Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Galentine's Day with Island Batik

Galentine Day...
A day to celebrate with your gal pals!
The first of the Ambassador challenges, have begun.
Island Batik sent us these gorgeous fabrics,
with a challenge to make a "Galentine's" Day mug rug or post card.
Here's my "Love Letter" mugrug.
This pattern is from Angies Bits 'N Pieces.
I've long been a fan of her wonderful applique patterns.
You can see more of them 

It seemed like just the perfect little rug...
For us to share a bottle of wine and some truffles over.
Oh, oh...my secret is out!
Yes, my gal pals love a little bit of vino from time to time.
No matter what your favorite cuppa is...
Enjoy it with your gal pal!
til next time...
Keep on Stitchin'

17 comments:

  1. Hi Joan this is gorgeous,well done my friend on your beautiful finish xx

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  2. Your mug rug is really sweet. Love Angie's design in your Island Batik batiks.

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  3. So much fun - your mug rug, chocolates and a little wine (probably some whine too)!

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  4. Very cute, great having the hearts spilling out of the envelope.

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  5. Perfect project for those yummy fabrics - well done!

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  6. I drink my vino out of a tea cup every night with dinner. (It's so much easier than balancing a stemmed glass). It looks great on a mug rug, like they were made to be a set. Yours is great. You deserve a drink now.

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  7. Oh Joan, how sweet of you to make this darling mug rug in honor my birthday!! LOL It is adorable! I love mug rugs!

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  8. it's lovely! Even more so with the addition of those Lindt chocolate!!

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  9. What a cute design. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. That is very cute - lots of fun hearts.

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  11. Excellent Island Batik challenge for Galentine’s celebrating. Super cute mug rug for those glasses of wine and some truffles. Happy Galentine’s Dear...xo

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  12. Perfect creation! Now, be honest, was the wine before, after or during the creative process??

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