Love it! That would be a super Christmas gift.
This looks quite nice. Thank you for sharing
I love this too. A postcard option for the back would be good too :)
this is a lovely mugrug & you did a gr8 job ~hugs~
Loved your mug rug so much, I went bought the design! Great job!
Love your fabrics - it looks fantastic.
I like this a lot. It would work well for the holidays.
Awesome work hugs
Oh I love this.... Great Christmas card, what a great idea.
These would be terrific gifts and cards.....anyone would want one!!
Love it !
OH! sew nice.
Great design perfect for the Holidays .
I love this, great job on it. They will make wonderful gift cards. Love Chris
It looks great, well done
It is a very nice mug rug. What is the size ?
This one is 5 x 7 but the design also includes the
6 x 8 1/4
Great job I love it really like the fabric you used
Wow, that is really nice. You have done a great job. I do like the colours you have used.
Looks very pretty. That would be nice for a philatelist too.
Hm I had to look up philatelist. I found out I do not know any unless you are one. :-)
My husband is. I can't see the joy in owning 240 penny blacks just to reconstruct a printing plate :) He is red/green colour-blind so I have to help him occasionally.
Well, he can't understand my being over the moon with a wide range of blue threads, or yellow, let alone reds or greens.
So I think that evens it out nicely.
To clarify: the original stamps were printed with letters for the columns and rows in the bottom corners. I think there were 240 stamps on one plate. And they also had plate numbers.
So imagine just missing BC - like an incomplete jigsaw.
Great stitch out will make a wonderful gift. Sandra.
Thank you. Better then just a paper card. Right?
very nice, i would love to be on your card list, to bad we live so far apart doris
Cards travel anywhere
Excellent job,so elegant ,love it!!👍🏻💐
:-) Thank you