Halloween Witch and Ghost Pattern Pack - Two Spooky Mug Rug Patterns from the Patchsmith

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Two Patterns – One GREAT Price

Create the perfect spot for your tea and Halloween cookie with this pair of mug rug patterns from the Patchsmith. No magic needed! The witch mug rug finishes at 9.5” x 5.5” whilst the spooky fellows finish at 9" x 5.5". Using the quick fuse applique method and just three fabrics, you can create a functional little quilt for your table or desk in no time at all. Alternatively you could add a hanging ring and display these charming mug rugs in your entrance hall ready to greet the trick-or-treaters when they call.

Of course the witch doesn't have to fly across an orange moon as shown here – you could cast a spell and make it red, purple or even gingham! Whatever colour you choose for the moon or background, there's no need to be scared of the witch or the ghosts – they are more concerned with looking after your tea and cookie than frightening you. And the patterns certainly won’t have you spooked with their easy-to-follow instructions, colour diagrams and full size applique sheets. However, if you do find two ghosts just a little haunting then you can make the single ghosted ‘BOO’ version which is also included with the Ghostly Duo pattern.

These mug rug pack from the Patchsmith includes both patterns so you can stitch up the perfect Halloween addition for your home or office. Or why not make both – one for your table and one for your desk – or one to keep and one to give away?
These patterns are for personal use but permission is also granted to make these items to sell provided the item is handmade by you and you credit the Patchsmith for the design. No mass production allowed.

Average review
Fun project and easy to follow instructions
Aug 1, 2017 by paint147231
Aug 17, 2016 by Beverly Coppe
Very nice that they gave me a refund for a mistake I made.
Sep 10, 2014 by lori kaufman