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Nov 21, 2013

Mug Rug Thursday





Wow, it's almost a year now, since I started my Mug Rug Thursday give-a-way! Time has really flown by.
Today's mug rug, "This Old Shoe" is my favorite rug now. I can imagine my great-grandma wearing a pair of these.

I used my Pfaff to embroider these eyelets (#150, single design on the machine). I love the crackled fabric used for the shoe. I really had to dig deep to find that particular one.
 

I used a lighter background with the dark brown shape to make the shoe stand out.


All the fabrics are from my stash which has grown somehow......sigh!!


Design on the reverse side. I used a Sharpie to make the lines I wanted to use more visible.


The original clipart design.
You will need to leave a comment to be placed in the "hat."
 I'll announce a winner
 November 29st.
Yes the 29th, the day after Thanksgiving.
We'll all be filled with turkey/dressing and other trimmings, so a day late is much needed.
 
Now,
The winner of
 "Autumn Leaf"
 is....
....................

Leslie
Congratulations to you!
Just leave a comment so that we can communicate via email.

15 comments:

Tammy said...

Congratulations to Leslie. Love the vintage shoe. I love vintage clothes and shoes...Fabulous job on this one. Isn't it amazing how those stashes can grow....At least you have a great reason for it...

Emma's Daughter said...

Love the style of this one! Please put my name in "the hat!" Rcoyle at olemiss dot edu

Kathy L said...

Another great mug rug. Like how you demonstrate the process you use to make your designs.

Gill said...

Congratulations to Leslie!
The shoe works really well Rhonda - so different from your usual subjects!

shawn said...

Great mug rug, my mother collects little ceramic shoes.
smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

Gari in AL said...

OK, my birthday is on Thursday so winning this one would be great!

Guilitta said...

It´s again a great mug rug. Your boot is fantastic. I would love to win it.

Greeting Guilitta

Pat said...

I really loved seeing the stages of this mug rug. You are one super-talented gal!!!

Miz Karen said...

Love the old-fashioned shoe. Glad we don't need button hooks anymore in order to be shod. Enjoyed seeing how you go from an idea to the finished project.

Jeanne Gwin said...

Congratulations to Leslie n her win. Normally I would not enter to win if I already have but........I have to take a chance to win this mug rug. It is so appropriate for my girlie bedroom. thanks for a chance to win !!

Cindy said...

Love this antique shoe mug rug! You certainly put a lot of work into this! I would love to be able to look at it everyday!

Bonnie said...

You are such an artist. Haven't seen any of your projects that I haven't loved. This shoe is so detailed. Thanks so much for these giveaways.

Texas JennyWren said...

I have been enjoying all your mug rug designs. You are so creative!! Love the grandma shoe - it is darling. I wonder why people back then had so much smaller feet? Have you noticed that? In museums the shoes are always so very tiny!!

Rose Marie Andreozzi said...

Wow, look at that shoe. If I win, that shoe will get hung up in my hallway. Hubby has been complaining that there is an empty spot ever since he 'borrowed' a tiny quilt to hang over a hole in the wall in the kitchen! sewingblogsarefun@yahoo.com

Mary said...

I couldn't help but smile when I saw this one. Thank you for sharing your blog with us and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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