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Thread: STARTING ANOTHER PP

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    Super Member mjsylvstr's Avatar
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    Am now a snowbird down here in Florida (not that it is warm) and finally got the machine out after all the family returned to their homes (back in cold Jersey)

    This is what I have been up to the last couple days. I have the teacups completed and the teapot..now have to go through the stash and find something for the border....one border is already together .... made from all the pieces of the cup and pot...

    It will have three borders and a piping........will check in later when it's completed.....just love this PP.....

    MaryJane

    I AM CALLING IT..."TEA FOR 9"
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    That is so cute. Great job.

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    Oh Mary Jane, I can't wait to see this finished!

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    I love the teapot fabric especially! is pp hard to do?

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    Looks wonderful Mary jane!

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    You have put some beautiful fabrics together there!

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    Oh, MJ, I really like this!!! The blues really speak to me!!!

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    This is really cool. Great Job!!

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    Very nice work. I like the blues too.

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    Very lovely!!

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    that is sooo gorgeous. How the heck did you manage to do something so quick??? It is only the 9th of the first month!!!!! I am still trying to find my feet. Have a great year . ciao

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    Lovely - great pp and choice of fabrics. Pls show when finished!

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    oh that is wonderful, i have a similar pattern and have always wanted to do it, it is calling to me again. Great job, can't wait to see it finished

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    great!

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    Cute. I like the teapot.

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    Sew cute.

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    OMG..........no one noticed............my "TEA FOR 9" is having a name change.

    It is now called............"TEAS FOR 8"

    How can one person work on something for three nights and then count them wrong? Well, I did.

    If nine ladies come for tea, I will have to use one old cup and saucer !!!!!!

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    Oh good. I could use a nice cup of something hot. Honey and lemon for me. Do you have any cookies?

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    This is so adorable. Did you draw these blocks?
    My DD and I both love tea sets.
    Apparently her youngest does too. I bought her one that steams and whistles and she loves it. :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltncrazy
    This is so adorable. Did you draw these blocks?
    My DD and I both love tea sets.
    Apparently her youngest does too. I bought her one that steams and whistles and she loves it. :-D
    quiltcrazy......... no, I am not that clever.....it is a one sheet of paper pattern..

    I did all those in three nights..and that was with a bit (a good bit) of pulling out some stitches. If you would like the pattern, I can copy it and I will copy the
    pp patterns for the cups and tea pot.

    If you want it, PM me with your address and I will send them out to you.

    MaryJane

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    I love that! Are you making it a table topper for teas? I really like it!

    Hugs,
    Sharon

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimisharon
    I love that! Are you making it a table topper for teas? I really like it!

    Hugs,
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    No, I just liked the pattern and really like pp, so I decided to make it.....the pattern is for a wall hanging. I guess if one wanted, they could make it into a
    tea-table-topper.
    The pattern makes it a 23"x25"...but another border or two (and an extra 1" on the sides) would give you a nice square cloth.

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    Very cute. Always wanted to make tea cups and pots.

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    Those are sew cute! Love the blues! Have to get at my pping.

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    I love your Tea set!!!

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