Colonial Collectibles Teacup Quilt PDF Pattern Paper Foundation Piecing
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PDF pattern for a paper foundation pieced and rotary cut wall hanging with three-dimensional hanging quilt.
Colonial Quilts was Savannah, Georgia’s first and longest-lasting quilt store. At its 20th anniversary, this quilt was designed in partnership with the longest owner Marcia D. Hammond. The traditional gift for the 20th anniversary is china! The small quilt is finished separately for a three-dimensional effect.
Wall Hanging finished size is approximately 16” x 23”.
The china teacup and plate can be finished separately to make a placemat-sized quilt (appx 9” x 11”).
PDF patterns includes block layout, quilt layout, all fabric requirements, sewing instructions, and quilting suggestions. Also includes How To Foundation Piece - a step-by-step tutorial that shows you the easy way to paper piece with color photos!
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The pattern may not be duplicated in any manner unless for your personal use. You may use this pattern to make and sell stockings at venues such as Etsy or craft fairs, as long as you are a small (one or two person) business. Please credit Sid’s In Stitches as the designer in your listing and promotional materials. Copyright for the design is retained by me.
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655 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
I made this book bag for my niece's 11th birthday. Turned out so cute! I jazzed up the outside with ribbon accent and "groovy" flowers. I guess tie-dye and 70s style is back in style.
Beautiful pattern and lovely designs. Thank you! 💛
Really easy to follow. Fabric glue did not work so I used shoe goo instead. I made the straps longer.
This pattern was extremely easy to follow! The pictures are great and the explanations are very helpful! Very impressed with this. I have almost finished my purse. The part that takes the longest is getting everything cut out and interfaced. The rest went very quickly!
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