Create a Lovely Teapot Trivet and Matching Coasters

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They’ll be Wonderful in Many Color Palettes!

Pretty patchwork pieces cut into shapes turn into a sweet teapot and matching teacup coasters. Choose fabric to match your decor (or tea set!) for lovely accent pieces to brighten your table.

This is an easy project to complete, and one you can finish quickly. The trivet and coasters are turned so there’s no binding to deal with.

Create a Lovely Teapot Trivet and Matching Coasters

The instructions, from ReFabulous, may need a bit of tweaking as the designer says:

“Let me state right here that I am NO quilter, of any kind, so please forgive my unmatched and imperfect seams. If you’re a quilter, I can only imagine the gorgeous pieced or quilted designs for the teapot and coasters you can come up with for this project!”

Regardless, she did a great job and we only noticed one spot where we might have changed the width of the seam allowance. She pressed her seams open which makes for a flatter trivet and coasters.

Also note that the pattern does not contain seam allowances. You’ll need to add them before you cut out the shapes.

Finished sizes are not provided but the pictures indicate that the trivet is just the right size for a teapot.

Click here for the free “DIY Teapot Trivet and Coasters” tutorial.


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