Many, many years ago in a little far away country lived a girl who oftenly went to movie with her daddy to watch movies about wild, wild west. In these movies she saw wonderful bed blankets made from many colorful small pieces of fabrics. And of course, she wanted to have one, but in her far, far away country no one knows how to make it. Then, some decades later clever men invented internet and our little girl (being granny in meantime) finally learned how to make a quilt. From many scraps , in all the wonderful colours in the world.


četvrtak, 6. listopada 2011.


I have two questions for you:
1. Do you love swaps?
2.Do you love mug rugs?

If is you answer "YES" , then this is a post for you.
Oh, yes I adore swaps and this little masterpieces called mug rug.
I love to make big quilts, some of them were really huge, but making this cute little things are kind of relaxation for me.And here is a result of getting these two words together:


First one is made by Anneliese from Ireland

and the second one came from Ireland too, but from the Northern part. It was Karen who made it

They even match together, don't they. And both girls made a wonderful needle cases for me because it was a  "goodie" swap (organized by Susan from Fluffy Sheep Quilting )

And finally here are mug rugs I've made and sent to my new friends  Benta

and Janet

As a goodie, I made a journal cover for each

2 komentara:

  1. What lovely mug rugs and goodies you've given and received!

  2. Wasn't the swap fun. I thought it would be strange making for somebody else, but I enjoyed that side of it, and I LOVED having lovely people make things for me!!!