My Mug Rug - a Friday Favorite

I have a mug rug - I didn't know that! In that box I was going through I discovered that my forward thinking daughter, made a mug rug 8 years ago, 2003.  How's that for being ahead of the curve? She crossstitched the flower.  I am going to clear a space on my desk to put it and enjoy it.  Thank you, Em, once again.  You know how much I like flowers.  It's amazing what one finds in those destashing boxes.


PS:  that's  my favorite mug too - not for the size but the saying.
PPS:  What's your friday favorite. Let us know at Shay's Quilting in my Pajamas where she hosts favorite things friday

Comments

  1. That is a gorgeous find and I certainly wouldn't be putting a mug on it, it's too beautiful.

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  2. Favorite Friday thing: Putting on my "Wabi Sabi" shirt and sweater. I read an article about the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi Sabi - the appreciation of the imperfect and impermanent as manifested in the material world. When I read this article I pulled my favorite shirt and sweater out of the mending basket where they had sat for a couple of years. I realized they weren't in need of mending - they were just Wabi Sabi. I put a picture of the shirt on my blog.
    http://quiltwrapup.blogspot.com/2011/02/wabi-sabi.html

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  3. Maravilhoso.Adorei.As cores escolhidas de eextremo bom gosto.Parabens!!!

    simone/poa


    www.simonert.blogspot.com

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  4. perfect! just perfect! but don't use it too often as it will need washings and fade.
    She certainly was ahead of her time making this. A beauty!

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  5. this is gorgeous!

    So, after all of your commenters suggested not using your mug run - what will you do? :)

    ps - I love your profile pic - it is really adorable!

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  6. I cant believe the detail in that stitching. It's just so pretty. And the border is perfect! Yes - you're daughter is quite possibly the inventor of mug rugs!

    All of my mugs rugs have coffee on them . It adds character. I'm not sure I'd be using that one though. It's too pretty to stain!

    Thanks for dropping by to FTF and linking up :)

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  7. So very pretty. I would be scared to use it as well, mostly because I could never make anything so pretty! Love this FTF.

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  8. She was ahead of her time and it's a lovely mug rug.

    Billie

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  9. Love your mug rug, what a pretty treat.
    Hugs
    Gail

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  10. That is one beautiful Mug rug...sure you want to use it??

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  11. Beautiful mug rug! I like the saying on your cup too! They make a great combon!

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