Make One Piece or Several!
Get out the good china for a tea party, whether with little people or your grownup friends. This fabric set is simply charming and will make a fun display, either separately or as a set. It also will be a fun gift for a teapot collector.
Choose between the teapot, tea cups and saucers, or make a complete set. Create all the pieces from the same fabric or make each one different from a pretty collection of scraps. Novelty fabrics are also fun.
Fusible interfacing and fusible batting provide some of the structure, while sew-in boning (found here) does the rest.
The pattern, from Ric Rac Sews, is for a finished teapot that is about 7″ tall and cups that are about 3″ high.
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