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Sunday, November 1, 2009

A SUNDAY CUP OF TEA

Everyone was so helpful in giving suggestions about how to finish my teapots, that I thought I’d show you the finished product. I do like the way it turned out. I think the way it is on the design wall and the angle that I’m taking the picture at, throws things off and sure makes it look uneven, but it really is square.

It's November all ready! Have you started those projects that are to be Christmas presents? Check out the class schedule at the Attic Window Quilt Shop. Attending classes will help you with project ideas and is a good way to socialize with your friends while finishing up a project. Stop by the shop and check out all the samples, new fabrics and new books and patterns in the shop.

Piece N Quilt has a nice tutorial for a self-binding receiving blanket. What a quick way to get a gift finished just in time for that new arrival.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend,
Caroll

10 comments:

Anita in Florida said...

Oh Caroll...your quilt is just fabulous! It is so cheerful and I love the way your outlined the appliques...really great. BTW what size is it?

andsewon said...

Love how it turned out!!!!
So cherry and reminds me of vintage fabric table cloths.
Lola

Mary Lou Weidman said...

Wow, that is so clean and pretty in those colors and who doesn't love anything that has to do with tea? Great choices!

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Oh Caroll, Stop it, I adore that quilt. Just love the colors and the look, Oh my goodness how fun!!!

Edna / HandmadeDiva said...

Tis a lovely quilt. Great colors and beautiful applique.

Allie said...

That is so sweet - so happy and colorful, I love it, great job!!!

Cindy said...

Your teacups just shout "spring".

Just darling.

Vicky F said...

Hi Caroll,
Your teapot quilt turned out very cute. Are you using it for a store sample, or did you do it just for you?
Vicky F

Aunt Pitty Pat's Fun said...

Fantastic.. I love the little cups and tea pots.. this is adorable ;)You always do such lovely work.
M

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Love this quilt! It is so cute.

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