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Machine embroidery design
Embroidery machine 4x4 hoop
Sewing machine
yard duck cloth or canvas fabric
yard coordinating cotton fabric
yard of second coordinating fabric
Embroidery thread
Sewing thread
Medium weight cutaway stabilizer
Temporary spray stabilizer
Cutting mat/rotary cutting knife
Fabric marker-disappearing ink
Stick pins
Scissors
Iron

Step 1: Cut one piece of the duck cloth or canvas 9 inches wide x 7 inches high. Step 2: Cut one piece of medium weight cutaway stabilizer just smaller than the duck cloth. Using the spray stabilizer-spray the stabilizer and smooth it to the back of the fabric.
Step 3: Find and mark the center of the duck cloth (canvas) with the fabric pen. I folded mine in half both ways to get my center. Step 4: Hoop the duck cloth along with the stabilizer, centering in the hoop.
Step 5: Embroider the design. Remove the fabric from the hoop when finished. Cut away the excess stabilizer from the back. Step 6: Press the fabric with an iron.
Step 7: Cut two pieces of the cotton fabric 3 inches x 6 inches. Step 8: With right sides facing, pin the two pieces of fabric together on one short end.
Step 9: Sew the one end together with a inch seam. Step 10: Turn the fabric with wrong sides together and press with an iron.
Step 11: Top stitch the top of the pocket with 1/8 inch seam. Step 12: Cut 2 pieces of the coordinating fabric - - -3 inches x 7 inches.
Step 13: Place the pocket onto one of the panels. Pin the right side edge to hold in place. Step 14: Place the panels right sides down onto the duck cloth and pin in place on the outer edges. Sew the outside raw edges.
Step 15: Open the panels out and press the seams away from the center panel. Top stitch 1/8 inch on the seams just sewn. Step 16: Cut one piece of the duck cloth (canvas) - 7 inches x 15 inches. This should be the same size of the front finished panels. Pin this fabric to the top panel-leaving about 3 inches open on the side that doesn't have the pocket. Sew using 1/4 inch seam all the way around, except for the opening for turning around.
Step 17: Clip all 4 corners- close to the seam, but not cutting the threads. Step 18: Turn the project inside out through the opening on the side. Using a blunt object, push out the corners to make them look pointed.
Step 19: Sew all the way around the mug rug using 1/8 inch - inch, making sure to close the opening. Finished!

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