Holiday Rug Mug – Free Pattern


Hey loves! If you are here it’s because you want to learn a new pattern and we are very happy about that. We want to show you a new model that was very successful around here at the end of the year, in the celebration season. It is a time when we get together and share more time and meals with the family. A well-set table makes all the difference. The Holiday Mug Rug is perfect for that.

A colorful sousplat, full of details and with the face of Christmas. Yes, Christmas is over and it’s too early to start talking about it again. But this model can very well be adapted for the most diverse occasions. For this type of decorative item, what will stipulate whether it has a theme or not, is the fabric, prints and colors. Here you can use more timeless colors, free theme.

One of the details that I liked the most is that rectangle in which we can customize and put the name of each person. It’s a form of affection, showing that you thought about each one of them. It also marks the places and parts of each one. The sousplat is both a decorative and a functional piece that cannot be missing from your table. When we set up a table, whether for a special event or for our family, we want everything to be perfect.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: The Crafty Quilter

Attention to detail is the most important part of decorating. The details of the table, especially the functional ones like napkins, cutlery and, yes, the sousplat, need special care. Sousplat is nothing more than an item that you should use below the plate. That’s because its function is not just decorative. The sousplat serves mainly to protect the tablecloth from food residues that may fall during meals.

Another function is to prevent dishes from slipping on the towel, ensuring the stability of the plate. It can also be used to mark the places of each guest, creating a base for the distribution of the dishes. That the table is charming with this extra detail cannot be denied. The next step is to learn how to make the holiday mug rug and the tutorial is available on The Crafty Quilter. Did you like it? Tell us here in the comments. We want to know what you want to learn too. Come on, let’s quilt!