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Teapot Cozy

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Author Cottage by the Pond
Price $8.00
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A tea cozy to keep your teapot hot for your second cup, and for tea parties to grace your table with charm. Our cozy is made with 100% cotton quilting fabric, lined with Pellon fleece to keep the warmth in, and has a fused raw-edge appliqued teapot on the front with decorative machine stitching all around.

Your finished teapot cozy will be approximately 13” wide x 9” high.

This ePattern is recommended for beginners and beyond.

You will receive one 9-page ePattern in PDF format, via email, that includes:
• materials list
• easy-to-follow step-by-step tutorial-style instructions heavily illustrated with full color photographs of the finished product and various steps in the process
• to-scale pattern pieces to print (no need to enlarge, just print and sew!)
• Think green! To save paper and ink, and to be good to the environment, we have provided a duplicate of the text only Instructions in this pattern at the end of the PDF file for you to print. You can refer to the illustrations online if you’d like (as printing in color on an inkjet printer can be costly).

*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.

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1 fat quarter of fabric for the background/front and back of cozy if non-directional design -OR- 1/2 yard fabric for back and front of cozy if using a directional design
1 - 8" x 7" fabric piece for body of teapot and teapot lid
Small scraps of contrasting print for handle, spout, knob, top and bottom rims (this is a good project for raiding your scrap bag!)
1 - 6" x 4" scrap with floral or other pictorial motif of choice for center design on teapot (see note below on “Fussy Cutting”)
1 fat quarter of muslin for lining -OR- 1 fat quarter of coordinating print instead, if desired
1 - 2 1/2" x 30" strip of fabric for bottom binding
1/4 yard Pellon Wonder-Under fusible webbing, or your favorite brand
2 - 11” x 15” pieces of thin cotton batting like Warm & White or your favorite brand (your choice: fusible or sew-in)

Plus basic sewing supplies such as: sewing machine, ruler, cutting mat, rotary cutter, scissors, thread, iron, walking foot, etc.

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