Oh, and by day I'm an electrical engineer.

I design mostly quilt patterns, but I'm hoping to branch out into some embroidery files soon!

I've been married for 21 years, and we have two children (our 20 year old son is a sailor, and our 15 year old son is in 10th grade). We also have 2 dogs, a whole clowder of cats, and a pair of rats. We live in the boonies.

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