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Thread: What to call these?

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    Take a look at these cute mats from cowgirl she made as presents. http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-79244-1.htm

    A suggestion was made to come up with a more fitting name. They are far too beautiful to relegate to mug rug status, not taking away either from the gorgeous projects that have been shared. As you can see, she coordinated the fabric to different vintage and colorful tea cups along with matching or other decorative spoons, adding lace trim and decorative stitching.

    I have a few ideas and wanted to see what you can come up with too.

    So, what do you think? Anything come to mind?

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    Victorian Tea Mats
    They are Beautiful!!

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    I think Victorian Tea Mats is perfect for those perfect mats!

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    wall hangings--wouldnt want to spill tea on them--love a quilt size one

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    Quote Originally Posted by susiequilt
    I think Victorian Tea Mats is perfect for those perfect mats!

    yes. Very elegant work needs a better name ;-) Those tea cups, that fabric...beautiful gifts.

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    I like Victorian Tea Mats, but I also like Victorian Tea Settings. They are so pretty!

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    I agree - Tea Mats! It is a classy name!

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    Gorgeous,may I join you for a tea party?

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    I agree, Victorian Tea Mats is very fitting. :-D :-D

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    I'd call these lovely. Very inviting for tea party members.

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    I came up with tea cup dainties.

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    Quilted Tea Doilies

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    Tea Party, Anyone?

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    tea cup dainties sounds good like quiltlovr said or tea mates. I like tea cosies, but I believe that is the name of the quilted item for the tea pot.

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    I'd call them gorgeous! Tea Party is a fitting name.

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