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How To Hang Any Mug Rug - After You've Made It!

By: Kristen Hubert from Scrap Fabric Love
Updated July 02, 2020
How To Hang Any Mug Rug - After You've Made It!
How To Hang Any Mug Rug - After Youve Made It

"I decided I wanted to make a bit of a momento of this strange lockdown time in our history for my sons. I found a cute pattern from Ameroonie Designs for a Mug Rug with Sunshine & Rainbows. But I decided I wanted to hang them on the wall in their bedrooms. Only trouble is I didn't look up how to add a hanging until after I had finished my binding! Big whoops! So this project is the hack I came up with to hang my mug rugs after the fact! You can use it for any mug rug or mini quilt that you are gifted that you want to hang. I'm sure I'm not the first to think of this at all but every time I tried to look up how to do this I ended up with options for BEFORE you do the binding - so I was pretty pleased when this worked! "

Project TypeLearn a Technique

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine

Easy

Materials List

  • Leftover Binding Strips
  • Button
  • Needle & Thread
  • Dowel or Chopstick
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