|Teapots Collection by Blank Quilting|
I received a small amount of a new collection of fabrics from Blank Quilting. These feature teapots from the personal collection of Diana Mancini, the Marketing Director for Blank. They are so beautiful and it's so much fun to see them in fabric. I took pictures of the companion fabrics yesterday and I wanted to get YOUR opinion of what sorts of things I should sew with them (yes, I can get more fabric!)
I want to appeal to the younger crowd, those who are new to sewing, don't have a lot of time to create things for their homes. I am thinking tea cozy (yawn?), table runner (what do you think?), kitchey things.
Visit Blank on their Facebook page to see other new collections. Patterns. Pretties. Fabric!
I love to see all the new things and the endless possibilities, don't you?
Here is a free pattern with a previous teapot print called Tea for Two.
|Tea for Two, free pattern in two colorways|
|Latest issue of Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks magazine|
2. A bundle of 6 fat quarters of these fabrics (after I get my main supply)
I must have your email for your chance to win. Leave a comment telling me your ideas about what to sew. It would be great if you were a follower (by "following" or email), but that's not necessary. Take a visit to Blank's Facebook page and like them (again, not a requirement, just go visit!)
The deadline is midnight Wednesday, December 5th.
In the meantime, here is a redraft of a Teapot from the Kansas City Star newspaper, 1935. It's appliqué and would be delightful in any type of fabrics, vintage or modern. We still drink tea, mind you!