See all the Easter Mug Rugs in Carol's 2014 Swap here
|Carol B||04/02/2014 09:22:28|
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As a lot of you enjoyed making Mugrugs last year I wondered if anyone was interested in doing a 'one off' Mugrug swap for Easter.
If there is enough interest I will post details later and sort out partners nearer the time.
Please add your names now if you think you may wish to take part - you can change your mind when details go up so don't worry about being fully committed at this stage.
|Beryl Hedley||04/02/2014 10:32:22|
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I am interested in the Easter mugrug swap. please put me on the list.
|rosemary Rosenfeld||04/02/2014 10:37:39|
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Me too! Rosemary
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Count me in Carol....
|Glenda F||04/02/2014 11:05:46|
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Count me in Carol
|Claire Bear||04/02/2014 12:37:58|
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|Myra of Cheadle||04/02/2014 15:59:09|
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I'm interested - depends which boxes get unpacked by Easter - April this year?
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I am interested please put me on the list.
|Carol Dodge||04/02/2014 20:25:12|
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This sounds interesting don't want to sound silly but what is a mugrug?
|Carol B||04/02/2014 22:04:02|
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not a silly question at all. A mug rug is like a large coaster, it should be large enough for a mug and a biscuit to sit on. It is an idea that started off in the USA to use up scraps of fabric and has grown into an art form.
If you look at the thread - 'New mug rug swap/challenge' which ran last year you will find some links and see what some of us made.
Hope you will find it interesting enough to join in, they really are fun to make.
Any other questions please shout.
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