For many quilters, we dabble in other crafts as well. Personally, I have shelves filled with ribbon, yarn, stamps, paint, styrofoam shapes, beads, and more craft supplies. Making custom mugs is a popular craft. For anyone interested in making a quilt mug for themselves or for a friend, I created this quilt mug design – and it is free! Plus, you can find links to many other free mug designs for all different occasions down below.
You can use the Cricut Mug Press to make your mug, or you can use another method such as permanent vinyl to attach your design. If you’re not familiar with the Mug Press, it is a tool that uses a sublimation process to fuse the ink into the surface of the mug, making it permanent and dishwasher safe.
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Check out all these other fun Mug Wrap SVGs:
- Bee Kind – The Country Chic Cottage
- Monstera Leaves – Pineapple Paper Company
- Home is Where the Dog Is/Dog Mama – Hello Creative Family
- Mermaid Scales – Hey Let’s Make Stuff
- Drippy Mug – Happiness is Homemade
- Artist Supplies Mug Wrap – 100 Directions
- Sunflowers – Happy Go Lucky
- Crafting Scissors – See Lindsay
- Rainbows – Artsy Fartsy Mama
- Weiner Dog – Crafting in the Rain
- You’re on Mute – Mad in Crafts
- Maybe Tomorrow Satan – 30 Minute Crafts
- Quilt Mug Design – Always Expect Moore
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Comments & Reviews
Love the ease of the press! I do believe I need one.
Brenda Hulsey says
I would like to make the quilt mug.
Terri Hauge says
This looks to be a wonderful technique. I have a cricut and have applied vinyl to mugs, but it isn’t always durable. What an awesome way to make wonderful gifts.
Terri H says
This would be wonderful to make all sorts of gifts for family and friends – Mother’s Day would be a wonderful first project.
Joyce Sochacki says
Looks great!! Very useful
Barbara Johnson says
I would love to have a mug press! I am a big fan of personalized anything, and I think that making personalized mugs for presents would be awesome!
Rosalind Gutierrez says
Very clever and great idea for a quilter.
Sharon Aurora says
I would love to make mugs for my whole family and many of my friends.
Pamela Curtis says
Angie Terry says
This is awesome! I’ve never seen these before.
Padgett Lucinda says
I Love To Sew!!!!!!!!!
Dawn Wilder says
What a cool tool!
Cohni Ace says
ooooh muuugs. Do we have any feedback on how they survive washing? Can they go in the dishwasher? I have so many CHOICE words I would love to put on a mug!!
They are dishwasher safe! <3
Cindy W says
I’d put a picture of each of my grands on a mug!
Hmm – If I’m understanding correctly, these are all patterns to use with the Cricut that I don’t have… But I’m very interested in learning about what pens to use to write on glass and pottery! In my dream world it would be a pen that I could use something like nail polish remover to fix any mistakes I make while writing….
Karen McAdams says
The “Subscribe” does not work on this page.
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