Monday, 3 November 2014

Tea Cups

The whole of last week I have been working on only one block - about 10 minutes at a time...
At last the block is finished. LOL! I think this is the longest I've worked on a block of this size (10").

Here is a Quilt Art Designs block - 3 Tea Cups

This is one of those very first designs I made and now its going to be part of my Retro Kitchen Quilt.

I can't decide if I need to add strips  between the blocks or just sew the blocks together as is.

Now we wait for our last block from the Sew Sweet QAL over at Shape Moth.

Other kitchen blocks you see here are from Quiet Play.

Thanks to all for joining in on Friday's Link-Up party. 

Always great to see what others are working on. 
You are all winners to me!!

Let me know which pattern you would like (up to $4) and I'll send you the PDF file.


On another note:

I need some help!!

The Paper Piecing 1/4" Magazine needs your help!

I need to find advertising space with blogs and sewing fanatics
who are into paper piecing - big time!
Where are you hiding?
do any of you know these blogs or people who could be interested?


Have a great Monday!


Helen@Till We Quilt Again said...

10 minutes here and there adds up! Now you sit back and have a cup off tea and look at your wonderful. Thank You for stopping by and linking up with “Anything Goes Monday”. I am enjoying be a guest host and meeting so many new quilty friends. I just started following you through B/L and Email (so I don’t miss out on your posts) and look forward to more of your posts in the future. Your PP is amazing!!!

Cheri, the Quilting Nanny said...

VEry cute quilt!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Great teacups and a great addition to your quilt.

ipatchandquilt said...

Can I come over for some tea? :-)
Love this design! I adore how you have combined the Sew Kitschy blocks and yours. I think I will do the same! I have been away from the patterns a while, but I want to work on them next month. Thank you for showing your work!

Julia Nyanyo said...

I love tea, and I love your beautiful work, the attention to detail is amazing.

legato1958 said...

Love your Sew Kitschy and Sew Quilt Arty blending of blocks!! The teacups block is very cute!!

LA Paylor said...

so very cute, are you selling this pattern? LeeAnna at not afraid of color

Joy said...

I'm happy to see you enjoying yourself and putting a quilt together. The combination of patterns from different designers is coming together beautifully.

Vera said...

Looking good my friend!

Janeen van Niekerk said...

Yes, this is part of the Tea Time Blocks. Old pattern - still looks good tho'

Anonymous said...

I am a paper piecing fanatic, just busy with some Judy Niemeyer projects and also sewing the Sweets ftom Shape Moth! Your pattern are great, will subscribe today for this terrific magazine!