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Judy Taylor-Bellingham Posted: Tue, Jan 15 2013 11:00 AM

I love this table topper teapot quilt. I didn't make it, it was part of show and tell at our guild meeting last night. I have a book of teapot patterns and just might have to make something like this.


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Sukochi replied on Tue, Jan 15 2013 11:08 AM

Oh, my, Judy. How cute is THIS?

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That is adorable Judy. I have a couple of actual teapots, one that my mom and dad used every night. Its a shame people do not use teapots anymore.  This may be the only way we see them :(

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Nana replied on Tue, Jan 15 2013 11:11 AM

Judy

That is really cute.  Love the vine and flower "border".

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Leslie replied on Tue, Jan 15 2013 11:37 AM

Judy, very pretty,  this looks like the one Barbara, did?

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Leslie :

Judy, very pretty,  this looks like the one Barbara, did?

 

It could be, I don't know where the woman in my guild got her pattern. I didn't have a chance to ask her about it. I just know I want to make something similar and have started a Teapot  project file in EQ7. 

 


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Spudgrandma:
I have a couple of actual teapots, one that my mom and dad used every night. Its a shame people do not use teapots anymore

 

Isn't it the truth Spud.  Another one of those wonderful things that is fading into the past.  


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Beth Weigt replied on Tue, Jan 15 2013 12:00 PM

Judy - Don't let Barbara see this - she has enough to do and I'm sure she would like to make this.(She also collects teapots!!)

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Spudgrandma:

That is adorable Judy. I have a couple of actual teapots, one that my mom and dad used every night. Its a shame people do not use teapots anymore.  This may be the only way we see them :(

I used them all the time back when I was in school and had the late nights studying.  I don't drink coffee, so I drank all kinds of tea to get through the long days and nights.  There was almost always a pot of hot tea on my desk in those days.

 

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Barbara replied on Tue, Jan 15 2013 10:17 PM

to late Beth ,my radar was going off... it is a beautiful quilt .  Barbara

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Barbara replied on Tue, Jan 15 2013 10:18 PM

Judy T-Bellingham:

It could be, I don't know where the woman in my guild got her pattern. I didn't have a chance to ask her about it. I just know I want to make something similar and have started a Teapot  project file in EQ7. 

 

Judy ,those aare Kay Mackinsey  teapots ,I recoginze many of the patterns .. Its from her first teapot  book . Barbara

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Barbara:
Judy ,those aare Kay Mackinsey  teapots ,I recoginze many of the patterns .. Its from her first teapot  book . Barbara

 

Yes, I have her book and CD. It's one of those projects I keep coming back to but have never actually done. Except I did make a few potholders out of her teapot patterns.


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Donna B replied on Tue, Jan 15 2013 11:06 PM

Judy T-Bellingham:

Spudgrandma:
I have a couple of actual teapots, one that my mom and dad used every night. Its a shame people do not use teapots anymore

 

Isn't it the truth Spud.  Another one of those wonderful things that is fading into the past.  

Don't speak too fast here...I have 3 in the cupboard behind me and as a tea drinker I use them fairly regularly!

Francis, where are you???  The quilting tea drinkers need to stick together!!!

 

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Nana replied on Wed, Jan 16 2013 12:04 PM

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I remember you making a teapot pot holder at the first Leavenworth retreat.  It was so pretty.

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Agnes replied on Wed, Jan 16 2013 1:05 PM

Donna B:
 The quilting tea drinkers need to stick together!!!

Donna--Let's banish the thought that teapots are no longer used. This little baby gets heated up with fresh tea two. three or even sometimes four times a day. I don't touch any other hot drinks but teas are an entirely different matter. I have close to 30 different teas, a variety of flavored regular and green teas but mostly herbals.

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