Clever Quilted Teapot Pouch is So Much Fun

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Great Gift for Tea and Coffee Lovers!

We love how creative and whimsical this fabric pouch is. The pattern by Patchwork Pottery is for sewing a quilted pouch in the shape of a teapot. In our eyes, it also could be an old fashioned coffee pot. Either way it’s a fun project that would make great gifts.





Teapot Pouch Pattern
Use the pouch to protect your glasses, store a few pens and pencils, take along some sewing supplies and for anything else you can think of.

You can even add a key ring clip to the ribbon loop and attach it to your bag.

Teapot Pouch Pattern

Think how much fun you’ll have choosing fabrics for this project! Dig into your fabric scraps and stash. You surely have fabrics you love already in hand that would make a darling patchwork teapot or coffee pot pouch!

Teapot Pouch Pattern

The finished fabric pouch is 4″ x 7″ (not including the handle and spout). It has a small zipper at the bottom to secure the contents.

The designer also has a pattern for cute tea cup and mug pouches, which you’ll find here. A set that includes a teapot and a tea cup or two will make a wonderful gift for someone special.

Click here to purchase the “Teapot Pouch” pattern.

 

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