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Agnes replied on Wed, Jan 16 2013 1:06 PM

i was so busy defending actual tea drinkers that I missed saying what a lovely quilt that is.

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Joe replied on Wed, Jan 16 2013 3:24 PM

Agnes I like your window quilt or what the name in other thread. but I really came over to speak about teapots and such.

I'm an actual tea drinker. Testimony: my now wife's son, when <18 had tea with us, my custom mix in a handmade teapot. This Christmas, now 21, his only request was that I'd make tea for us as we used to have.

Tea matters.

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gini replied on Wed, Jan 16 2013 3:37 PM

Joe:
I'm an actual tea drinker.

 

as opposed to a virtual tea drinker, maybe?   

judy, that is a very cute quilt.

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gini:
judy, that is a very cute quilt.

 

Is is Gini, I thought the woman did a great job on the quilt. I like the fabrics and layout she used. Maybe this will be my project for the Oregon coast retreat in October.


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Joe replied on Wed, Jan 16 2013 4:05 PM

as opposed to them tea bag  people.

but nothing wrong with a pretend tea party either.

 

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Nana:

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

 

Oh, that's right. I had forgotten when I made it. As I remember it was a last minute thing to do in the final hour or so of the retreat.

 


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SoBuzy replied on Wed, Jan 16 2013 4:29 PM

Beautiful quilt!! 

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Joyce replied on Wed, Jan 16 2013 7:39 PM

Hi Agnes, you sound like my daughter she has just been turned onto tea of all kinds of flavors.  There is a new store (I think) and it is pretty expensive but she bought a set that had a small tea pot, for leaves she even took one to work.  I enjoy a cup of tea each am in my dainty china cup.  My friend years ago gave me a porcelain tea pot and a cup & saucer to match for special moments.

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Marie replied on Thu, Jan 17 2013 10:08 AM

Judy the teapot table topper is beautiful, love the applique flowers, nice touch.

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ls2116 replied on Thu, Jan 17 2013 11:39 AM

Prettyteapot quilt and cover!

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Thanks so much for posting a picture of the teapot quilt.  I love it.  Went to Amazon immediately  and ordered the Mackinsey book.  I can't wait for it to come.  I want to make it in memory of my Great Aunt Marie who always had a pot ot tea ready for me during graduate school when I wen to visit her.  kath

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Kathleen Johnston:
Went to Amazon immediately  and ordered the Mackinsey book.  I can't wait for it to come.  I want to make it in memory of my Great Aunt Marie

 

What a lovely idea. Quilts made with memories are the best kind of all.


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Linda replied on Thu, Jan 17 2013 12:43 PM

Judy, I love that teapot table topper. I have a weakness for teapots and teacups. I posted them either in my gallery or blog. And I just made my secret sister a teacut wall hanging.I almost didn't give it to her! The colors didn't go in my house. What was the name of that book it came from again?

 

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Linda

I don't know for sure what book the woman who made the quilt used. But the book I have is by Kay MacKenzie and it's called Teapots 2 to Applique. Her website is http://www.quiltpuppy.com/

Some of her books come with CDs which are really great. You can print the patterns off various sizes. 

 


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maryann replied on Sat, Jan 19 2013 2:52 PM

Oh boy another project for my bucket list.  Must do a table topper for somewone special's b'day. I love the tea pots  I put them at the top of next winters project.

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