A Mug Tote!
What a great idea! How great is this idea?
- I love to sew
- It’s fun and easy to sew
- It uses scraps
- It makes a great gift
- It protects my mug when I take it somewhere
- It makes a great blog post
Many thanks to my friend Joyce; she brought one to Sewing Social in Trenton last week and a lot of us got excited to sew one. I offered to write a pattern, and here’s the result.
Here’s the supply list in case you want to get started, BUT, I’m not going to post the instructions here until December 13th. If you’re a subscriber, you’ll receive a notice by email, if you’re not a subscriber, you can do so by filling in your email addy at the top left of this page.
Outer layer, 1 piece 10 inches x 14 1/2 inches and a 5 inch circle for the bottom.
1 piece of batting or fusible fleece 14 inches x 6 1/2 inches.
For lining, 1 piece 10 inches x 14 1/2 inches and a 5 inch circle for the bottom.
25 inches of narrow ribbon for the tie.
2 strips of 1/4 inch wide paper backed fusible web 14 1/2 inches long.
One 4 1/2 inch diameter sour cream container lid
Matching sewing thread.